White Lotus Lifescapes is a boutique real estate firm delivering spaces synonymous with contemporary architecture, opulent luxury & state-of-the-art technology.

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WHO ARE WE ?


Extraordinary ideas act as the base of innovation. They open doors to a world of possibilities. We are here to push the boundaries of sheer luxury. We are the future. We are White Lotus Lifescapes.

At White Lotus Lifescapes, our passion is to create breathtaking structures that personify graceful living. We are a boutique real estate company founded and managed by a team of young, zealous and passionate IIT alumnus, with a vision to take the construction industry to a complete new level.

PAVAN KUMARCO-FOUNDER & CEO

Pavan is a graduate from IIT-Madras. He has worked in various industries including IT, Management Consulting, Mergers and Acquisitions & Analytics. A successful track record of investing in Bangalore's Real Estate & Land Development has led him to start this venture.

His knack of spotting the trends & picking the right properties has enabled him to transform Land into Landmarks for the White Lotus Group and in turn create value for both customers & investors. He had a successful venture running in the Health & Fitness space. This is his second venture.

DEEPTICO-FOUNDER & CREATIVE HEAD

Deepti is a graduate from IIT-Delhi. She has worked with Infosys, handling some of their key customer accounts. Her passion of converting houses into 'homes' by her design and interiors touch for many projects in Bangalore & Delhi has led her to start this venture.

She adds life into the projects by handling the key aspects of design, interiors & landscaping and thus ensuring the projects turn into beautiful homes to live in. This is her second venture

 

WHITE LOTUS LIFESCAPES ENSURES:


Best-in-class construction technology Stringent quality control Superior finishes Routine checks In-time delivery

At White Lotus Lifescapes, our passion is to create breathtaking structures that personify graceful living. We are a boutique real estate company founded and managed by a team of young, zealous and passionate IIT alumnus, with a vision to take the construction industry to a complete new level.

WE ARE A CLASS APART!


We understand what privileged living means to modern-day connoisseurs. Our effort is to deliver the best through finest materials from the finest global brands. A home is a symbol of your success and our living spaces are meant to help you live life in regal splendor.

AN IMPORTED MODULAR KITCHEN
TEAK WOOD MAIN DOORS & WINDOW FRAMES WITH CLEAR GLASS
PRESSURIZED WATER BY INSTALLING HYDRO-PNEUMATIC PUMPS
2 COVERED CAR PARKS TO ACCOMMODATE YOUR LUXURY CARS


REACH US


# 947, "The Twelfth Main", 3rd Floor, 12th Main Rd, Indiranagar, Bangalore – 38
Phone No: +91 9538338888 Email: sales@whitelotusgroup.in


Hello! If you are facing a challenge reaching out to anyone in the company or would like to reach out to me directly or have some feedback to share, I would love to hear!

I would personally respond to it.

Warm Regards
Pavan Kumar




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09 Jul 2015

In a time when seeing water tankers drive into and out of apartment complexes is a common s...

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21 Jan 2015

Bangalore: For the past few years, the Indian realty market has witnessed a slow pace of de...

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09 Jul 2015

With IT companies booming and HNI individuals making the city their new paradise, Bengaluru...

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02 Feb 2015

Bangalore has one of the fastest growing real estate markets in India, in which luxury hous...

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Green building trends - Enjoying luxury responsibly


09 Jul 2015

In a time when seeing water tankers drive into and out of apartment complexes is a common sight, it’s no wonder that for some years now most reputed builders have water and energy management measures in place in their projects, and they stay abreast of the best and latest developments in both fields.

On the demand side, buyers too have started to ask builders regarding the smart and eco-friendly features their building designs have factored in. The savvy Indian buyer is aware today of such energy efficient systems as grey-water recycling, waste segregation and composting, and since it’s much more sensible and efficient to incorporate them at the building design stage itself, responsible and savvy builders are working them into the new projects they have on hand. The likes of Bengaluru's Prestige Group, are making sure that eco-friendly engineering and architecture and amenities are key highlights of their projects.

So when you’re in the market for a new property, be it a villa or apartment, ask about the following- even if you’re not an expert. Ascertain that the builder has a view point on resource management and that they’ve paid some heed to it when designing the project.

Materials

Ask about the quality of paints, sealants and adhesives used; you’re looking to hear words like ‘non-toxic’, ‘organic’ in response.

