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Real Estate Projects Should Have Inbuilt Sports Infra To Create Future
Accommodation Times  |  April 2, 2019

Rohit Sharma NOIDA

Ace Olympian boxer Mary Kom on Sunday said Indian real estate sector should have in-built sports infrastructure in housing projects to create a perfect platform for young athletes.

 

She was speaking at the unveiling of Boxing Ring for kids at Happy Trails project by ATS HomeKraft in Greater Noida (West).

 

The company launched its first project Happy Trails in May 2018, which became India’s fastest selling project with 550 apartments, clocking sales of Rs 300+ crores.

 

“We need to focus on generating interest for sports along with the right infrastructure within the housing premises. Having sports infrastructure within one’s society will help parents to introduce their kids to a variety of sports at a young age,” said Mary Kom.

 

“Sport is a critical aspect for holistic development of any child and we wanted to ensure that residents in our project get top class boxing facility for their children. It will help many children to learn and train within the safety and within and security of their homes,” Prasoon Chauhan, CEO, HomeKraft said.

 

HomeKraft is the mid-income housing brand of ATS Group. ATS Group, founded by Getamber Anand in 1998.