Amritsar (Punjab) [India], Feb.28 : Looking for a place to stay in Amritsar, the city of the famous Golden temple, then look no further than reputed real estate developers, the Horizon Buildcon Group.
Jeevesh Sabharwal, Managing Director of the Horizon Group, said, "Horizon Group has begun a construction project of super luxury apartments/flats in three categories equi-distant from key and popular locations in Amritsar such as the Golden Temple and the Durgiana Sahib shrine (2.8 kilometers), Jallianwala Bagh (2.7 kilometers) and Gurudwara Shaeedan Sahib (1.9 kilometers).
The Amritsar Airport is conveniently just 14 kilometers from the project site, while the railway station is located at a distance of 4.6 kilometers.
"This real estate project will soon be a self-sustaining, ready-to-move-in township, having several options such as academic and healthcare facilities, hotels, access to transit hubs, access to Amritsar's largest mall and others," said Jeevesh Sabharwal.
Naresh Sabharwal, Chairman of the Horizon Group, said, "We are delighted to announce the launch of our uber-rich luxury residential project. This project is one of the best offerings from the group. Customer satisfaction is one of the main aspects of our group and we are committed to deliver beyond customer satisfaction."
In terms of comfort and security, Horizon Buildcon is offering corner facing two BR, four BR and four BR Penthouse accommodations for optimum ventilation and sunlight, 24x7 security, fire fighting systems, power back up and a well-designed and equipped club house.
The Horizon Group has committed to provide state-of-the-art internal specifications, including vitrified tiles with borders, laminated wooden flooring in bedrooms, walls with acrylic or emulsion paint finishing, OBD with designer highlight wall, flush doors with melamine wooden polish or designer paint finish, anti-skid ceramic tiling for toilets and kitchen flooring, MARC bathroom fittings, modular electric fittings, lift, lobby and stairs.
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