Build design

Check how much natural ventilation is provided for in the building plan. You may, and probably will, be installing air-con or your builder may even be providing it. But natural ventilation still counts in ensuring that its use is minimal, and the load placed on it as light as can be managed. Additionally, natural ventilation will ensure that the public and utility spaces of the building are well-aired.

Water management

In general, more than half the water consumed in a habitat is used for purposes other than cooking and direct consumption, filtering the remainder for re-use creates ‘grey-water’. Grey-water recycling is the practice of filtering the run-off from bathing, cooking and laundry and storing it for non-potable/non-drinking usage such as flushing toilets, watering gardens and washing cars.

Aside from this, ask your builder if the faucets and taps used across the project help to conserve water- one standard is a 1.5 gallons per minute (gpm) flow rate for taps and aerator-fitted taps that results in substantial water conservation across a large residential project.

Landscaping & rain water harvesting

Good landscaping and rainwater harvesting allows for maximum catchment of rainfall into storage tanks or recharge pits. Good down-guttering can also ensure that the run-off from terraces and balconies too ends up in storage or recharge pits. Basic filtration could be carried out, especially in the early days of a monsoon, to eliminate suspended particulate matter.

Energy-efficiency

Ask your builder if they rely on solar power at all – perhaps in the lighting up of public spaces. Also whether the kind of lighting installed (CFL, LED) is energy efficient.

These are just some of the measures that your builder can see to. A whole host of other measures lie in the hands of the homeowner, but you’re off to a good start if your builder has seen to the basics first. So ask your builder how far along the path to responsible resource-management he’s taken you, and the rest is up to you- enjoy your new home responsibly.




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Bangalore realty witnessed a Booming demand of Luxury Homes


21 Jan 2015

Bangalore: For the past few years, the Indian realty market has witnessed a slow pace of demand for Luxury Residential Property. However, during 2-3 years it has seen a surge in demand in Luxury housing. According to the recent report of JLL India real estate consultancy firm, Bangalore is the top ranked realty market in the luxury property segment.

Swell in the number of (HNI’s) High net worth individuals and Non Indian Residents, the advent of global lifestyle trends, the rapid pace of urbanization and intensification of service diligences such as financial services, technology and plunge of rupee value are the major reasons for the upsurge in demand of Luxury residential housing. The recent downfall of rupee value lured the NRI’s interest towards Indian property and it also encouraged many developers to launch an array of luxury and super luxury residential projects with exceptional facilities which are suitable for common mans budget.

In addition, NRIs are reassessing to move India as they feel these investments as a potential investment option with full-fledged facilities which are required for High end consumers.

The rise in luxury residential housing demand has given a new face to the Bangalore metropolitan city. The Indian Housing report says that the raise in demand is due to the increase of living standard and purchasing power and changing lifestyle, especially in metro cities like Bangalore. In 2014 Bangalore city witnessed a launch of about 35 luxury residential projects of 6000 units, in 2013 the market saw a launch of 18 projects of 4200 units and during 2012 and 2011 market saw a launch of 17 projects of 3800 units and11 projects of 1350 units.

In this market, there is a demand for both affordable housing and luxury residential housing. Pricing and demand depends on several factors such as type of amenities and facilities provided, location, access to prime localities, grade of material used for construction and specifications. Most of the prominent developers are coming up in localities such as Richmond Road, Vittala mallya Road, Sadashivnagar and other localities to turn as hot spots.

Bangalore has top ranked it by offering luxury apartments in the range of Rs 23,000 to 26,500 in localities like MG Road, katurba Road and Cunningham Road and the apartments in and around Rajajinagar, Yeshwantapur and Malleshwaram ranges Rs 6500 to Rs 18000 per sq ft.




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Luxury dream homes in Bengaluru might just sweep you off your feet!


09 Jul 2015

With IT companies booming and HNI individuals making the city their new paradise, Bengaluru is seeing a rise in the luxury housing segment, and how?

Recently, the city witnessed a launch of 35 new luxury residential projects as compared to 18 projects that came up in 2013. Certain places in Bengaluru have come to be the luxury dream home centres for many. The South neighbourhoods in prime cities have always been known to be the most posh areas locating HNI, NRI clients as well as celebrities. This legend is typically been carried forward even in Bangalore with areas like Whitefield (West), JP Nagar, Kanakpura Road, Hosur Road, Sarjapur Road and Bannerghatta Road in the south occupying the most number of residential project developments.

