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Lodha the rise

  1. 1. Brief on Palava Phase 2 for launch Nov 2013 For internal discussion only 0
  2. 2. Agenda  Location  Masterplan of 647 acres  Planned construction phasing and timelines  Key Highlights of Palava Phase 2  Sector 3 – Residential Block Details  Sector 1 – Commercial Block Details 1
  3. 3. Phase 2 of Palava is located at the intersection of Badlapur road & Taloja Bypass road Dombivli Badlapur Road 5 T a l o j a T u r n i n g 3 location: currently a 4-lane  5 kms away from the Taloja Bypass Road 6 Badlapur Junction Phase 1A 7 4 current site Bella & Rio Entrance USPs of this Phase 2  Key
  4. 4. Agenda  Location  Masterplan of 647 acres  Planned construction phasing and timelines  Key Highlights of Palava Phase 2  Sector 3 – Residential Block Details  Sector 1 – Commercial Block Details 3
  5. 5. Currently Masterplan completed for 647 acres, but have received EC for ~900 acres Land Use Plan Commercial: 50 Acres Residential : 554 Acres EWS : 42 Acres This 647 acres doesn‟t include the 100 acres Central Park Area statement  Residential (Casa): ~37 msf  Residential (Aspi): ~8-10 msf  Commercial: ~5 msf  MLCPs: ~10 msf  EWS: ~6.8 msf Total of ~46,000 apartments* with an estimated population of ~2lakh citizens *Excluding Aspi 4
  6. 6. Agenda  Location  Masterplan of 647 acres  Planned construction phasing and timelines  Key Highlights of Palava Phase 2  Sector 3 – Residential Block Details  Sector 1 – Commercial Block Details 5
  7. 7. Development and phasing – Key highlights  Total duration planned for execution of the 647 acres is ~10-12 years  For construction planning, the plan is broken into 11 sectors:  2 commercial (~2.5MM sqft each)  8 residential (~6MM sqft each)  1 EWS (~6.8 MM sqft)  We will start ~9-10 MM sqft of buildable area each year  ~6MM sqft of residential area  ~1-2 MM sqft of commercial area - Start with 0.5 MM sqft in Year 1 and based on response, we will adjust in the future  ~2MM sqft of amenities, multi-level car parking (MLCP) and EWS  Each phase will take 3-4 years for completion from start to end  Major city level amenities – university complex, center for performing arts, lakefront, etc – will be undertaken as independent projects from execution perspective 6
  8. 8. Key nomenclature that needs to be understood given that we are now planning at a city level  City level All major public spaces are planned for the city of ~900 acres. These amenities are planned in  the first 5 years of the execution cycle to capture the value in residential sales and generate employment Sector – This is a construction planning definition that links to the ~6MM sqft of residential area  to be started each year and the related infrastructure  Each sector consists of uniform “blocks” to allow scalability & repeatability  Each sector will be planned with 2 key amenities:  2 schools (3,500 students each) - planned for 1 child per apartment  Sector level clubhouse – compact 15,000 sqft clubhouses with swimming pool, gymnasium, indoor games, etc. Amenities like tennis courts, cricket, football, etc will be located in a city level clubhouse  Project – One or 2 Blocks is treated as a project 7
  9. 9. 2013 Construction plan – Key highlights  Sector 1:  Comprises 10 commercial buildings, 1 MLCP & 1 hotel  Will start with 2 commercial buildings in year 1  Sector 3:  G+13 – 101 buildings  2 MLCPs  Flat typology:  1BHK & 2BHK Optima in Type A  2BHK Optima, 2 BHK Ultima & 3 BHK in Type B  Aspi – will be launched later  Public Spaces:  Key ones to start in Year 1 – Lakefront & Central Avenue  Others to be Year 2 prioritized but most likely start 8 work in Sectors to start first
  10. 10. Agenda  Location  Masterplan of 647 acres  Planned construction phasing and timelines  Key Highlights of Palava Phase 2  Sector 3 – Residential Block Details  Sector 1 – Commercial Block Details 9
  11. 11. Palava Phase 2 – What is different/ USP compared to Phase 1 townships? We are launching a city and the planning has been done for the full 647 acres (~900 acres to be completed in next 6 months) vs. individual townships; Consequently the emphasis this time will be on: 1. Public spaces and amenities - Lakefront, Center for Performing Arts, Riverfront, Central avenue with high street retail, Library, University, etc 2. Commercial - ~5MM sqft of commercial space and will start with 0.5 MM in Oct 2013 3. Infrastructure - Execution will precede residential building development 4. Smart city (Partnered with IBM) - Fibered city, safety and security, transportation 5. Sustainability - Continue franchise of power for 24*7, water recycling, solar energyAll this in addition to “high quality residences” like we have in Phase 1 on top of MLCPs, etc 10
