DLF will soon enter the Mumbai market even as the company is finalising plans to monetise its land bank in Nagpur and Pune, DLF’s newly appointed chief executive, Ashok Tyagi told investors on Tuesday.
“Tulsiwadi in Mumbai is something we are looking to monetise and we feel now is the right time to take it to the market. We are talking to both the shareholders,” Tyagi said.With a development potential of 9 lakh sq ft and a premium location, the company is expected to launch high-end residential towers by the end of this fiscal.
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