#UrbaniaSummerFest: An evening where kids joyfully played amidst open spaces

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Thane, the rapidly developing suburb of Mumbai, witnessed its first summer street festival, Friday,1st May 2015 with more than 1700 parents and children turning out to enjoy some traditional summer time.
Held by Rustomjee developers in their township ‘Urbania’, the Urbania Summer Street Fest was open for all parents to bond with their children over a session of life size board games, choreographed dances, chalk art, pottery, story-telling sessions and good food!

Keeping with the trend, selfie zones like ‘The Memory Maker’ were full of funky props for people to get creative with. These engaging sessions were punctuated by performances like a street play on friendship, a flash mob of young and old, drum circle, cycle race and a drawing competition for kids where winners got a cycle from Firefox.
For Rustomjee, who is known to develop child friendly spaces, this is another step in providing a holistic living experience for families. Here are some lovely moments from the event.

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The event wrapped up with a lot of excitement and the kids took away some fond memories with them :)

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About Rustomjee Spaces

At Rustomjee, we have been creating vibrant living spaces since 1996. Today we are considered among the foremost real estate developers in the country. We attribute this success to our unflinching commitment to adhering to the highest quality standards, and consistency in delivery schedules. Till date, we have launched, completed and delivered many state-of-the-art residential complexes, premium homes and impressive commercial facilities. While at it, we have ensured that nature reflects in every space that we create. In fact ever since our first property was built, we have planted over a hundred trees for every constructed building. This is our way of returning to nature what we've taken from her.

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