Dear Friends

I m considering to buy Jaypee Kensington Park apartment....kindly share the feedback on the same

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Ashutosh Kalra
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  • Originally Posted by ashutoshkalr
    Dear Friends

    I m considering to buy Jaypee Kensington Park apartment....kindly share the feedback on the same

    Br's
    Ashutosh Kalra


    You haven't mentioned what is your budget...what size you are looking etc etc.... posting a random question is not going to help you buddy.

    Also a thread for KPA flats exist...post in that and you might get proper replies only if your question has relevant details.
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  • Thanks for the feedback.

    I m looking for 1050 sq.ft 2 BHK (Rs.4200 per sq ft)apartment.

    It's some what above my Budget.

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    Ashutosh Kalra
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  • Ashutosh, do you want to know anything specific? Are you buying it for end use?

    I have recently bought 1500 sqft in KPA. Most likely for end use. I found it to be the best vfm option considering the density and location.

    Right now the construction pace seems to be one floor per month.

    Tower 1-3 are structurally complete and brick work is in progress (again looks like one floor per month). These three towers seem to be quite ahead of other towers and I am not sure if Jaypee will slow the speed here and let others catch up or go ahead and complete them to give the partial possession somehow. Anyways do not expect anytime less than 2.5/3 years for the whole project.


    Originally Posted by ashutoshkalr
    Thanks for the feedback.

    I m looking for 1050 sq.ft 2 BHK (Rs.4200 per sq ft)apartment.

    It's some what above my Budget.

    Br's
    Ashutosh Kalra
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  • @asheshb.. can you disclose the price ? if so pl. PM me
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