Launched: Sep 2006
Possession: Jan 2008
Property Type
Unit Types
Build-Up Area
Floor Plans
Live-in Tour
3 BHK Apartment
1308 sq.ft

Amenities - National Sunny Palace

  • Community Amenities :
  • Garden
  • Security
  • Club House
  • Community Hall
  • Health & Fitness :
  • Swimming Pool
  • Kid Friendly :
  • Play Area
  • Connectivity :
  • Intercom
  • Green Living :
  • Rain Water Harvesting

National Builders (National Builders)

National Builders heralded a classicism in the art of home making. In a short span of just 20 years National Builders re-wrote the rules of graceful living by completing 100 projects in Navi Mumbai and Kochi . Every project of National is a landmark which needs no address proof to differentiate. Added to these is the ISO 9001:2000 certification. The Chairman and Managing Director of National Builders, Mr. M.C. Sunny, an amazing visionary, is a Keralite who holds the honor of fulfilling the aspirations of Non-resident Indians who dreamed of a serene but splendid living style. National homes never stop at being mere places of living; rather it goes on proclaiming one's own personality and making style statements. Everything about National is a pleasure for generations to come. The innovation and vision with which a National home is built is well embodied in its fine blend of beauty and utility. The cut we got over the rest is in continual improvement and upgrading. Then there is no reason to ask why it has brought the country's affluent citizens, upwardly mobile businessmen, industrialists, corporate figures and government elites under one roof
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107-Chadda Crescent, Sector 17 Vashi, Navi Mumbai, Pin Code - 400 705, Maharashtra, INDIA.

More About National Sunny Palace

National Sunny Palace is one of the popular residential developments in Edappally, neighborhood of Kochi. It is among the completed projects of its Builder. It has lavish yet thoughtfully designed residences.

Project Delivery

Project is Ready to Occupy and was delivered around Jan 2008


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