Rustomjee hosts a Single malt appreciation extravaganza at their upcoming luxurious project – Rustomjee Elements

Rustomjee Group on 9th July, 2016 hosted a Single malt appreciation event at its upcoming luxurious project located in the heart of Juhu, Rustomjee Elements. This was an exclusive gathering of HNIs from the corporate fraternity where existing customers of Rustomjee were also invited. The gathering was hosted by Nikhil Agarwal of All Things Nice, which is a platform for knowledge of luxury spirits and gourmet food.


Rustomjee has ensured that its gated communities make space for customers to relive their forgotten interests and spend quality time with friends and family. This event truly brought the ‘My Space’ concept to life, with like minded people and fine spirits. The evening boasted luxe whiskies such as the JW Blue Label, Springbank 18 YO, Glenfiddich 18 YO and Monkey Shoulder to name just a few.


Spread over 3 acres in Juhu, Rustomjee Elements is the only gated community in the area and boasts of spacious limited edition luxury apartments fringing a landscaped courtyard, complete with water bodies, pathways and tropical softscapes. The avant garde concept design by renowned Hong Kong-based architect James Law Cybertecture, is poised to become a 21st century contemporary landmark in the premium locality of Juhu.


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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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