Project AddressSurvey No 28/1, Doddabele Village, Kengeri Hobli Taluk , Bangalore
Sales TypeNew Property
Last Updated On05- 04-2017
Overview of VBHC Palmhaven
VBHC Palmhaven by VBHCis the vast and well constructed projects for the residential purposes. It is located in the beautiful and luxurious place Kengeri. For the family members, 1 BHK and 2 BHK is the ultimate and excellent option to live. It comes with the area 1 BHK of 416 - 540 sq. ft and 2 BHK of 726 - 728 sq. ft. surely you will get the luxurious and excellent amenities like 24 hour power backup, security, parks. These apartments are located near to airport, bus stop and various commercial places like shopping complex, hospitals, parks, schools. The developers are leading in the real estate industry and fully aware about the modern architectural designs.
VBHC Value Homes Private Limited (formerly known as Value and Budget Housing Corporation Private Limited) was founded and incorporated in July 2008 by former Chairman of Mphasis, Mr. Jaithirth (Jerry) Rao and former Consumer Banking Head of Citibank Mr. P. S. Jayakumar.
An amalgamation of people with rich and vast corporate experience from diverse backgrounds, VBHC believes that good quality living should be within everyone's reach and grasp. Landmark projects in Mumbai, NCR, Bengaluru and Chennai are testimony to this belief. Recently, we opened an international office in Dubai to serve customers across the Middle East and other parts of the world.
VBHC applies contemporary building technology, computer-aided design methods, a lean manufacturing process and ingenious industrial engineering processes to deliver affordable housing. Exceptional quality of construction, a transparent buying experience, speedy completion and delivery at low cost forms the hallmark of VBHC.
With prestigious investors, such as, HDFC, IFC, Carlyle, Van Herk Groep, Daiwa Group, and Caspian Advisers, VBHC has large-scale expansion plans, and promises to deliver 18,000 homes in the next few years as the company expands its footprint across India