In what is perhaps the biggest property deal for custom parking signs australia, as many as 28 housing units worth Rs 1,238 crore have been bought by family members and associates of D’Mart founder Radhakrishna Damani in Mumbai, registration documents accessed by Zapkey.com showed.
This comes close on the heels of a provision in the 2023 Budget announced a few days back that was expected to have an impact on the sale of uber luxury properties from April 1. A Rs 10-crore cap has been imposed on the reinvestment of capital gains from the sale of long-term assets, including housing property. No such cap is applicable at the moment.
All the transactions were registered on February 3, 2023.
The buyers have purchased the apartments in Tower B of Three Sixty West located on Annie Besant Road in Worli, Mumbai. The seller is builder Sudhakar Shetty, who had partnered with real estate developer Vikas Oberoi to redevelop the project.
Most of these apartments have a carpet area of of 5,000 sq ft, and cost Rs 40-50 crore on average.
Sudhakar Shetty’s company Skylark Buildcon, which is a partner in this project, had taken a loan of Rs 1,000 crore from DHFL (now Piramal Finance) in 2019 at an interest rate of 14.22 percent and a tenure of 72 months (48-month moratorium and 24-month repayment period). Units in Oberoi 360 West were provided as collateral, per data provided by Propstack.
“We can expect many more luxury home deals to be registered before March 31, 2023, before the new provision kicks in,” said Sandeep Reddy, Founder, Zapkey.com.
On February 4, Mumbai-based Oberoi Realty said in a regulatory filing that in December 2022, its shareholders had approved the purchase or acquisition of residential premises in the project Three Sixty West constructed by Oasis Realty, for up to Rs 4,000 crore. It was a material related party transaction, it added.
Oberoi Realty said the company had concluded the purchase or acquisition of residential premises in the project. The company said it had purchased a total carpet area of 5,23,039 sq ft.
The total number of units purchased is 63, while the total amount of consideration paid by the company is Rs 3,403 crore.
“Consequently, the company has also recovered its entire funding towards construction cost and other deposits, as well as its share of profit, from Oasis Realty,” it said in a regulatory filing.
The stamp duty for the purchase of the units will be available for set off to the subsequent buyer of such units for all sales that will be effected in the next three years, it said.
Three Sixty West by Oberoi Realty is a project that contains 4BHK and 5BHK units. It comprises two towers, one of which will house The Ritz-Carlton Hotel and the other will have luxury residences managed by the global hospitality chain. The sea-view project presumably gets its name because its height is 360 metres, and all apartments face the west.