Amrapali Group emerges as India’s leading real estate developer

India has a much diversified market segment when it comes to real estate industry. There are those consumers for whom having their own house is a necessity. They are running on string-tight budget and prefer affordable housings. Then there is a segment of consumers for whom having a house is more than a need. For them, it’s a way of living; a bundle of luxury, conveniences and comfort. Catering to all the verticals of consumers is one real estate group in India- Amrapali Group. The group has been credited with largest number of affordable housing projects in India and has also completed various high-end luxurious products.

Dr. Anil Kumar Sharma the CMD of Amrapali Group says that Amrapali Group is expected to witness the highest demand across mid and high end segment units in Noida and greater Noida region. Today, Amrapali group is synonymous with commitment in quality and has more than 50 projects in 24 cities across all over India. They have been using various marketing activities along with attractive discounts for the buyers. The Amrapali Group has built residences in Noida,Greater Noida, Gurgaon, Jaipur, Indore, Kochi, Nagpur, Lucknow and Bihar.

Dr. Anil Kumar says that government should implement polices at the earliest to create a level playing field for the developers of various sizes. Government officials have been doing a good job and we are quite pleased by the initiatives taken up by them on both commercial and CSR front. The collective vision is to create twin cities as the most preferred location for home buyers and within due course of time and efforts of developers like us, the vision is now seeing the light of the day.” Amrapali Group is one of the largest developers of housing in Noida and Greater Noida region and they have set eyes on the delivery of over 30,000 units in near future.

They have already delivered more than 11,000 housing units. Amrapali Group is confident of delivering because it owns Asia’s largest precast factory which spread across 25 acres of land and is currently running out over 50 lakh sq ft of building area which is equivalent of rising 30 towers. This technology reduces delivery time and project cost as compared to conventional technology.