Homes with a View – E Tower, Rustomjee Urbania

A part of the astounding Azziano at the Rustomjee Urbania, Majiwada, the E Tower is a delight for all residents. The one unusual aspect of the tower, which boasts of 2BHK apartments, is the balcony which is a part of every home. The balcony not only adds to the charm of the façade of the tower but is a feature that is fast fading from most modern architecture.

Balconies offer the residents excellent views from both sides of the tower and one can see lush green landscapes, mangroves and gardens of Rustomjee Urbania. Many people prefer homes with balconies as they offer them a small niche which is part of and yet disconnected from the rest of the home – a place for quiet contemplation, curling up with a book or just enjoying the freedom of being high up in open spaces. For the more pragmatic, the balcony is an additional utility space where they can have a small storage unit or set up a breakfast nook.

Other than the special feature of a balcony, the E Tower residents will also enjoy fabulous amenities at the podium level that take care of all their requirements – of fitness or entertainment – these include the gymnasium, mini golf, indoor play area, alfresco dining, mini theatre, business centre, box cricket, basketball, senior citizen’s relaxation area among others.

Moreover, Rustomjee Urbania is presenting an exclusive offer for the E Tower – a special moratorium payment plan – giving customers the ease of payment. Thus, upon booking a home at the E Tower, buyers would not pay any EMI till 18 months or possession whichever is earlier.

The Rustomjee Urbania township also has sterling facilities aimed at making the lives of residents, especially those with young children, a lot easier. Here one has an IGCSE school, Leon’s World Centre for Holistic Learning and Development and regular events and festivals organized for the resident’s delight, all in the setting of pristine green environs.

Moreover, the township is not only a self-sufficient entity but is strategically located so that residents find ease of commute and living. It is just off the Eastern Expressway, approximately 4.7 kms away from Thane station and about 8 kms from Airoli. In addition, there are several corporate parks in the vicinity as well as hypermarkets and shopping malls like Korum and Viviana.

Percy S. Chowdhry, Director, Rustomjee Group, commented “I would say that if Azziano is the crown of Rustomjee Urbania, the E Tower is the jewel in it. We have incorporated and brought back the concept of the balcony to new age living. We are sure the residents will find the idea of spending time on the balcony, enjoying the wonderful sprawling views, a real stress buster.”

Actual Image of Azziano,Rustomjee Urbania

About Rustomjee Urbania:
Located in Majiwada, Thane (W), Rustomjee Urbania caters to almost every need of a resident. It is the only township in Thane (W) that has received Pre-Gold Rating from IGBC (Indian Green Building Certificate) and is probably one of the most awarded township projects in India.

Rustomjee Urbania houses the Rustomjee Cambridge International School, a renowned IGCSE school, with facilities that encourage academic, athletic and cultural development of kids, with branches in Dahisar, Virar, and Thane. Our Dahisar School is ranked among the top 10 schools in Maharashtra and top 18 in India. Focusing on a skills-based learning program and with emphasis on creative and practical approach, it features among the top 3 when it comes to highest world toppers and India toppers. Our Thane School houses 78 classrooms, a grand amphitheatre, a library, dance and music rooms, well-equipped laboratories, six large multipurpose halls, and a canteen facility for students and staff members. It’s safe to say that with school this close by; forgotten notebooks are little cause of panic, and PTA meetings, no excuse to skip work.

Rustomjee Urbania also houses ‘Leon’s World Centre for Holistic Learning and Development’ which is a space developed in consultation with experts to provide children a stimulating environment. It caters to different aspects of growth and development. Mentors present at the center guide children in exploring various fields including arts, mathematics and science and language through play way learning methods. The centre regularly hosts the staging of plays, ‘open mic’ and cultural activities to get children to explore their rich heritage and unplug from the gadget syndrome. So far, the children have enjoyed watching The Legend of Lachit, Ramleela, Wizard from Far West, The Twisted Tale of Beauty and the Beast amongst other plays. They are also introduced to Indian festivals and culture as well as other cultures through fun initiatives like Ravan Dahan and Halloween Party. In the past two years, Rustomjee Urbania has also organized activities such as a Summer Fest, Adventure Carnival, Urban Farm Fest, among other monthly workshops that encourage children and parents to come together and spend quality time.

A sizeable part of the township has green spaces with several trees and a sewage treatment plant which recycles used water for gardening, washing and sanitary purposes. With a view to being environment friendly, systems have been installed to harvest rain water; light reflecting windows help save energy and natural resources.

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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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