The ongoing residential project of Skyline Builders in Cheranalloor, Kochi, Skyline Synergy is designed to have one hundred and forty-one apartment units comprising both 2 and 3 bedroom flats ranging from 1135 to 1737 square feet. It is one of the go-to residential areas of Cochin, which is developing to rival some of the other such areas of the city.
Skyline Synergy is home to a prime location with plenty of educational institutes, super specialty hospitals, public establishments, and some of the top shopping malls. To be specific, it is nearest to the CIMAR Hospital, Saint James Church, and the Bagavathy Temple. Only a short drive away resides Lulu International Shopping Mall (4 kilometers), Aster Medcity, Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences, Marine Drive (11 kilometers), and the Kochi Metro station in Edapally. In fact, even the Cochin International Airport at Nedumbassery resides just 22 kilometers apart from Skyline Synergy.
The high-rise project of Skyline Builders, which is spread across 1.5 acres of landscaped property, has sufficient cross ventilation. It also has state-of-the-art amenities, which residents in future will seek from a distinguished builder like Skyline. Staying in one of these luxury apartments will give you accesses to best in class amenities, including a swimming pool, an open badminton court, intercom facility, a multipurpose recreational hall, home theater with full air conditioning, fitness center, and round the clock security with the addition of surveillance cameras placed in common areas of Skyline Synergy.
Living in one of these 2 and 3 bedroom flats in Cheranalloor will improve your standard of living, also because the residential project is situated in a well-developed area in Cochin. The Tier II city is home to one of the most developed infrastructural project that is Kochi Metro. In fact, most of the high-rise residential projects from some of the top builders in Kochi are fast-tracked before the metro system became officially a part of the city’s skyline, and Synergy is not exempt to that norm either.
This project was started at a time, which precedes the Kochi Metro project got flagged off by the Chief Minister of Kerala, Pinarayi Vijayan, back in early 2017 along the presence of honorable Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other notable dignitaries.