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Lucknow the New Location for Fashion TV’s Residence Project

Lucknow will be the next location for Fashion TV’s luxurious residential project. The city-based developer New Modern Buildwell will develop Fashion TV’s fourth residential project. The said development is heard to known around Rs 1,000 crores according to a press release of the developer.

The project, called f-Crown homes, has already been receiving approvals. The project is expected to be finished in three to four years, the developer company said.

The residents of the mega-luxury homes in f-Crown will become members of the Gold community that has an 18-hole golf course with a golf club inside. Lucknow’s newest residential project by Fashion TV is said to offer six classes of 3BHK to 5 BHK homes that cost between Rs 1.30 crore and Rs 3.70 crore. The price will depend on the space’s locations, size and categories of its offered services.

Marques & Jordy from France will design the interiors of the latest Fashion TV’s residential project and will also receive the expert advice of Fashion TV itself.

Vishai Gurnani, director and promoter of Fashion TV India, said that Lucknow is a place popular for style, class, fashion and splendour and that it is with full pride that they have become a part of the place to establish such luxurious lifestyle that can be considered world-class. Since this is their fourth residential project, Gurnani is positive that f-Crown homes will be able to live up to their standards of quality.

Founder and chief managing director of New Modern Buildwell, P.N. Misra, said that the luxury real estate sector in India is the fastest growing segment. It comes with an investment portfolio that totals to 40 percent of the realty market all over India.

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