Bhakti Park Residential Complex

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Bhakti Park Residential Complex

HOUSING DEVELOPMENT (PRIVATE): ‘Bhakti Park’ Residential Complex at Mumbai, India • Once a marshy land of salt pans has been, today, developed as most sought-after locale at Mumbai (Bombay) city outskirts. • A micro-township, by a private developer, with about 2,500+ dwelling units, 2.5 million Sft. of constructed phases, emerged out of most unexpected / overlooked land; • 90 acres Residential / Housing development, with more than 25 acres of Lush Green Garden space, an example of an eco-friendly environment. • Acres of brackish landfill – delicately & beautifully converted to a Resort like ambience – giving a true ‘Out-of-City’ experience, within the city; • A Residential Complex consisting of wide range of accommodations, from 27 storey medium rise ‘large-home’ requirement to 7 storey low rise ‘single bedroom’ requirement; • Well formulated frame structure modules, with non-acrobatic yet uniquely conceived elevation features add to the city’s ever emerging ‘Skyline’; • Simplistic and Minimalistic design approach had been kept in mind while devising the specification like color scheme, landscape, features, and so on; • Mandate requirements of Open spaces & Green belts has been advantageously implemented to provide large tropical gardens on both sides of this structural array; • Indian system of ‘Courtyard Architecture’ has been innovatively conceived in planning Green acre within the group of structures – ‘Green outside and Green within’ – it doesn’t stop there . . . each structure breaths from within through indigenously planned ‘capillary shafts’ • These internal lushes, provide for a secured environment for children and senior citizens – giving them more than 50 M wide Courtyard at Podium level keeping them away from vehicular movement and outsiders / intruders; • Structures strategically planned, for the Indian weather conditions, in East-West directions – providing all day natural light and ventilation to all rooms, including service areas / lobbies; • Short spans in North-South directions in-turn cut the South heat with Self shading structures besides; • All rooms provided with wide window opening, to suit the India style of living, i.e. with maximum natural light and air circulation all through the day – about 12 hrs. of natural direct / indirect lighting and 24 hrs of Cross Ventilation; • Solar benefits are also savored by Kitchens / Toilets to maintain High level of hygiene; • Optimum internal space planning with most economical space ratio of Usable Areas, devised through central service core; • Comfortably sized rooms are topped with minute requirements of drying balcony in each apartment and lift lobbies with common spaces for house keeping, etc. • Citizens residing in the complex are from various financial strata and status – sharing common utilities like the Club House, Pool, Health Spa, Gym, Play area, thereby creating a healthy Socio-Amalgamation; Technical Details: • Project Name : Bhakti Park Residential Complex • Owners : M/s. Anik Developers, Andheri, Mumbai, India • Location : Wadala, Mumbai, India • Land Area : 90 Acres; • Green Belt : 25 Acres; • Current Phase (II) : 1,000,000 Sft. Area : 3 Types of Buildings : 1 no. 27 storey – 2 Bedroom apts.; : 4 nos. 20 storey – 2 / 3 Bedroom apts.; : 4 nos. 7 storey – 1 Bedroom apts.; : Club with Pool & recreation facilities; • Date of Completion: End of 2007 • Structure : RCC Frame – Earthquake ready for Seismic Zone III • Services : Fully fitted with Electrical high side and low side installation; : Ample Power Backup thru dual source; : 24/7 dependable water supply thru domestic and flushing tanks; : Combination of Hydro-pneumatic & Gravity water supply system; : Fire protected through external hydrants and internal wet risers / hose reels; • Value Additions : Sewage Treatment Plant – Reuse of Water for Landscaping; : Rain Water Harvesting – Collection & Conservation of water; : Lush Green Landscape with drip irrigation system : IBMS & Busbar system – Optimum power utilization;


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