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Signature Global to invest Rs 500 cr in 2 new housing projects in Gurugram

In the last six years, Signature Global has launched more than 20 housing projects in Gurugram

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Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

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The selling prices of the units start from over Rs 23 lakh

Realty firm will invest over Rs 500 crore during the next four years to develop two new affordable housing projects in Gurugram, Haryana, a top company official said.

The two projects, comprising around 2,400 units, will be developed under the Haryana government's affordable housing policy.

"We are launching two new affordable housing projects in We will construct around 2400 units," Founder and Chairman Pradeep Aggarwal told PTI.

The demand for affordable homes remains intact despite the COVID-19 pandemic, he said.

Asked about the project cost, Aggarwal said the company would invest over Rs 500 crore on the development of these two projects.

The project 'Superbia' in Sector 95 is spread over 7.3 acre and will have 1,061 units, while the 9.1-acre project 'The Millennia 3' in Sector 37D is in joint venture with the land owner and comprises of 1,322 units.

The selling prices of the units start from over Rs 23 lakh.

Aggarwal said the company will fund these two projects from internal accruals. The company currently has a debt of around Rs 600 crore.

In the last six years, Signature Global, which is mainly into affordable homes, has launched more than 20 housing projects in Gurugram, Sohna and Karnal (Haryana). It has delivered three housing projects.

The company has also launched commercial projects, including a shopping mall, in Vaishali and Ghaziabad (Uttar Pradesh), comprising over 7.5 lakh square feet area.

The government is promoting affordable housing in a big way by charging only 1 per cent GST and providing interest subsidy under the Credit Linked Subsidy Scheme.

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First Published: Wed, November 11 2020. 16:43 IST