The founder of the decor company Maison SIA spent more than Rs. 116 crore on a lavish Mumbai property.

By Bricksnwall | 2024-01-14

The founder of the decor company Maison SIA spent more than Rs. 116 crore on a lavish Mumbai property.

The apartment is situated in Lower Parel's Oberoi 360 West building. According to registration paperwork, the buyer has already paid Rs.5.82 crore in stamp duty.

Vratika Gupta, the creator of the well-known d?cor company Maison SIA, paid around Rs.116 crore for an opulent flat in Oberoi 360 West in Mumbai, according to records that IndexTap was able to view.

Situated in Lower Parel, Mumbai, the apartment is on the 49th floor of the project. The Agreement for Sale indicated that the buyer had paid Rs.5.82 crore in stamp duty for the transaction.

Registered on January 7, 2024, the property

The document said that the unit's total usable carpet space is 12,138 square feet.

Eight parking spaces are included with the residence, according to the deed.

Both the developer and Gupta have received emails. When a response is obtained, the story will be updated.

Oberoi Realty paid Rs. 230.55 crore last year for a luxurious penthouse at Three Sixty West, one of the priciest apartment buildings in India. The penthouse is situated in the upscale Worli neighborhood of Mumbai.

Co-founder and managing director of WestBridge Capital, Sumir Chadha, paid Rs. 96.12 crore in 2023 for a lavish flat on the 60th level of the Oberoi Three Sixty West luxury complex in Worli.

In a bulk deal, 28 flats in Three Sixty West?s Tower B were purchased by D Mart owner Radhakishan Damani?s immediate family and close allies for a price of Rs.1,238 crore last year.

A few days later, BK Goenka, the chairman of the Welspun company, paid Rs. 230.55 crore for a penthouse on the 63rd floor that spanned 29,885 square feet of carpet.

The family of Vadilal Shah, the founder of Everest Masala Group, also paid Rs. 143.50 crore for two flats in Mumbai's Oberoi Three Sixty West development. A flat was purchased for Rs. 73.50 crore, while another was purchased for Rs.70 crore. There are plenty of parking spots available for these opulent apartments.

For Rs. 263 crore, Asha Mukul Agrawal, a director at the prestigious capital market trading and investment company Param Capital Research Pvt. Ltd., acquired three flats in the opulent Lodha Malabar complex in South Mumbai.

Source: Hindustan Times