Urbana Jewels

Urbana Jewels is the largest private sector condominium project in Rajasthan. Spread across 20 acres, the project will have 1,200 apartments housed in 7 elegantly designed blocks, each having 10 floors in the sky. Built in accordance with global best practices and standards, and in compliance with Jaipur Development Authority rules and regulations.and built with the best materials loke Tata Steel, Ambuja Cement, Ultratech, Supreme Industries, Somany, Siemens, Kone etc. It is Approved for Finance by: All Leading Banks. Over 75% of the total area - around 16 acres - is open to the sky and is being beautifully landscaped by Site Concepts International, Singapore. It has a centrally air conditioned state of art Club House spread in 35,000 sq. ft. area consisitg of double height badminton court, squash court, table tennis, pool tables, card room, library, children play area, café, restuarant, banquet halls, swimming pool, cricket pitches, tennis courts etc. The project has several unique s

Units Detail & floor Plan

Type Description Bedroom(s) Size (sq. ft.) Price (Rs.) Floor Plan
Builder / Independent Residential Floor Apartment / Flats 2 + 2 Toilets 2 Bedroom(s) 1450 sq. ft. Indian Rupee Sign View Floor Plan
Builder / Independent Residential Floor Apartment / Flats 3 + 3 Toilets 3 Bedroom(s) 2000 sq. ft. Indian Rupee Sign View Floor Plan
A group promoted by professional Chartered Accountants, Businessmen with proven track record and experience in real estate sector. At Urbana Group pride ourselves on doing things the way they were meant to be. Our commitment is evident through our actions: Have received all state and central clearances required by the project such as Fire Fighting NOC, Ground Water Clearance, Environment Clearance, NOC from Water Pollution Control Board etc. Have constructed this complex in accordance with the best global practices and standards, in compliance with all Jaipur Development Authority rules and regulations. Are setting up a separate water treatment plant, which will ensure adequate potable water. Are investing in rainwater harvesting mechanisms to recharge precious groundwater resources. Are commissioning state-of-the-art waste and sewage treatment facilities so that we have a readily available supply of water for non-potable applications resulting in zero disharge. Are using only the best