Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Sachin Kulkarni, of Vastushodh Projects, to announce satellite townships of 1 RK, 1 BHK & 2 BHK Flats in the budget range of Rs. 3 to 9 lakhs

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Oh! What an exciting day!!

Today, my dear friend, Sachin Kulkarni is meeting press to announce his plans to develop" well planned" townships of 1 Room Kitchen, 1 BHK, 2 BHK Flats in the budget range of Rs. 3 to 9 lakhs in the satellite towns of Pune.

He is launching his first township of more than 700 flats in Yavat, 35 Klms form Magarpatta City on Pune Solapur Highway.


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Sachinsaheb, i call him "saheb" sometimes out of habit but mostly out of admiration, i am proud of you!

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5 comments:

  1. Ravi Karandeekar looks like RajKumar Santoshi!

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  2. Hello,
    I am curious about this concept of "Satellite township". What is this concept ...after all..!!
    Ravi , can you put some light or your views may be … on these kind of new "Satellite” townships coming up around pune ..... What are the target customers .. how its convenient for people in pune to travel 35 kms everyday .. etc.

    thanks

    Amol karandikar

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  3. Ref: "Ravi Karandeekar looks like RajKumar Santoshi!"

    Thanks for the complement!

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  4. Ref: ""Satellite township".

    Small urban development in the small village near a big city.

    For the local people, residents of the town, here Yavat, who mostly depend / deal with the urbanized city, here Pune.

    Ref: "how its convenient for people in pune to travel 35 kms everyday .. etc."

    We are talking about people of Yavat. Not people of Pune. For example we are talking about 900 people of Yavat who take a train to Pune.

    However, if living conditions are good people in the cities, for example in Mumbai, often shift to suburbs.

    Here we are talking about people who's income is 5,000 to 10,000 rs. , don't pay income tax, don't have a salary slip or even a bank account.

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  5. ok ... thanks for information....

    good to know this new concept...

    regards,

    Amol karandikar

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