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Naiknavare Developers launches Avasa, new vertical of structured plots; commences e-commerce platform designed for plotting

Pune, March 30, 2023: Naiknavare Developers, renowned for its well-thought-out community-centric residential and commercial projects in Pune, Mumbai, and Goa, today announced it has launched “Avasa”, its new business vertical of premium plotted development, and commenced its first-of-its-kind e-commerce platform designed exclusively for plotting,   

The first project under this new dedicated vertical “Avasa Meadows” will be located near the Vadgaon Maval area of Talegaon, which is conveniently connected to the Mumbai-Pune highway and boasts a good railway connectivity as well. “Avasa Meadows” solely comprises of fully serviced luxurious N.A plots and offers 62 plots in total, each of the sizes of 1848 sq. ft to 2846 sq. ft, starting at Rs. 60 lakhs plus taxes.

The e-commerce platform, exclusively for selling plots offers a comprehensive solution to streamline the property buying process, from lead capture to booking followed by online registration. 

Commenting on the new business vertical and the sale prospects of structured plots, Anand Naiknavare, Head of Business Processes, Naiknavare Developerssaid, “The opportunity to live individually and independently, yet get the advantages of living in a gated community are attracting people to purchase plots. The stage of urbanization, stability in development control regulations, and increased demand for larger spaces and earthy lifestyles triggered by COVID-19 are all contributing to faster uptake in plotting sales. Apart from the intrinsic stability of land value, the increased FSI makes purchasing and self-developing a plot attractive and commercially adding far more value for the end user. The price-to-area ratios are far better. This encouraged us to launch Avasa and enter the structured plots business. Also, we are happy to say that our commitment is to hand over 1 million sq. ft. of plots in the upcoming financial year under this mandate.”