The trend has been such that areas closer to the airport and the forthcoming metro line are witnessing more footfalls. Examples of JP Nagar and Kanakpura Road can be cited here where the sale of properties is impelled by the upcoming metro line. On the other hand, areas in North Bangalore have attracted home buyers with their proximity to the airport.

The high-end home designs inspired by US and Singapore style apartments are in vogue in Bangalore besides the technical and trade facilities that the city has to offer. Nothing short of the lavish interiors these luxury homes are fit to be featured in lifestyle magazines. In short, these premier residences are something that could be an easy-connect with global luxury housing brands. Here is why:

Karle’s IT Park and Embassy’s Manyata Tech Park have boosted the tech developments in the area, adding to the availability of Special Economic Zones. These zones are known to administer better business and investment opportunities along with catering to employment needs. As obvious as it is, the globally competitive nature of the city’s ambience spurs the corporate, HNIs and highly professional individuals to make this city their new home and work destination.

Add to this plush golf gardens sprawling on several acres of land, infinity pools, pristine environment, grocery shopping options that would match the taste of a globe trotter, swanky health and sports clubs, recreational facilities for arts and other activities, et al - these luxury apartments are bursting with the imperial lifestyle that kings would boast of, had it been the 17th century. Or probably one they could never imagine! What more? They offer a holistic lifestyle with business conference centres, schools, medical facilities for ultimate peace of mind and superior offerings for basic necessities.

From projects starting at Rs. 49 lakhs at Electronic City to projects worth Rs. 11 crores at Nandi Hills, options in Bengaluru can make luxury aspirants feel spoilt for choice.

Long-lasting construction of global standards and interiors designed by renowned architects, these spacious luxury homes stand a class apart from a stereotypical concept of residential spaces. The swanky, coveted addresses too enjoy a neighbourhood away from the hustling-bustling of the usual city life, residing the who’s who of the town.




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Luxury Housing Trends in Bangalore


02 Feb 2015
Om Ahuja, CEO – Residential Services, JLL India


Bangalore has one of the fastest growing real estate markets in India, in which luxury housing is now one of the most vibrant and dynamic segments. The growing demand for luxury housing can be attributed to the rise in the number of HNWIs, the rapid pace of urbanisation, the influx of global lifestyle trends and the fast growth of service industries such as technology and financial services, which are propelling many middle-income group individuals into the HNWIs bracket. In 2014, Bangalore city witnessed the launch of around 35 luxury residential projects offering around 6000 units, as compared to 18 projects offering a total of 4200 units in 2013. During 2012, the market saw the launch of 17 such projects with 3800 units. The trend was quite different in 2010-‘11 – in 2010, the market saw the launch of 950 units from eight projects and in 2011, 11 projects offering 1350 units were launched.

Bangalore Luxury Housing Hotspots:
Palace Road Lalbaugh Road Frazer Town Indiranagar Koramangala Whitefield Sanjaynagar Hebbal Thanisandra Road Rajajinagar Yeshwanthpur
Growing Demand

The growing demand for luxury housing can be attributed to the rise in the number of HNWIs, the rapid pace of urbanisation, the influx of global lifestyle trends and the fast growth of service industries such as technology and financial services, which are propelling many middle-income group individuals into the HNWIs bracket. Also, growing interest from Non-Resident Indian (NRI) buyers’ in investing in luxury housing and encouraged more reputed developers to launch projects with exceptional facilities.

Accent On Luxury Facilities

In recent times, most buyers have been seeking quality products, and this is compelling developers to come up with luxury projects in conjunction with global property developers and architects. To attract buyers, developers are now trying out a variety of new products in the luxury housing segment, including Singapore-and US-style apartments, homes that are similar to plush hotels and branded luxury residences.

Developers are also increasingly adding exceptional facilities including golf greens, schools, independent swimming pools, shopping centers, indoor arenas, piped gas, meeting rooms, concierge desks, gymnasiums and similar lifestyle accoutrements. Spacious luxury apartments also invariably include top-quality interiors, bathroom fittings and kitchen decor, often using imported materials. Thus, the desirability index of upcoming projects depends significantly on their lifestyle offerings and exclusivity.

Indicative Price Range For Luxury Housing In Bangalore:
Central Bangalore – Rs. 16,000 to 36,000/sq.ft. North Bangalore – Rs. 7,000 to 14,000/sq.ft. South Bangalore – Rs. 7,000-12,000/sq.ft. East Bangalore – Rs. 7,000 to 12,000/sq.ft. West Bangalore – Rs. 6,500 to 10,000/sq.ft.



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