Prestige Group: Delivering Excellence Everyday

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Prestige Estates Projects Ltd. is a property development company based and operating from Bangalore, India.  Prestige undertakes a variety of construction projects that fall under sectors ranging from Residential to Retail and Commercial to Leisure. The Hospitality sector is another area of interest for this master builder. Founded in 1985 by Razack Sattar, the Prestige Group [stock quote] has grown by leaps and bounds in every way possible. One of South India’s most successful realty firms, Prestige combines skilled workmanship with futuristic designs to give all their clients the final result they have always wanted.

Prestige Group has won a number of noteworthy international accolades for its consistently excellent performance in the sector. Some of these include;

  • Best Development Marketing India (for Prestige Oasis)
  • Best Retail Development in India (for the Forum Value Mall)
  • The Architecture Award [Leisure and Hospitality] (for UB City)
  • Best Mixed Use Architecture (for Prestige Shantiniketan)

Prestige has every reason to boast about the 46.97 million sq.ft of land area developed via the completion of 163 projects.  As can be ascertained from the aforementioned awards, Prestige has developed these mind-boggling amounts of area with unmatchable skill and finesse.

The group has long been a trendsetter, and it was they who introduced South India to its first mall, The Forum, in Bangalore. Other well known constructions in their kitty include the Forum Value Mall in Whitefield, Bangalore as well as UB City. The Prestige Group also develops properties such as the Prestige Golfshire Club and the Twenty Four Tech Hotel.

Currently, the group has 33 ongoing projects encompassing around 36.7 million sq. ft. In addition, 31 upcoming projects are in the offing and the total built up land area of these comes up to an astounding 16.18 million sq. ft. These 31 projects are mostly in the form of shopping malls, corporate structures and apartment enclaves.

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