KAMPALA — Mrs. Jyotsna Ruparelia, wife to property mogul, Sudhir Ruparelia has opened sale of the group’s latest urban homes project, named Tagore Living Project.
The urban homes project which is located in Kampala—Kira Road, is the first development under the Meera Investment Limited built-to-sell residential housing program.
The residential project with luxurious and elegant living experience is according to the estate firm aimed at creating an opportunity for both Ugandans and foreigners to invest and own property in Uganda, for either residential or investment purposes.
“Tagore Living, you can buy a unique one-off opportunity to invest in a development – either as a long term rentable investment or to live in”.
Meera owns over 300 for-rent properties in Kampala and other major towns like Mukono, Jinja, Mbale and Mbarara. The company also owns the largest number of ongoing real estate projects and is the largest private owner of commercial land in Kampala.
Tagore Living comprises of twenty eight (28) apartments located in Kamwokya-Kisementi, just a stone throw-away from Acacia Mall, the Kisementi shopping precinct, Kitante Golf-Course and the affluent Kololo neighborhood.
The apartments complex according to the developers is connected to a 3-phase mains power supply with a 24-hour back-up generator. It is also equipped with a duplex passenger lift as well as car lift to the two covered parking levels.
Dr. Sudhir last year said: “Tagore Living is the result of an in depth design process, resulting in a striking property that considers every aspect of a comfortable living environment. The building has been aesthetically designed to seamlessly and beautifully blend with the surroundings, thus delivering the safest luxurious and elegant living experience.”
He said the project benefits from both the group’s financial muscle and over “33 years of experience in building developments ranging from schools, hotels and commercial projects.”