This was shared by LDA vice-chairman Indramani Tripathi during a meeting called on Monday to decide the usage of 35,000 sqmt vacant land near a water body in Viraj Khand. The land was missing in LDA records and identified recently during a drone survey.
“The project will come up on a 2,500 sqmt area. It will include a seven-storey building with each floor having eight studio apartments. Each flat will be of 400 sqft. The apartments will be designed to cater to the needs of senior citizens with adequate space for balconies, dressing rooms and bathrooms,” he said.
The project will also have a clubhouse, gym, yoga/meditation centre, physiotherapy centre, community kitchen, lawn and swimming pool. Additionally, it will have ambulance service on the premises for immediate medical emergencies, he added.
The flats will be given on lease to individuals aged 60 years and above for a specified period and not be available for purchase. However, occupants will have the option to transfer their flats to another senior citizen upon meeting certain criteria, he said.
Tripathi said parks and wide roads will be constructed in the 30,000 sqm land around the society.
Published On Aug 22, 2023 at 03:00 PM IST
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