  12. 12. A Masterplan is built on the concept of 5-10 minutes walking to everyday needs Walking distances 5 10 mins mins Playgrounds and greens Schools Everyday shopping Sector clubhouses Public transport Religious places MLCPs Medical facilities 3m wide Intelligent footpaths surveillance across 11 the
  13. 13. Partial list only B Public spaces and amenities – “Access for residents” is key USP Central avenue Lakefront plaza Palava Cultural centre monument Central park City clubhouse Universi ty Riverside promenade 12
  14. 14. B1 Central Avenue - The arterial road through Palava with significant retail presence on both sides of the avenue  Vision: The main avenue of the city like the ones in Paris or New York Central Avenue  1.5 kms long avenue (30m wide) with high street retail, dedicated bus-lanes, etc Central Avenue 13
  15. 15. B2 Center for Performing Arts of the size of NCPA – important to address the need for “Arts and Culture” in the city  Vision: Center for Performing Arts  Create a world-class hub of arts and culture  Create a memorable tourist attraction, which creates an iconic public image for Palava Bird‟s Nest stadium in Beijing Center for  Intended to be an architectural icon on the Performing Arts 14 lines of the Sydney
  16. 16. B3 Public library will make Palava a world-class hub of learning and knowledge creation/ sharing  Vision: Make learning „chic‟ and inculcate usage of the library amongst citizens of all age groups in Public Library Palava  Size would be around 15,000 – 20,000 sqmt  Select programs in the library, in addition to the reading collections: Public Library  Library for the Performing Arts  Research Library  Digital Library & Audio-Visual Room (complimenting the Centre for the Performing Arts) 15  Arts Teaching Facility & Art Studios
  17. 17. B4 Lakefront plaza is planned in Palava to make it an attractive tourist destination  Vision: Create a memorable tourist attraction, as well as public space for Palava Citizens Lakefront plaza  Have got lease of Khoni Lake for 35 years  2 km lakefront periphery and ~10 acres earmarked around the lakes for public amenities  Key attractions:  Grand water spectacle is planned (on the lines Lakefront plaza of Bellagio/ Dubai)  Boating pier  Villas will be developed around the lake in the future  400-seater amphitheatre 16
  18. 18. B5 To mark Palava as a city of international stature, a sculpture/ monument which becomes representative of Palava and its promise will be commissioned  Vision: A monument which conveys the hope, promise and aspiration of Palava and its citizens  The idea is that the monument should also have a „life‟ beyond just being a „symbol‟ and should of Palava become of use for the citizens Palava Monument 17 Palava Monument
  19. 19. B6 A 100-acre central park, inspired by the Central Park in New York City, is planned for the citizens of Palava  Vision: Create a memorable tourist attraction, as well as public space for Palava Citizens  The inter-connected central park will run for 10 kms and have beautiful greens, walkways, cycling tracks, waterbodies, etc Central Park Central Park 18
  20. 20. B7 A 2.5km long riverside destination that will feature amenities that allow citizens to enjoy a healthy lifestyle and enjoy their leisure  Vision: Create a first-of-its-kind riverside destination in India as well as a public space for Palava citizens  2.5km long promenade running along the riverside with lawns, “haats” and spaces for events/ concerts Promenade with lawns along the riverside 19
  21. 21. E Investments in Smart technologies are being made - key to our objective of governance, reduce waste of natural resources and achieve sustainability 20% of public powered by solar 50 million litres/day of recycled water areas reduce wastage (TBD) Water meters in flat to systems to reduce City portal for Smart control losses bill payments, updates, helpdesk, etc Over 70% of all plants to Smart card for access be indigenous and 20
  22. 22. Agenda  Location  Masterplan of 647 acres  Planned construction phasing and timelines  Key Highlights of Palava Phase 2  Sector 3 – Residential Block Details  Sector 1 – Commercial Block Details 21
  23. 23. 23
  24. 24. TYPE A BLOCK Define A1 and A2 24
  25. 25. TYPE B BLOCK 25
  26. 26. Flat 1 Odd Floor 537 26 519 500 Flat 3 Flat 4 Flat 5 Flat 6 1 BHK 729 1 BHK 729 1 BHK 774 1 BHK 756 1 BHK 729 1 BHK 729 Saleable Area Block A1 – Odd floors Flat 2 729 Carpet Area 500 729 774 756 500 729 500 729
