Lodha Chandresh Avenue is a renowned housing venture of Lodha Group positioned in Dombivli East, Mumbai. This project offers a well-equipped range of flats, it's a residential venture that is entirely set to define what life should be similar to luxury space. Lodha Chandresh Avenue carries to you luxury place in Mumbai filled with a number of comforts, it will mark your standard more enjoyable and raise elegance, Lodha Chandresh Avenue also offering healthy & comfortable lifestyle, the property has been designed considering every needs of yours in mind. In this residential project all facilities are available, like pool, tennis court, gymnasium, Party hall, sports facility, kids play area, jogger track, safety and electricity back up. Without compromising your living style you can relish your life here to create a memory moments with your families and friends. Lodha Chandresh Avenue offers 1 BHK apartments of different sizes, sizes included in these houses ranges between 550 to 550 separately. Lodha Chandresh Avenue is right now in Ready To Move In stage.
Established in 1980, privately held Lodha Group is India's No 1 real estate developer and amongst the world's select multinational real estate developers with presence in India and the United Kingdom.The Group is currently developing an estimated 43 million sq ft of prime real estate with the largest land reserves in MMR, and has 28 ongoing projects across London, Mumbai, Pune and Hyderabad. The Lodha Group has several landmark developments to its credit including World One - the world's tallest residential tower, and Palava City - the largest private development in the world. The group has brought some of the top global names including Armani/Casa, Trump, Philip Starck, Jade Jagger, Greg Norman and Pei Cobb Freed to India. The Group has recorded the biggest land deal in India till date, buying a plot for INR 4,053 Cr from the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) in 2010, where it is developing New Cuffe Parade, a world-class mixed use development set to become the new city centre of Mumbai.