Varde Partners acquires Wadala office building from Lodha
Built in 2018, the said office building has over 827,000 sq ft of office space spread over 29 floors and forms part of a 22-acre mixed-use development. The project’s anchor tenants include Tata International, GMM Pfaudler and Axis Bank. The five floors in this building purchased by Tata Group in 2019 will continue to be owned by Tata, the investment firm said in a release.
Lodha Banks aims to be debt free in 2 years
Realty developer Lodha Group is aiming to turn debt free over the next two years, aided by the brisk sales performance in its recently launched affordable housing vertical.
We are selling Wadala commercial tower for Rs 1,350 crore: Shaishav Dharia, Lodha Developers
The commercial rental asset based market has continued to be quite buoyant.
US Private Equity, others in talks to buy office building at Lodha's Wadala project
Deal likely to value 6.65 lakh sq ft commercial property at around Rs 1,200 crore
BJP, Sena will contest Maharashtra polls together: Devendra Fadnavis
The CM said BJP, Sena and allies parties would like to "break the record of winning maximum number of seats in the state polls".
Monsoon knocks at Mumbai's door with showers
Late night monsoon knocked on Mumbai city on June 09. Due to rain in Wadala area people received some relief from the heat. Monsoon rains ha...
Pentagon: Military response in Texas could soon expand
WASHINGTON (AP) — The military's role in Harvey rescue and recovery efforts has been limited by weather and flooding but could soon expand by tenfold or more, a senior National Guard officer said Tuesday. Air Force Maj. Gen.
Tata Projects bag Rs 1,048 crore Mumbai Metro packages
The company said it on Friday received the Letter of Award for constructing two packages of the Mumbai Metro Elevated Line 4.
'Lifestyle-plus' homes transform Wadala skyline
Dosti Ambrosia, the latest offering inside the Dosti Acres township, is a fine example of a ‘lifestyle-plus’ residency.
Babies sold to doctors, techie for up to Rs 4.5 lakh each
According to sources, the Bengaluru software engineer bought a child from Julia for Rs 4.5 lakh, while the Thane doctor couple paid Rs 4 lakh.
Fire in oil pipeline in Wadala, none hurt
"An oil leakage was detected this morning and we had taken all the necessary precautions. But at 6 PM, we were informed of a fire," MbPT chairman R M Parmar said.
Poor planning led to failure of Mumbai's monorail: Sudhir Mungantiwar
"The worst example of unplanned project is our monorail. Today we have only 4-5 passengers commuting on this Chembur-Wadala route daily."
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