Saranya G M Paradise is one of the popular residential developments in AECS Layout, neighborhood of Bangalore. It is among the completed projects of its Builder. It has lavish yet thoughtfully designed residences.
Saranya Group was incepted in the Vision of developing and constructing Residential Apartments and Commercial Complexes in and around Bengaluru. As the tagline “Live complete " indicates, Saranya Group believes in providing its clients with unique homes with live neighborhoods. It also believes in offering the best residential and commercial spaces with world class facilities to the clients.
The group has constructed over 3,80,000 sq. ft. which includes 300 units of 6 residential spaces. The vision is to make best of what they can and offer you excellent quality at affordable prices.
The developments by Saranya Group includes Sharanya Arcade in Kasavanahalli, Bangalore, it offers you ready to occupy 2BHK & 3BHK apartments for sale in Bangalore. The development in Marathahalli Saranya Samruddhi offers you lavishly designed 2BHK apartments for sale in Marathahalli, Bangalore.
Saranya Group has an outstanding and pivotal Technical Team, which consists of Engineers, Architects, and Executives who help surpass customer expectations continuously, with best and unmatched designs and infrastructure that they create. Saranya Group is a constant growth-oriented company delivering excellent quality of work with exceptional customer service through appropriate planning & execution to build enduring mutual trust & satisfaction among our patrons and workforces. It believes in building a strong and trustworthy relationship with its customers and growing the company to be a pioneer in the industry.
Saranya group constructs lively and finest quality products of Residential and Commercial Spaces at prime sectors with excellent facilities at an affordable cost in assured time which gives true value to our customers.
Number of Completed Projects: 2
Number of Ongoing Projects: 1
Number of Upcoming Projects: 0
Year of Incorporation: 2005