Oriana, an ideal luxurious abode

The continuous springing up of residential complexes in Mumbai metropolis has acted as a catalyst to the changing economics of this city. As income is going up, people are increasingly seeking to invest or own not just a flat but a gamut of facilities required for a wholesome convenience.

Rustomjee Oriana, located in Bandra Kurla Complex Annexe, Mumbai, is one such ambitious project of lavish homes. Equipped with 3 and 4 bedroom hall kitchen flats, Oriana also has embellishments like swimming pool, landscaped gardens, clubhouse, gymnasium and a squash court.

Giving it a special touch, the 21 storied building is designed by architect Sanjay Puri and the interiors of flats are designed by Mahesh Punjabi, which makes it a must have for affluent home buyers.

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Times Property: At the pinnacle of the luxury market

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Historically, Mumbai has not just been the financial capital of India but also the’luxury capital’ of the country.

Mumbai’s strong real estate market fundamentals are reflected in all segments, from office space and luxury retail, to luxury housing. Although the port city is constrained for space, it continues to dominate other property markets across India and remains the first choice for luxury brands, film stars, multinational and global conglomerates.

Mid-Day Hot Property: A strategic location

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MMRDA plans to decongest the business district of South Mumbai by substituting it with a planned commercial complex at BKC which is one of the best property investment in Mumbai.

Some of the leading builders have recognised the potential of BKC and is introducing apartment in Bandra which offer 3 Bhk Flats in Mumbai with state-of-the-art projects in the vicinity. They include Piramal Sunteck Realty, Rustomjee, Kalpataru and many more.

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Times Property: Close to nature

Times Property - Close to nature

Times Property – Close to nature

Goregaon has immense potential and is on its way to becoming a destination of choice for discerning Mumbaikars.

Assessing the potential of Goregaon, at an early stage, Rustomjee provided world-class facilities starting from ample car parks, a large green podium with amenities like clubhouse, play-zones, water bodies etc for the benefit of the residents at Rustomjee Ozone.

The Sunday Indian: Jealously green?

Rustomjee Elanza, Malad

Rustomjee Elanza, Malad

The commercial and residential sectors constitute the major markets for the real estate industry in India. These sectors also consume a lot of energy and contribute significantly to greenhouse gas emissions. As per an official draft (Modern Building Bylaws for Construction of Green Buildings) by the Town and Country Planning Organisation, Government of India, “In a typical residential building in India, approximately 60 per cent of the total electricity is consumed for lights, 32 per cent for air conditioning and 8 per cent for refrigeration.” Considering this, it’s a no-brainer that if investment were not an issue then there’s no reason that any building should shy away from the green option.

Notwithstanding the ECBC, there are certain top builders who believe that the process of constructing green buildings commences at the site selection and the design level itself. Reasons Boman Irani, Chairman and Managing Director, Rustomjee Developers, “The windows and the doors must be placed in the manner that they cut direct sunlight to reduce heat gain, while letting the rooms get enough air flow through cross ventilation. The site’s closeness to the public transport system too is reckoned, which helps in reducing the dependence on private vehicles that contribute to the carbon emission.” Apparently, post designing, construction material must be procured within the vicinity and must be compliant to the principles of re-use. Instead of bricks, fly-ash concrete blocks for building purposes should be used.

Read more: Jealously green?

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Business Standard: Luxury real estate sees growth for third quarter

Rustomjee Elements, Upper Juhu

Rustomjee Elements, Upper Juhu

Luxury real estate, that remained muted in the first half of 2012, picked up demand third quarter on, according to consultants and analysts. The industry describes projects priced beyond Rs 5 crore in Delhi and the National Capital Region region as luxury, but the benchmark is Rs 10 crore for Mumbai.

Data from Propequity, a real estate advisory and consulting firm, shows a 68 per cent decline in the absorption of the luxury units in the first quarter of 2012, compared with the same quarter in 2011. In the second quarter, the rate of decline was 22 per cent, and was down to just three per cent in the third quarter.

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Times of India: Guidelines for successful redevelopment

Rustomjee Oriana

Rustomjee Oriana

Keeping in mind the need for space, better and modern amenities, Rustomjee has undertaken various redevelopment projects successfully and continues to do so.
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Mumbai Property Exchange: Luxury redefined in the Indian Realty Industry

Prominent developers like Rustomjee, are focusing on bringing home contemporary architecture with all implied sustainability aspects and global features that include luxury spaces and services.

Commenting on this trend catching up in the Indian realty industry, Mr. Boman Rustom Irani, CMD, Rustomjee, says that there is a perceived growth of about 20 – 25% this year in the luxury market as every individual wants to upgrade their lifestyle.

Rustomjee has launched Elements, which has 150 high-end apartments of 4 and 5 BHKs in Upper Juhu. The essence of the offering is that while it is located at one of the best locations, it also offers what individual plots in Juhu can’t offer.

Read the article here: Luxury redefined in the Indian Realty Industry

Magicbricks.com: Demand for luxury housing grows in Mumbai

Over the last decade, lifestyle has evolved as an important and often decisive factor in the Indian realty industry. For an increasing number of Mumbaikars today, the focus of home buying has shifted from functionality and inflexible budgets to homes that have high levels of a lifestyle quotient attached to them.

Rustomjee has launched Elements, which has 150 high-end apartments of 4 and 5 BHKs in Upper Juhu. The essence of the offering is that while it is located at one of the best locations, it also offers what individual plots in Juhu can’t offer.

In Juhu, plots are around 800 – 1000 meters at best. But, we are developing 20,000 meters of plot that will provide residents with all forms of comfort which a normal Juhu complex wouldn’t be able to provide.

Read more: Demand for luxury housing grows in Mumbai

Elita – ‘The Chosen One’


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Elita’, which in Latin means ‘The Chosen One’, is jointly developed by Rustomjee and K. Hemani. This property in juhu is a 14 storied residential tower offering 2 BHK, 3BHK and 4 BHK homes with 4 levels of parking for the … Continue reading