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Puravankara forays into Kochi

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KOCHI: The Bangalore-based Puravankara Projects has announced its foray into Kochi with the launch of Purva GrandBay, a residential apartment at Marine Drive.

The 14-floor high-rise single structure comprises 265 luxury sea-facing apartments. These three-bedroom apartments range from 1,885 sq ft to 1,937 sq ft and are priced Rs 2,890 per sq ft onwards. The project will be ready for occupation by 2008, said Mr Girish Puravankara, Director.

Puravankara Projects, which has developed over 10 million sq ft in the last 30 years, has planned future projects for 15 million sq ft.

It has operations in India, the US, Dubai, the UK, and Kuwait. It has acquired Crisil ranking as an outstanding developer in India with a DA2+rating.

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