The Township Life Awaits Your Family: Arvind Jain, Managing Director – Pride Group

Would you like to live in a township? Are you sick and tired of the anxiety, crime, pollution and other urban-related horrors and wish to adopt a more peaceful lifestyle surrounded by good friends and neighbours and the fundamental community values you grew up with? Then the integrated township life is definitely for you.
Shifting to an integrated township is always an exciting experience. After all, you are opening up an entirely new way of living for your family. What can be more comforting that the prospect of raising your children and caring for your elders in an environment of peace, serenity, safety and ultimate convenience?
Whatever your motives are for shifting to a township, you and your family are going to bid farewell to the cramped, polluted and stressful inner city life and are going to enjoy life in brand news ways.
An integrated township is a haven for those people who earnestly desire to reside in a peaceful and quiet community. Integrated townships have zero crime rates, a significantly reduced density of population, quiet neighbourhoods, very low and highly organized traffic and the lowest possible pollution levels. Living in a township makes for a gratifying lifestyle, because all the goods and services that you and your family need to live comfortably are immediately available.
More and more families in cities like Mumbai and Pune now prefer to live in this sort of environment. In fact, the lifestyle value that integrated townships offer extends from the youngest to the oldest members in a family.
Superior, safer and more engaging facilities for children make them the ideal place to grow up in. The availability of transport, shopping and conveniences within easy reach make them an answered prayer for working family members. And the serenity of green open spaces, facilities for community activities, security and healthcare make integrated townships the most desirable retirement destinations.
Importantly, integrated townships completely negate the possibility of unanticipated constructions in open areas – a major pain point for people who bought homes with a view in other areas only to see these views obscured by a new project later on.
These many factors combine to make homes in integrated townships the most enduring residential options, and investment instruments that maintain incrementally grow their value over their entire lifecycle.
About The Author

Arvind Jain is Managing Director of The Pride Group, a world-class property development conglomerate that is changing the cityscapes of Pune, Mumbai and Bangalore. Established in 1996, The Pride Group has built and delivered over 10 million sq.ft. Pride Group is now launching a 400+ integrated township in Charoli, Pune.