Why do integrated townships work?

The last two years have been a bit of a game changer not only in well-established real-estate markets but also in new areas that now are seeing a boom in residential development. People have come to appreciate the benefits of living in a self-sufficient community that provides a robust social infrastructure. As a result, demand for apartments in integrated townships has increased greatly. This drives us to ponder why these integrated townships actually work. While professional opportunities have been a primary driver, the reasons a township and its community flourish are many.
The legacy of Hiranandani is embedded in developing, self-sustaining townships. HPOs visionary approach to building integrated townships has helped bring together many communities across the country. Relying on the legacy of Hiranandani’s integrated townships built over decades, we inferred the following:

  1. Space, space, space
    Metropolitan cities can be overwhelming sometimes – massive crowds, small spaces, and fast life. With Hiranandani Parks Oragadam, you can experience a different life. 40% of the total area of the township has been dedicated to open green spaces that help you relax and rejuvenate.
  2. You ask, we give – multitudes of amenities
    An ideal integrated township is one where the foundation is strengthened by extensive infrastructure. With Hiranandani Parks, you’re spoilt for choice. Hiranandani Parks Oragadam has Rela Hospital, The Indian Public School (TIPS) and Nilgiris Supermarket, and a sports colosseum with a 9-hole golf course, grounds for football and volleyball, basketball, and tennis court, and that’s just the beginning of it all. 
  3. Just around the corner
    Proximity is another reason for a township to function as one self-sufficient unit. Oragadam is a well- connected business corridor with immense potential to fuel Hiranandani’s vision. While it is just a short drive away from Chennai’s second airport, it is also connected to the main city by a 200-feet highway. Talk about ideal locations, huh?
  4. Environmentally conscious
    In a communal setting, there’s a higher chance to work towards more environmentally conscious decisions. Hiranandani’s integrated townships are designed keeping sustainability in mind. They’ve incorporated alternative sources like solar panels, rainwater harvesting systems, and recycling facilities.

Hiranandani Parks Oragadam (HPO) is one of Chennai’s most sought-after residential projects. Built on a futuristic vision, HPO encapsulates the essence of a new-age family. Home seekers are looking for wealth, health, happiness but most importantly, a home that can add value to their lives.

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