Construction of The Wadhwa Group’s new commercial project on GMLR begins in full swing
Bhumi Pujan of the site took place after Diwali
Mumbai: The realty market has witnessed a tremendous recovery this festive season. Although the celebrations were muted this Diwali across the world due to Covid-19 pandemic, there is much more to cheer for the real estate industry. Sales are almost back to pre-Covid levels and the festive season has served as an additional demand driver.
The spread of the novel coronavirus had impacted a lot of construction projects but as migrant workers return back to work post Diwali after spending quality time with their families, we can see construction activities starting in full swing. The Wadhwa Group too, in association with MICL and Chandak Group performed the Bhumi Pujan while they laid the foundation of their commercial project ‘The Gateway’ at site on Goregaon Mulund Link Road adhering to all safety guidelines. When it comes to designing office spaces for modern businesses, The Gateway is crafted for a flawless first impression.
Commenting on the occasion, Mr. Navin Makhija, Managing Director, The Wadhwa Group said, “After the roaring success of our residential projects Atmosphere & Atmosphere O2 on GMLR, we are delighted to start construction of our commercial project ‘The Gateway’ in its vicinity which leaves no stone unturned to create the perfect space that fuels ideas for growth and success. The overall situation is improving and we are sensing a positive sentiment among the investors. Apart from our residential projects, we are seeing a lot of demand for this newly launched boutique format commercial office portfolio as well during this festive season. We see demand coming in from people that are moving from co-working spaces to owing small independent office space to have control over safety, security and hygiene within the premises.”
“We thank all our labourers who have returned back to work. We will be doubly ensuring that proper precautions are taken from our end and utmost care of hygiene will be the priority for labourers by all means. A standard operating procedure (SOP) has been formulated at all our sites. Every labourer has to adhere to the instructions and protocols set at our end that would help in suitable functioning of the system such as maintaining social distancing norms, wearing masks, proper sanitization and periodic medical check-ups with appropriate documentation,” Mr. Makhija further added.