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Madison PR is now national media partner of Sobha

21-February-2017
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Madison PR is now national media partner of Sobha

Madison PR is now the pan-India media partner of Sobha, one of the fastest growing and foremost backward integrated real estate players in the country. The company has all the key competencies and in-house resources to deliver a project from conceptualization to completion.

Sobha is primarily focused on residential and contractual projects. The company’s residential projects include presidential apartments, villas, row houses, super luxury and luxury apartments, plotted developments, and aspirational homes.

In all its residential projects, the company places strong emphasis on environmental management, water harvesting, and highest safety standards. On the contractual projects side, the company has constructed a variety of structures for corporates including offices, convention centers, software development blocks, multiplex theatres, hostel facilities, guest houses, food courts, restaurants, research centers, and club houses.

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