A Project spread across 34 acres located in the prime adjuncts of Indra Nagar
If Paris has her boulevards, and Rio a rain-forest within its city limits, now Nasik, too, has a landmark that promises to distinguish it; a development that will proclaim Nasik’s transformation into a metro and redefine urban lifestyles: The Metrozone. The brainchild of Nasik’s very own, Sanklecha Group, The Metrozone is a 34-acre residential development located in the prime adjuncts of Indra Nagar. The project embodies a vision of ‘contemporary architecture’ with simplicity in planning and elevation, through a design approach that leverages courtyard planning to achieve maximum green space’.
The Metrozone consists of 1132 apartments in a mix of 2, 2.5, 3, 4 & 5 BHK configurations housed in 6 residential blocks, with a total of 41 buildings. Each block is laid out around a central pergola that, in addition to aesthetic beauty, provides shade and reduces the heat island effect. There is also a central water feature and a spacious amphitheatre that provides the perfect natural setting for community events and gatherings against a delightful backdrop of water and lush greenery.
Mr. Vijay Sanklecha, CMD Sanklecha Group says, “For us, Metrozone is not merely an up-market residential project; we see it as a vehicle of change - an address that will be at the vanguard of Nasik’s transformation into a well-planned, futuristic, environment-conscious metro.”
As its launch campaign suggests, The Metrozone draws inspiration from some of the world’s most popular metros. Its walkways, reminiscent of Paris’ leafy boulevards, wind about the project, offering a pleasant promenade for residents and an energizing walking track for the athletically inclined. For those who prefer their recreation in more energetic doses, Metrozone provides nothing less than a forest – complete with camping sites and adventure trails; all this, in addition to a wealth of lifestyle amenities, including sports and wellness facilities, venues for meeting and entertaining, and even a dedicated shopping area.
Taylor Brammer Landscape Architects Pvt. Ltd, the award-winning Australian firm behind the landscape design of the Metrozone describes it as a memorable place created, by integrating architecture, landscape and ecology in a sustainable environment.”
The Metrozone is the brainchild of Sanklecha Group, an award winning real estate player with more than 75 prestigious projects and approximately 25 lac sq. ft. to their credit, in a career that spans 3 decades. Measurable quality standards, timely possession, clear & marketable title, transparent dealings, and honest prices have made Sanklecha the preferred choice of discerning customers.
Founded in 1978 as a family business, Sanklecha entered the real estate business with a solitary project in Nasik. Since then, the firm has moved from strength to strength to develop more than 75 prestigious projects encompassing a built-up area of approximately 25 lac sq .ft., within a span of about 3 decades
Sanklecha homes, today, shelter more than 2500 happy families. This is our biggest asset & achievement. Measurable quality standards, timely possession, clear & marketable title, transparent dealings, and honest prices make us the preferred choice of discerning customers.
With an enviable presence in the world of lifestyle construction through innovative offerings of residential and commercial spaces, Sanklecha pioneered the establishment of inspiring lifestyle and business in Nasik. Two prime elements - professional expertise and personal care, make the services at Sanklecha an experience to delight.
Taylor Brammer Landscape Architects Pty Ltd is based in Sydney, Australia with offices in South Coast, Australia and Abu Dhabi, UAE. The company employs a team of multi-talented, multi-cultural architects and landscape designers to sculpt individual stories with each project they undertake.
The firm’s strategy uses a detailed understanding of history as an underlying basis to create innovative and culturally expressive environments.
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