Chennai, November 8, 2019: CASAGRAND, one of the leading builders of South India, launched a unique community CASAGRAND Royale, which aims to provide a lavish lifestyle for adults and a fascinating world for the kids.
Located at Sholinganallur, the community is sprawled across 7.2 acres of serenity, consisting of 507 thoughtfully designed 2BHK, 3BHK & 4BHK modern apartments which promote a holistic living for everyone. The project offers 54 outstanding amenities for adults like roof top swimming pool, a relaxing waterfall with a pebble pathway beneath it, an open air theater, an interactive gym, leisure seating with pergola structure, exercise area, reflexology pathway, jogging tracks, cricket pitch, garden area and many more.
CASAGRAND Royale is OMR’s first kids-friendly project which features the maximum number of specially designed amenities for kids such as chalkboard wall, tot lot, ball pool, 3D Theater, video game room, comic corner, kid’s virtual games and a crèche. The apartment complex also boasts of fun outdoor activities like a kid’s jungle gym, a futsal ground, kids’ waterfall, kids’ pool, interactive water jet, a rock climbing wall, a skating ring, play lawn and other outdoor games. Education was given special attention right at the design stage and the apartment offers important educational amenities like Robotics learning, music / art training centre, learning center with academic tuitions, augmented realty enabled learning and tuition kiosk with e-learning.
Speaking about the project , Mr. Eshwar N, EVP – Marketing of CASAGRAND Builder said, “We are happy to introduce CASAGRAND Royale – A unique project with Exclusive Kids-friendly Features, which also provides a host of luxurious amenities to the adults. Here, kids can enjoy a host of modern amenities which have been created very thoughtfully by understanding the requirements of current generation. It is an ideal community for children to interact and learn in a safe environment. Prime location and reasonable cost of this project makes it irresistible.”