This prestigious project is located in the dream capital of AP, Amaravati. Occupying an area of 14.46 acres, this luxurious haven is designed in a way that modern architecture meets the cultural setting. Fine detailing has been the priority making it apt for the diverse and modern contemporary lifestyle. It consists of 12 blocks of 19 floors each having 2 BHK and 3 BHK apartments.
This is a unique government project, where for the first time in the country, the design went through the scrutiny of “Happy Cities” international team, through participation of GPPL team in workshops and consultation, and core recommendations were adopted in the design to make Happy Nest, as the first project having Happy Cities tag. Internationally reputed contractors were taken on board through the appropriate process and there was an overwhelming response from international clients.
With a total of 2 million sft. built up area, the apartment blocks nestle amongst finely designed landscape spaces that occupy 75% area on ground uniquely placed in two levels, purposely created to deal with the problem of high-water table.
Lower level landscape caters to 1+ km. length of fitness trail, that winds through an array of active play areas like tennis, basketball, physical fitness centres, children play spaces that skilfully blend passive recreation spaces into it.
Upper level landscape again has a fitness trail of near 1 km., community gathering spaces, overhang decks and social gathering spaces along with dense local micro forest spaces. Landscape on natural ground is skilfully managed in design at two levels. Vehicle circulation is controlled without compromising on the fire tender route, and fewer clash points were achieved between pedestrian and vehicle traffic.
Open areas have been articulated to have large tracts of natural earth areas in the central area to cater to the envisioned dense green setting Different Linear open spaces that connect the two large open spaces are developed as an urban promenade. Amenities and facilities are planned according to scale of development to present this project as a trend setter.