Amrapali’s 52 units completed by NBCC in Noida and Greater Noida up for sale

The residential units include five villas and 27 penthouses and six commercial properties with prices ranging from around Rs 64 lakh to Rs 2.04 crore; applications open until March 10

The Supreme Court has been hearing the Amrapali matter every Monday.

The Supreme Court has been hearing the Amrapali matter every Monday.

As many as 52 units, 46 of them residential and six commercial, spread across Amrapali projects in Noida and Greater Noida, are up for sale, sources told Moneycontrol.

The units have been completed by the state-run company NBCC tasked by the Supreme Court to complete the pending works. The amount expected to be realised from the sale of these units is around Rs 56 crore, they said.

The residential units include five villas and 27 penthouses with prices ranging from around Rs 64 lakh to Rs 2.04 crore. Six commercial units are also on sale.

“Applications are open until March 10 and the booking amount is Rs 5 lakh,” sources said, adding that the results of the offline draw would be announced in the month of March itself.

“All the residential and commercial units will be complete by March. The price of these ready-to-move-in units is close to circle rates in the area,” they said.

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These units are spread across projects such as Sapphire 1 in Sector 45, Noida; Sapphire 2 in Sector 45 Noida; Platinum, Sector 119, Noida; Zodiac, Sector 120, Noida; Silicon City 1, Sector 76, Noida; Dream Valley villas, Tech Zone IV, Greater Noida and Silicon City 2, Sector 76, Noida.

An Individual who has attained the age of majority whether an Indian citizen or a foreign citizen of Indian origin of  21 years on the date of submission of application and possessing valid PAN No. issued by Income Tax Department can apply. Joint application with any one joint applicant is permitted.

The court had in 2019 asked the government’s construction arm to finish and deliver 38,159 flats by 2023 after several homebuyers sought its intervention, complaining about years of delay in handing over of their homes.

The SC on October 13 had permitted the court receiver to incorporate a special purpose vehicle (SPV) to enable flow of funds from SBICap for completion of unfinished projects. It is for this reason that the company Amrapali Stalled Projects Investments Reconstruction Establishment (ASPIRE) has been floated. It consists of court receiver, forensic auditor and chartered accountant. It is a not-for-profit company under Section 8 of Companies Act, 2013.

ASPIRE announced the sale of the units through an open draw on February 7, 2021. The application form can be accessed on receiveramrapali.in or www.nbccindia.com

The size of the residential units varies from 1,180 sq ft to 4,195 sq ft and that of the commercial properties from 355 sq ft to 600 sq ft.

Unused Floor Area Ratio (FAR) of two projects at Noida and unused FAR of five projects in Greater Noida is also expected to be put on sale soon, the officials said.

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Amrapali Group Projects have 46,575 apartments, of which 8,416 units are occupied. As many as 38,159 units are under execution by NBCC and these include 5,229 unsold apartments.

Of the 38,159 units, 1,031 have been completed by NBCC, which handed over two projects of 618 units in late 2019.

NBCC is the project management consultant for the Amrapali projects and is responsible for the quality and timely completion of work.

As for the amount that is expected to be realised from the sale of 5,229 unsold units, sources said it would be around Rs 2,400 crore.

The total cost of completing all stuck projects by Amrapali Group is approximately Rs 8,500 crore. NBCC is executing these projects as PMC and would get 8 percent as fees. It is not using its funds, which are being facilitated by a receiver appointed by the Supreme Court.

The main source of funds is the pending dues — around Rs 3,870 crore —from the owners of the apartments that have been sold and Rs 3,000 crore, the worth of unsold residential units. The remaining amount will accrue from sold and unsold commercial units, sale of FAR, surrendered or attached flats and the sale of Amrapali Group’s attached properties.

SBI Cap is also funding Rs 650 crore for six projects to bridge the temporary liquidity gap. 

On October 29, 2020, the Supreme Court allowed NBCC to sell unsold Amrapali flats.

Those who buy the units completed by NBCC would get a clean title, legal experts have said. “NBCC will be selling these units on behalf of the Supreme Court. The tripartite agreement would be signed between the court receiver, Noida or Greater Noida Authority and the buyer. An association will immediately take over the management or the maintenance of the project,” said Mihir Kumar, an advocate who specialises in real estate.

More than 40,000 homebuyers invested in various Amrapali projects, most of which are in Noida and Greater Noida, more than eight years ago. NBCC has already completed and handed over two stalled projects.

On July 23, 2019, the top court cancelled the registration of the Amrapali Group under the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016, and ousted it from its prime properties in NCR by nixing land leases for breaching buyers’ trust.
Vandana Ramnani
first published: Feb 8, 2021 01:26 pm

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