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We have sold 50% of Mumbai inventory: Puravankara CEO Abhishek Kapoor

We are looking at launching about 16 million sq ft in the market and in the first phase, we will typically launch about six million

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Real Estate  | Puravankara Projects | Puravankara

Raghavendra Kamath 



From launch to completion, generally, any project will see an appreciation of between 50 to 60% from the launch price
Abhishek Kapoor, executive director (ED) and chief executive officer (CEO), Puravankara

Bengaluru-based property developer is looking to roll out new projects in Bengaluru, Mumbai and other cities. Abhishek Kapoor, executive director (ED) and chief executive officer (CEO), discusses the impact of rising interest rates and slowdown in the IT sector on the property market, in an interview with Raghavendra Kamath.

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First Published: Wed, September 28 2022. 23:19 IST

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