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    Print is to real estate what TV is to FMCG: Viral Oza

    Travel through any major highway and one will find them dotted with huge hoardings announcing some housing project or the other. Traditionally, the real estate sector has been a major advertiser in Out of Home. Along with OOH, Print, too, has been playing an important component of the media mix for the real estate sector.

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    Smart cities must begin with citizens, not from above:Industry

    MUMBAI: Calling for a bottom-up approach and not a top-down policy as of now, industry leaders have called for more and more engagement with citizens while designing and developing smart cities. While underlining that each smart city is unique, L&T Construction chief marketing officer Joy Rajan Cheruvathoor argued that "each smart city is unique and a cookie cutter approach does not work to design them.

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    In conversation with Mr Abhishek Lodha, MD, Lodha Developers

    2017 was a year of change. GST, RERA and interest subsidy for affordable homes up to 4 percent came into effect. Affordable housing got a major boost being granted the infrastructure status. But a lot has to be done for the real estate sector.

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    Backed by NRI demand, some realty firms stick to luxury projects

    Bengaluru: In the middle of a real estate slowdown when most builders have turned to affordable housing projects, some continue to bet on luxury homes, backed by demand from ultra-rich buyers and non-resident Indians (NRI). A handful of established, well-capitalized developers in Mumbai, the National Capital Region (NCR), Bengaluru and Pune are focusing on such projects, while the majority stick to mid-income or affordable homes.

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    Lodha group revives IPO plans; looks to raise Rs 3000-6000 cr

    Realty major Lodha Developers has revived plans to launch an initial public offer (IPO) and will soon approach market regulator Sebi with a fresh prospectus as it looks to raise Rs 3,000 to Rs 6,000 crore including by pre-IPO placement of shares.

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    Lodha Developers buy land in Mumbai's Jogeshwari suburb from Patel Engineering

    Mumbai: Lodha Developers Pvt. Ltd (LDPL) has bought 5 acres of prime land in Mumbai's Jogeshwari suburb from Patel Engineering Ltd for Rs376 crore, two people familiar with the development said. "The deal, which will be signed on Thursday, is part of the implementation of the Scheme for Sustainable Structuring of Stressed Assets (S4A) in the company," said one of the two people, a senior banker.

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    Pablo Picasso's masterpiece finds space in Lodha family's upscale Mumbai home

    The Lodhas have purchased a Pablo Picasso painting, which will be loaned for display at their new luxury building A new celebrity is taking up residence at Altamount Road in Mumbai - Pablo Picasso. The Lodha family's new luxury building will be home to a Pablo Picasso painting - 'La Plage, Juan-les-Pins'.

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    Lodha Group to mentor real estate start-ups at township project

    Partners Zone Startups India; sets aside ?50-crore initial corpus Real estate firm Lodha Developers is looking to mentor start-ups at its township Palava City. To give a fillip to the same, the company has joined hands with Zone Startups India, an accelerator operated by Toronto-based Ryerson Futures.

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