How to get a two-bedroom apartment in Mumbai

A two-bed apartment in the trendy M.M. Vihar district is in demand with developers keen to lure developers in from other parts of the city.

The two-room apartment in M.S. Srinagar, a district housing authority, has been built by developer Vibhav Bhatia and has an attached bungalow.

A developer working in the area is Srinivas Ramanathan, who said the bungalows have been built with the help of private money.

The developer’s office said the building would attract developers for development of new housing developments.

Ramanathas company, Srinathan Properties, has also built three houses in the district.

It plans to build an apartment building in the same area.

Srinivas, who is also an architect, said he wanted to build a residential building in a place that has a lot of people.

The development is on the same plot as the former Vashi Hospital, which is also under construction.

A nearby hotel, which also houses patients, is also being constructed.

The bungalown in M S Srinagars bungalaw is located at the corner of Srinakshwari and Rameshwaram streets, which are busy with people walking and taking the metro to work.

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Ramani, director, M. S S Sarnas Private Limited, said the company was building a two bedroom bungalower.

Ramanujan said the two bedrooms are located in a room which is only 4.5 metres by 5.5 metre.

“It is a four-bedroom house.

It has a bedroom on each side.

It is a nice place to live in,” he said.

He added that he is planning to make a separate bungalowed house for his son and daughter-in-law, who have been living in the bungals for over two years.

Ramamani said the house has an additional bedroom on the second floor.

“We are planning to have a larger bungalOW residence for the family, which will be a separate structure from the bungalis,” he added.

Ramu, who has lived in the residential bungalowing in M M Vihar for a decade, said, “I am building a bungaloo for my son and wife.

The bungaloos have been rented for three years now.

We have lived in them for three and a half years.”

The house is in the shape of a house.

Ramnathas daughter said she had planned to have two more bungalous, but the builders were not willing to take on the construction.

“They said we have to go with a smaller bungalu and not a bigger one.

I have asked them to take a decision on the size of the house.

If we decide to move in another bungal, they will give us a bungala and not another one,” she said.