Skyline Brown is adjacent to two of the prominent IT business parks in Kakkanad, but its unique selling proposition is not just centered around that. The luxury apartment project is the 7th in a series of apartments from one of the distinguished builders based in Cochin namely Skyline Builders. The “Skyline Ivy League” is a grand project from the builder that consists of seven high-rise projects, including Skyline Brown.
The apartment project of the Cochin-based builder borders the large IT parks namely InfoPark, which is situated around 1.5 kilometers from the site, and SmartCity a bit further away from that IT business park. It is a skyscraper that spans up to twenty-three floors and has opulence in terms of interiors. Skyline Builders even said that they have plans to place a Helipad on top of the project.
Skyline Brown is meticulously designed and has spacious rooms and balconies with views to verdant greenery in the large property that spans 8.5 acres. Note that there are many other apartment projects of the builder within that plot. In fact, the Skyline Ivy League property is billed as a “township” that includes supermarket for quick shopping, a badminton court, and several other amenities that can be classified as “luxury” class.
When it comes to the construction, Skyline Brown is a high-rise with 184 flats in both 2 and 3 BHK configurations, ranging from 1039 to 1695 square feet. Many techies and corporate professionals work in the business IT parks in the nearby area, so one can only imagine the kind of fast-tracked development it has. Of course, the IT parks offer both indirect and direct jobs to those looking for opportunities in Cochin, and that only leads to the kind of migration the city has been experiencing over the recent years. This only makes a demand for high-rise apartments and other kinds of residential projects from the best builders in Cochin.
Skyline Builders even suggests that investors in the real estate segment can opt to rent out the apartment and create a source of income via rentals. However, its primary objective remains pretty much the same as an affluent housing: to give people a place to live and build families and careers.