Udupi: Foundation stone laid for NN Infrastructure Developers' 'Royal Paradise'


Daijiworld Media Network – Udupi (KR)

Udupi, Apr 6: The foundation stone was laid for 'Royal Paradise', the second project of NN Infrastructure Developers in the fastest growing city of Brahmavar on Monday April 5.

Peter and Evet D’Souza, parents of Neyons D’Souza, laid the foundation stone for the prestigious project while Fr Victor Fernandes blessed the project. Meera Sadananda Poojary, president, Chanthar gram panchayat and Laxmi Rao vice president, Chanthar gram panchayat unveiled the brochure of the Project.

Fr David Crasta, Mildred D’Souza, Nishan D’Souza, Ashok Tauro, Gopal Bhat, structural consultant, Karthik Hebbar, architect and Ravi Prakash Gonsalves were present.

Recently, Neyons D’Souza, who is a civil engineer by profession, successfully completed his maiden project, 'Valentine Residency', near Mahesh Hospital in Brahmavar. With their top-notch quality of construction, NN Developers have made a name in Brahmavar in a short period of time.

Neyons assured that his second project Royal Paradise will have the same quality of construction for which NN Developers is known for.

For a period of seven days, a special offer is available on the launch of the project and given that the festival of Ugadi is around the corner.

About Royal Paradise

Royal Paradise coming up near the Sub Registrar office, Brahmavar and is a RERA approved project. The project is situated at the heart of Brahmavar and is close proximity to supermarkets, bus stand, hospital, church, temple etc.

Royal Paradise is a residential apartment with modern amenities, located in a prime residential area. A four-storey building, consisting of 1, 2 and 3 BHK apartments ranging from 689 sq ft to 1,640 sq ft. All the apartments are Vastu compliant and will be built with excellent quality and by an experienced team.

The building has RCC framed structures, solid block masonry for internal walls and laterite for external walls. The main door is teak wood, while the flooring is good quality vitrified tiles. The flats have aluminium windows with a safety grill. There is a stilt car parking facility and the elevator has an eight-passenger capacity. There is good provision for light and ventilation and the building has CCTV with 24 hours security, there is also a generator for power backup. The terrace is covered with a roof to accommodate a small party area. The building has reticulated gas connections, a beautiful lobby, and an intercom facility for every apartment.


For bookings, contact:

NN Infrastructure Developers
Holy Family Complex,
Brahmavar-Hebri Road,
Brahmavar

Ph: 97414 70799 / 94484 71127

 

 

 

  

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  • Ben D'Souza Prabhu, Mangalore, Bombay Bandra now in Canada

    Wed, Apr 07 2021

    In the year 1958 we too had the same experience in Bandra, Bombay (now Mumbai). A Housing Society was formed, we lived happily for over 60 good years. Now I have chosen to come to Canada for good because of my children. My friends who still live there are in constant touch with me. So it is good to be with good relatives and also friends in the building you are going to occupy. Good to know that the Builder, Neyons, is going to errect a good appartment for the people aspiring for good accommodation. God will Bless you all. Keep good relation- ship with Builder(s). Carry on with goodwill. The Risen Lord will surely Bless you all.

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  • Zameer Ahmed, Al Khobar/ Saudi Arabia

    Tue, Apr 06 2021

    Congratulations Neyons and Family. Wishing Successful Completion.

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