Piramal Vaikunth is Thane’s new residential landmark. Its pioneering design lets residents experience the restorative power of nature while enjoying the luxuries of modern living.
Meticulously designed lifestyle amenities give residents a multisensory connection with their environment. Biophilic design restores the innate bond between people and their environment.
Residents step out onto 5 kilometres of nature trails to explore the hills and dense foliage right on their doorstep. They can walk or bike on these trails, laze on a rock and listen to flowing streams.
Native flora and fauna
A canopy of ancient banyan and ashoka trees provide shade along the promenades. Exotic birds, bees and butterflies nest on the flowering trees and plants found all around the estate.
Unstructured play areas
Unstructured playgrounds for adding to children’s imagination and development.
Promenades and parks
Wander on the promenades or laze under the sun in parks that bloom with rich varieties of indigenous and colourful flowers.
Vehicle-free community areas
An underground parking lot holds all the cars and its roof is a garden with vibrant flowers and leafy plants. With no motorised traffic in the grounds, Piramal Vaikunth becomes a pollution-free zone.
The beautiful streams
Beautiful and pristine, these streams turn the grounds into a water paradise in the rainy season. Residents can walk alongside meandering brooks and over bridges.
The natural gradient of the landscape encourages rainwater harvesting. As the monsoon cloaks the city, rainwater is collected by bioswales and used to maintain the beautiful grounds of the estate.
A 60,000 sq. ft. community centre inspires a healthy and wholesome lifestyle. The centre houses a world-class gym, a state-of-the-art swimming pool, squash courts and badminton courts. Residents can exercise, socialize and unwind in this space.
Spiritual centre for higher learning
The same community spirit that saw ancient villages built around a church or temple is maintained here. Three acres have been dedicated to the creation of an ISKON centre of spiritual learning. Accessible to the public through a separate entrance, the centre ensures spiritual wellbeing is catered to.
Nestled between trees, this is a space where residents and visitors relax over a cup of coffee. Vaikunth gallery has a café, library and playroom, a banquet hall and guest suites.