  27. 27. Flat 1 Even Floor 729 Saleable Area 27 519 500 500 Flat 3 Flat 4 Flat 5 Flat 6 1 BHK 729 1 BHK 729 1 BHK 774 1 BHK 756 1 BHK 729 1 BHK 729 Block A1 – Even floors 537 Flat 2 729 Carpet Area 774 756 500 729 500 729
  28. 28. Flat 1 Saleable Area Block A2 – Odd floors 638 28 638 Carpet Area 927 Flat 3 2 BHK Optima Odd Floor Flat 2 2 BHK Optima 2 BHK Optima 927 927 Flat 4 2 BHK Optima 927 927 638 927 927 927 638
  29. 29. Even Floor Saleable Area Block A2 – Even floors 638 29 638 Flat 1 927 Flat 4 Flat 2 927 927 Flat 3 927 2 BHK Optima 2 BHK Optima 2 BHK Optima 2 BHK Optima 927 927 927 927 Carpet Area 638 638
  30. 30. Flat 1 2 BHK Flat 2 2 BHK Flat 3 2 BHK Flat 4 2 BHK Flat 5 2 BHK Flat 6 2 BHK Odd Floor Ultima 1062 Ultima 1062 Optima 972 Optima 999 Area 1062 1062 972 999 1062 1062 Saleable Ultima 1062 Ultima1062 Block B1 – Odd floors 689 734 Carpet Area 734 734 734 B1 even flat 2,5 - 1026 30 673
  31. 31. Flat 1 Even Floor Block B1 – Even floors Carpet Area Saleable Area 31 Flat 2 Flat 3 Flat 4 Flat 5 Flat 6 2 BHK 2 BHK 2 BHK 2 BHK 2 BHK 2 BHK Ultima 1062 Ultima 1062 Optima 972 Optima 999 Ultima 1062 Ultima 1062 734 710 673 689 710 734 1062 1026 972 999 1026 1062
  32. 32. Odd Floor Block B2 – Odd floors Carpet Area Saleable Area 32 Flat 1 3 BHK 1260 870 1260 Flat 2 3 BHK 1197 829 1197 Flat 3 3 BHK 1197 829 1197 Flat 4 3 BHK 1260 870 1260
  33. 33. Flat 1 Even Floor Flat 2 3 BHK 1314 1314 1314 Saleable Area Block B2 – Even floors 871 33 907 Carpet Area Flat 3 3 BHK 1260 1260 Flat 4 3 BHK 1260 1260 907 3 BHK 1314 871
  34. 34. Flat 1 Odd Floor Block B3 – Odd floors Carpet Area Saleable Area 34 Flat 2 Flat 3 Flat 4 Flat 5 Flat 6 2 BHK 2 BHK 2 BHK 2 BHK 2 BHK 2 BHK Ultima 1062 Ultima 1062 Optima 918 Optima 945 Ultima 1062 Ultima 1062 734 734 633 649 734 734 1062 1062 918 945 1062 1062
  35. 35. Flat 1 2 BHK Flat 2 2 BHK Flat 3 2 BHK Flat 4 2 BHK Flat 5 2 BHK Flat 6 2 BHK Even Floor Ultima 1062 Ultima 1026 Optima 918 Optima 945 Area 1062 1062 918 945 1026 1062 Saleable Ultima 1026 Ultima 1026 Block B3 – Even floors 649 35 710 734 Carpet Area 734 710 633
  36. 36. Internal Amenities – Gold – Block A Type Specification Air-conditioned master bedroom with high quality split air-conditioner Living/dining & passage: Imported MabItal Flooring Air-conditioning Flooring Bedrooms: Classy imported Wooden flooring Kitchen: High quality vitrified tiles Toilets: High quality vitrified tiles CP & Sanitary Fittings Floor to Floor Heights Kitchen Finishes Key highlights of floor plan High quality Jaquar CP fittings & imported sanitaryware 9’6” Granite Platform; stainless steel sink; piped gas connection** Separate utility area in each apartment Separate store area in each apartment# Separate wardrobe in each bedroom Deck in living / master bedroom or both Select apartments with lavish double height terraces Security World-class multi tier security with: a. Automated Swipe card access to building b. CCTV monitoring of entrance lobby and key public areas c. Intercom Floor Lobby High quality vitrified tiles (2’ x 2’ or larger) Entrance Lobby Well decorated entrance lobby with imported MarbItal flooring Elevator 2 Automatic elevators in each wing by Schindler /Otis/ ThyssenKrupp 1 elevator as stretcher elevator Parking Open and covered options available Views Atleast 50% apartments with Garden views Garden Advanced Fibre technology provision for high speed internet, digital gaming etc. apartments Available with personal garden and kitchen yard Handicapped Access Special ramps for handicapped access to each entrance lobby Communication Provision for one telephone point in each apartment. 36
  37. 37. Internal Amenities – Platinum – Block B Type Specification Fully air-conditioned homes* with high quality split air- Air-conditioning conditioner Flooring Living/dining & passage: Imported MabItal Flooring Bedrooms: Classy imported Wooden flooring Kitchen: High quality vitrified tiles Toilets: High quality vitrified tiles CP & Sanitary Fittings Isenberg / Villeroy&Bochsanitaryware High quality Jaquar CP fittings &European Duravit / Floor to Floor Heights Kitchen Finishes Key highlights of floor plan 9’6” Granite Platform; stainless steel sink; piped gas connection** Separate utility area in each apartment Separate store area in each apartment# Separate wardrobe in each bedroom Deck in living / master bedroom or both Select apartments with lavish double height terraces Security World-class multi tier security with: a. Automated Swipe card access to building b. CCTV monitoring of entrance lobby and key public areas c. Video doorphone Floor Lobby High quality vitrified tiles (2’ x 2’ or larger) Entrance Lobby Well decorated entrance lobby with imported MarbItal flooring Elevator 2 automatic elevators by Schindler /Otis/ ThyssenKrupp* Communication Provision for one telephone point in each apartment. 