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Gold Coast welcomes you to be a part of our family with our new project GOLD COAST-     24(First   Iconic Tower of NH-24)
· Unbeatable Location -Right On 14 Lane Expressway
·  Adjoining Crossings Republik Township
·  Using Best brands known for quality & reliability
·  Awarded developer of the year for quality & luxury
·  Before time delivery track record
·  Assured timely possession with penalty clause
·  Best prices in the area
·  No Escalation for unit sold
·  60% open landscaped area
·  Each and every apartment equipped with fire suppression system
·  Functional Golf Course nearby
·  Schools and Engineering College at walking Distance
·  Shopping malls & Multiplex with in the vicinity
·  Police station, petrol pump & CNG Station at walking distance
·  15 mins drive from Akshardham temple
·  25000 families already residing nearby
Book your Dream home today
Call us- 9268-57-9797
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