With tech parks, the metro vibe and a host of facilities in education and healthcare, Kochi remains the preferred address for young families today. The past year changed people’s lives in ways untold. The significance of shelter could not have gained more relevance than at such a time. Prospective home buyers realised the importance of investing in a place that provided them with more than just the basics as work-from-home (WFH) became the norm. A luxury apartment in Kochi is now a necessity if you are to restore a sense of normalcy to your life.
Continuing from last year, the importance of space takes on new meaning in 2021. There is no safer place than one’s own home, it has come to be seen. With WFH and academics going online, the need to step out invites a second thought, for the sake of safety.
The need for a sense of community, security and safety are the needs for every prospective home buyer now. Space is the new necessity that is required to maintain a work-life balance. Luxury apartments are preferred for the same reason. The times call for defined spaces in order to perform one’s personal and professional roles in circumstances where boundaries have to be self-imposed. Apart from the usual living-dining-bedroom spaces, there is now the need for a home office and a study as well.
Sources of entertainment and health also have to be sought from within one’s four walls. A makeshift gym and a mini home theatre are now ways to have your fun and stay safe too within the area of a luxury apartment.
Staying in the heart of the city still makes you very much a part of the game, instead of feeling cut-off. This makes luxury apartments in localities like Panampilly, Edapally or Kaloor ideal.
Mansions Pristina in Kaloor is a low-rise luxury apartment project that promises a world of security while ensuring a sense of community among inhabitants. With just 12 apartments over four floors, there’s plenty of room for everyone.
Amenities like roof-top party hall, roof-top children’s play area keep people connected. Precautionary measures will be standard practice, goes without saying. Access control with proximity sensor card provides added security and intercom facility allows selective interaction.
At Kaloor, you get the advantage of living in close proximity to Kerala’s first Metro station, which in a luxurious, comfortable and sanitised manner connects you with prominent locations such as Palarivattom, MG Road, Kadavanthra, Vytilla, among others. When the final phase is completed, Metro connectivity will cover the length and breadth of Ernakulam. Kochi is also poised to be the first Indian city to have water transport integrated as a feeder service to the metro.
When you want to venture out for some fun, there’s good old Marine Drive, Changampuzha Park or Subhash Park, Lulu Mall and Centre Square Mall within a 4.5km radius for the young ones, Kaloor market a stone’s throw away for fresh produce; and Lisie hospital, Lourdes hospital, Aster Medicity, Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences (AIMS) and more for emergencies.
Those considering Kochi for educational purposes also have impressive options: the two most popular colleges Maharajas and St. Theresa’s are within a 5km radius apart from St. Albert’s with Cochin University of Science and Technology (CUSAT) and AIMS hardly 10km away.
In a recent ranking of “Best Cities To Live in India 2021”, Kochi was among the Top 10; and it was stated, ‘ The ambience of serenity in a cosmopolitan city is what Kochi is all about. In the land of highest literacy rate, Kochi city is known for its best education, rapidly growing IT industries and the potential for future growth.’