Meera Investments Limited (MIL) owner Dr. Sudhir Ruparelia speaking to CEO East Africa said they started sales for their Tagore Living Project. Dr. Ruparelia said Tagore Living is their first built-to-sell residential development project.
He explained that the project is aimed at creating an opportunity for both Ugandans and foreigners to invest and own property in Uganda.
"Tagore Living offers buyers a unique one-off opportunity to invest in development either as long erm rentable investment or to live in," Dr. Ruparelia told CEO.
Meera according to CEO owns 300 for rent properties in Kampala, Jinja, Mukono and Mbarara. It also owns high-value commercial land in Kampala and other parts of the country.
Tagore Living comprises of 28 apartments located in Kamwokya - Kisementi, near Acacia Mall. There are 3 configurations of the 2 bedroom apartment but each with a kitchen, a living room, dining room and a balcony from the living room.
The 3 bedroom apartments also come with a kitchen, dining room, lounge and balcony. It is connected to a 3 phase main power supply with a 24-hour backup generator, a duplex passenger lift, 24-hour high-intensity surveillance CCTV cameras and security personnel. The apartments are also served by a laundry room, WIFI internet, air conditioning and cable TV.
"Tagore Living is the result of an in-depth design process, resulting in a striking property that considers every aspect of a comfortable living environment. The building has been aesthetically designed to seamlessly and beautifully blend with the surroundings, thus delivering the safest luxurious and elegant living experience.
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