House of Hiranandani: Altering the Ethos & Aesthetics of Luxury Living

Surendra Hiranandani, Founder & MD
Surendra Hiranandani,Founder& MD

As policy reforms usher in increased transparency and accountability in the economy, the Indian real estate industry has been witnessing higher investor confidence in the past few months. “Especially post RERA, there is consolidation happening in the industry and only established players with strong financial and execution capabilities will remain in the future. This makes it a win-win situation for the buyers. Additionally, as the rupee depreciates, NRIs are presented with a very attractive proposition to purchase property at cheaper rates in India,” explains Surendra Hiranandani, Founder & MD, House of Hiranandani, one of India’s premier real estate organizations. Known for developing well-planned, chic, future-ready & integrated communities, House of Hiranandani has been the company of choice for NRIs and domestic home buyers alike since its very inception. With its coveted projects across Mumbai, Bengaluru, Chennai and Hyderabad seeing steady demand, the organization has been instrumental in altering the ethos and aesthetics of real estate in India.

Redefining Luxury Living
As the concept of luxury living evolves, the Indian real estate market is striving to give more emphasis to developing projects with the ‘X Factor’ which goes beyond the four walls of the house and extends to the landscape and the ancillary services offered. Having mastered this very art,
every House of Hiranandani project lays emphasis on the quality of materials used, the structure’s robustness, public-private common spaces or the surrounding ambience which would render a project its distinct identity.

"Every House of Hiranandani project lays emphasis on the quality of materials used, the structure’s robustness, public-private common spaces or the surrounding ambience"

Rendering emphasis on structural designs and architectural landscape, the realty specialist meticulously plans such neo-classical architectural marvels nestled amidst cities. Executing traditional designs with a contemporary outlook, every House of Hiranandani project is a perfect blend of smart design, quality workmanship, attention to detail and modern infrastructure systems being flawlessly executed.

Bayview - One-of-a-Kind Self-Sustained Ecosystem at Egattur
A defining trend to have impacted the Indian real estate sector in a massive way is the concept of integrated communities. Staying ahead of the trend, House of Hiranandani is transforming suburban sprawls of land into well-planned urban communities through its environment friendly concept of New Urbanism. With the objective of inculcating a sense of fine living, the forward looking organization is developing a self-sustained ecosystem at Egattur, Tamil Nadu. Spread over 120 acres and providing a holistic living experience to its coustomers, the project is strategically located on Old Mahabalipuram Road, opposite the SIPCOT IT Park.

Apart from being a boon for working professionals, the project also provides unrestricted views of the Bay of Bengal from the apartments making it one of the most sought after luxury residential projects in Chennai. Built with systems efficient at preserving,
storing and recycling naturalresources, the Egattur project is designed with the aim of creating a zero-waste ecosystem and is efficient to be self-sustained. The project includes a world class education institution that is designed keeping in mind the ideology and objective of fostering holistic growth and learning for the children, a retail supermarket along with a state-of-the art clubhouse, Blue Turtle with fully equipped gym, swimming pool, salon & spa, yoga, aerobics center, and jogging tracks. The project also houses a healthy mix of indoor(badminton & squash courts,snooker& pool room, table tennis and others)and outdoor sports facilities apart from a multi-cuisine restaurant in the club.

Eco Friendly Abodes
Pioneers in going green, House of Hiranandani was the first developer to install treatment plants to use recycled water in all its projects since 1989. Putting an emphasis on economizing natural resources and creating zero-waste ecosystems, the company ensures the inclusion of measures such as rain water harvesting, sewage treatment plants, solar panels and light reflecting windows in all its projects. Additionally, the company has also introduced LED street lighting for public areas and installed the highly energy-efficient gearless variable frequency drive elevators. With stellar projects that combine elegant design with robustness, durability and environment friendliness, House of Hiranandani harbours trust amongst all stakeholders.