1 elevator as stretcher elevator Advanced Fibre technology provision for high speed internet, digital gaming etc. Parking Open and covered options available Views Handicapped Access Atleast 50% apartmentshandicapped access to each entrance lobby Special ramps for with Garden views Garden apartments Available with personal garden and kitchen yard 37
  38. 38. Maintenance charges City governance Fees - Towards maintenance of Rs. 2.85 psf per Infrastructure, i.e. Electricity, Water, Roads, month on carpet Drainage, Solid Waste Maintenance for each year, in advance – 60 months advance CAM - Towards maintenance of common areas in Rs. 4.5 psf per the cluster, i.e. lifts, lobbies, landscape area for month on carpet the cluster for each year, in advances – 18 months advance 38
  39. 39. Sector Club - Rs. 300 per month per unit (60 months advance)  Gym  Party halls  Indoor kid‟s play / crèche  Lounge with business centre  Indoor games - TT/ Carrom / Chess / Cards etc.  Cinema  2 Activity rooms  Changing rooms / toilets with shower and steam  Outdoor kids play areas  Swimming pool – adults (min. 25 m x 8 m) + kids pool  Outdoor Sports Ground Membership is “include/free” for the residents of the “Sector” but required to pay a monthly charge. Initially, we will collect for 60 months (lumpsum) from customer and then annual charges (12 months) in single installment collected for ongoing access. 39
  40. 40. City Club - Rs 450 per month per unit (60 months advance)  Spa  Large scale party venue / marriage hall  Restaurant / Cafe  Library  Sports venues: – – – – – – – – – Tennis Badminton Basketball Volleyballl Olympic size swimming pool Cricket ground Football ground Athletic track Gymnastics studio Membership is “included / free” for the residents of Phase 2 but monthly charge. Initially, we will collect for 60 months (lumpsum) from customer and required to pay a then annual charges (12 months) in single installment collected for ongoing access. 40
  41. 41. Agenda  Location  Masterplan of 647 acres  Planned construction phasing and timelines  Key Highlights of Palava Phase 2  Sector 3 – Residential Block Details  Sector 1 – Commercial Block Details 41
  42. 42. Overview of Sector 1 42
  43. 43. City Governance PCMA – PALAVA CITY MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY 43
  44. 44. Objective and Members  To operate and maintain the city in the long run  A body to take up the city level functions and eventually take on the roles and responsibilities of a Municipal body  Responsible for city governance  Formulation and implementation of city policies  Ensure that all city level services are provided to the residents at competitive costs and high quality of service  Members of PCMA – Palava City Council (provide vision and lead PCMA)  Eminent members of the society  Expert committees on city administration and urban development will 44
  45. 45. Core Functions  Water distribution and recycling  Roads, urban landscape and public amenities  Citizen safety and security with first response and emergency response teams  Disaster management and early warning  Garbage collection and solid waste management  Promotes Sustainability and smart city operations  Commercial and economic development of the city In addition, the following functions will be taken care of by PCMA:  Power distribution and metering/collections as Franchisee of MSEDCL  Palava Transportation (Ecodrive) and traffic & parking management  Public healthcare facilities by partnering with reputed hospitals  Primary education and University/Colleges 45
  46. 46. Structure Functions Palava City Council Policies and welfare programs Palava City Manager Palava Shared • • Economic & social development • Monitoringcontact • Customer and notifications center Services • City Admin activities like billing and collections • Communication services • Power and water distribution, lighting • Sewage treatment and discharge Palava Utilities • Solid waste processing & disposal Commercial • Transportation & PSC • Roads and MIS and accounts • Budgeting, landscape Managemen t • Vendor / contract management • City amenities – Operations for 46

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