Friday, 25 June 2010 20:01

Bearys Group comes up with a ‘Turning Point’ for Mangalore!

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Mangalore, June 25: Bearys Group, builders of ‘His Grace’, the iconic landmark of Mangalore and many other award winning projects have now come up with ‘Bearys Turning Point’ a first of its kind condominium lifestyle project that combines the modernity of a multi-level neighbouring with the vibrancy of an integrated development in Deralakatte, a prominent medical and IT suburb – the emerging educational hub of Mangalore.

Addressing a press meet here on Friday, June 25, Syed Mohamed Beary, Managing Director of Bearys Group said that unlike other construction firms, Bearys Group resorts to high quality work besides adhering to laws and regulations in its construction activities. “Green sustainable architecture is the hallmark of all Beary Projects”, he remarked.


Explaining about the new project, he said that a grand residential space plays host to studio units and 1,2,3 & 4 bedroom apartments and commercial space with various facilities. For the community Bearys Turning Point provides an unparalleled ‘Learn-Live-Walk-to-Work’ environment thereby increasing the Green Footprint.


The project will be launched on June 27, at TMA Pai International Conventional Centre, MG Road by Krishna J Palemar, the District-In-charge Minister. Mahapara Ali, Chief General Manager (Corporation Excellence), State Bank of India will be the chief guest. N Vinay Hegde, Chancellor of NITTE University, K Gopalkrishnan, Associate Vice President of Infosys Technologies Ltd will be guests of honour. Y Mohammed Kunhi, Chairman of Yenepoya University, Rev. Fr. Patrick Rodrigous, Director of Fr. Muller Medical College, Nalin Kumar Kateel, MP, U T Khader, MLA and many other dignitaries will be present.

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Mangalore, June 25: Bearys Group, builders of ‘His Grace’, the iconic landmark of Mangalore and many other award winning projects have now come up with ‘Bearys Turning Point’ a first of its kind condominium lifestyle project that combines the modernity of a multi-level neighbouring with the vibrancy of an integrated development in Deralakatte, a prominent medical and IT suburb – the emerging educational hub of Mangalore.

Addressing a press meet here on Friday, June 25, Syed Mohamed Beary, Managing Director of Bearys Group said that unlike other construction firms, Bearys Group resorts to high quality work besides adhering to laws and regulations in its construction activities. “Green sustainable architecture is the hallmark of all Beary Projects”, he remarked.

Explaining about the new project, he said that a grand residential space plays host to studio units and 1,2,3 & 4 bedroom apartments and commercial space provides lifestyle amenities such as large retail mall, multiplex, auditorium, restaurant, food courts, swimming pool, health spa and more. For the community Bearys Turning Point provides an unparalleled ‘Learn-Live-Walk-to-Work’ environment thereby reducing the Green Footprint.

The project will be launched on June 27, at TMA Pai International Conventional Centre, MG Road by Krishna J Palemar, the District-In-charge Minister. Mahapara Ali, Chief General Manager (Corporation Excellence), State Bank of India will be the chief guest. N Vinay Hegde, Chancellor of NITTE University, K Gopalkrishnan, Associate Vice President of Infosys Technologies Ltd will be guests of honour. Y Mohammed Kunhi, Chairman of Yenepoya University, Rev. Fr. Patrick Rodrigous, Director of Fr. Muller Medical College, Nalin Kumar Kateel, MP, U T Khader, MLA and many other dignitaries will be present.

 

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Like [0]Dislike [0] #2 , Doha, Qatar2010-06-27
Wishing The Best of Luck And Success to the Beary's Group.Inshallah...Hope this Project Turns out to be a Point of Graceful living in Managlore.
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Like [2]Dislike [0] #1 , Riyadh, KSA2010-06-25
Good luck beary's..hope this project will be succesful as usual
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