The company bagged the 'Best Integrated Township of the Year' for the Chennai Egattur - OMR Township and was awarded the 'Best Residential Building for Hill Crest' - Bannerghatta Road, Bengaluru at Times Network's National Awards for Marketing Excellence in Mumbai recently.
The mixed-use integrated townships built by us in Chennai, Bengaluru & Mumbai have been recognized by various institutions, the recognition here is yet another testimony of our projects being best in class in their respective cities.
The award-winning integrated community at Egattur, Chennai spread over 120 acres provides a holistic living experience for the residents that offers a healthy balance between work and leisure. It is one of the most sought after luxury residential townships in Chennai. Apart from the scenic views of the Bay of Bengal, the quality of living here along with world class amenities has made it a preferred choice for home buyers.
"Our township is an amalgamation of excellence, solace, and style that provides a taste of luxury living to consumers. We are extremely happy to receive this award. It will strengthen our commitment to create more landmark projects across the country," said VP - Marketing & Sales, House of Hiranandani, Prashant Mirkar.
Similarly, Hill Crest at Bannerghatta is set within a tranquil lakeside sanctuary offering stunning views of the city. It is an architectural marvel in the community having large 3 BHK apartments. Adorned with neo-classical architecture and spacious facades, the homes here are designed to complement your lifestyle. The township here offers a holistic life nestled in modern luxuries.
"Both our projects in Bangalore and Chennai are marquee projects which showcase HOH as an epitome of excellence in luxury living. It has always been our endeavor to give superior quality products to our consumers. Such accolades are a reminder of the efforts and innovation we inculcate in our projects which set them a class apart," concluded Mirkar.
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