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Campa Cola No water, power, but fight to save houses continues

Jul 01, 2014

Campa Cola No water, power, but fight to save houses continues

At Campa Cola compound, some have moved out but continue to visit everyday, determined to make their presence felt in the building and in spite of the threat of a contempt petition. #Supreme Court #ConnectTheDots #Mumbai #BMC #Mumbai Real Estate #Worli #Illegal construction #Illegal buildings #Campa Cola
Mumbai Historic Bhabha bungalow on Malabar Hill sold for Rs 372 cr

Jun 19, 2014

Mumbai Historic Bhabha bungalow on Malabar Hill sold for Rs 372 cr

Those opposing the sale of the Bhabha residence may be comforted by the fact that the new owners have promised not to tear down the structure. #NewsTracker #Prithviraj Chavan #Tata #Maharashtra #Malabar Hill #Mumbai Real Estate #NCPA #Homi Bhabha #BARC #scientist #Jamshed Bhabha #TIFR
Mumbai's unsold flats at all-time high of 1.3 lakh All you need to know

Nov 27, 2013

Mumbai's unsold flats at all-time high of 1.3 lakh All you need to know

If you thought 2014 would provide a silver lining for Mumbai's residential situation, here's a reality check for you: 2014 will not be better but worse as the number of unsold flats in ready as well as under-construction projects has reached an all-time high 130,000. #Mumbai #Mumbai Real Estate #Property Market #Real estate #Residential market
Citi India puts old Mumbai HQ on the block, deal likely to fetch Rs 300 cr

Nov 23, 2013

Citi India puts old Mumbai HQ on the block, deal likely to fetch Rs 300 cr

The property is located in the premium business district Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC) and has a total office space of about 1 lakh square feet, which would fetch the group Rs 30,000 per sq. ft. #Mumbai Real Estate #Citi India #Commercial Real Estate #Citi Centre

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Why Mumbai real estate rates will continue to be stable

May 13, 2013

Why Mumbai real estate rates will continue to be stable

Over the last four years, property valuations in the financial capital have increased by an average of 66 percent. All 'expert' predictions of an imminent correction over the last three years have proved to be wrong. #WhyNow #Thane #Navi Mumbai #Mumbai Real Estate
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