Nov 2019 , by , in Interviews

CoEvolve Estates (formerly Asset Builders) established in 2005, has carved a niche in the Bengaluru real estate market, having delivered over 1.5 million square feet of living spaces across luxury villas, apartments, budget homes, sustainable green buildings and plotted developments.

With an enviable track record of ‘ahead of schedule’ delivery of all their projects, CoEvolve Estates has employed a lot of path breaking initiatives towards sustainable development reaping not only short term benefits for the immediate user, but also long term rewards for generations to come.

The company is foraying into commercial space with two tech parks of over a million square feet and is also looking at the fast growing Co-Living space. In the residential space it has a project pipeline of over 2 million sft.

CoEvolve Northern Star

CoEvolve Northern Star is a Zero Water Discharge community, which is the need of the hour in a city like Bengaluru. This flagship project is a ready-to-occupy IGBC. Platinum rated green building at Thanisandra, North Bengaluru. The emphasis is on ‘Circular Living’, based on the principle that no resource is wasted and all waste produced is considered a valuable resource in itself.

“Our objective is to provide truly sustainable energy efficient future-forward homes at an affordable price point. We work with a lot of young companies who are invested in the concept of a sustainable future. Our buildings give excellent green features at practically no extra cost, also saving money in the long run through the host of energy and water efficient features. Our hope is that more people and especially our fellow builders wake up to the responsibility towards our planet. We want to truly capture the essence of Circular living without wasting resources. The principles we are adopting today will become the order of the day going forward, once regulations are in place to construct with the environment as the top priority.” Suhail Rahman – MD & CEO – CoEvolve Estates Pvt. Ltd.

The community saves around 25.2 million litres of fresh water and over 3 lakh units of electricity annually through sustainable features like 100% recycling of water, water efficient plumbing fixtures, IoT based sensors to measure quantity and quality of water usage, rain water harvesting, energy efficient pumps and elevators, motion sensors for common area, high performance glass on windows, windmills and solar panels to name a few. The Sewage Treatment Plant uses a completely natural process.

The project has been featured in a United Nations report – ‘Enabling Policies for Financing Water Related Sustainable Development Goals’ as a case study – ‘Crafting Communities for Change in a Megacity’.

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