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Ireo The Grand Arch

IREO Grand Arch, is part of a 700+ acre township called the IREO City, located at the Golf Course Road Extension on 60 meter wide sector road, in Sector-58. The construction is being done by L&T and follow the Shear Wall Construction concept. The Shear Wall Construction method ensures a completely brick less structure, and hence delivering a quality finish and a seepage free product for the lifetime. A lot of thought has gone into planning The Grand Arch. Unlike most developments, The Grand Arch has a very Multi-dimensional feel to it, as the towers are well placed, and of different heights (4 Towers of G+7, 4 Towers of G+29 and 1 Tower of G+22). Also, there are plenty of open spaces & landscaped gardens, giving each resident a sense of space & freedom.

Ireo The Grand Arch Floor Plans

Ireo The Grand Arch Price

Type Size (SF) Rate (PSF) Basic Price
2 BHK 1375 12000 1.65 Cr
2 BHK+ST(Duplex) 1600 10500 2.68 Cr
3 BHK + Servant 2156 12000 2.59 Cr
3 BHK + Servant 2164 12000 2.60 Cr
3 BHK + Servant(Iconic) 2427 12000 2.91 Cr
3 BHK + Servant 2882 12000 3.46 Cr
4 BHK + Servant 2864 12000 3.44 Cr

Amenities & Features

Club House

Meditation centre


Swimming pool

Sports Facidivty

kids play area


Power Backup

24x7 Water Supply

Covered Parking

Open Spaces

3 Tier Security

Location Map

Location Map

About Ireo Developer

Ireo is a leading property developer in India. Since establishing our presence in 2004, we have assembled one of the largest property portfolios in India, with a focus on the Delhi NCR (including Gurgaon), Punjab, Tamil Nadu and Goa regions. Combining the best of Indian and international resources, our team consists of accomplished Indian and expatriate professionals from diverse backgrounds to lead initiatives and to deliver best in class products and services to our customers.

The Ireo portfolio is owned by affiliated investment funds that are backed by global blue chip investors and financial institutions, and these funds have invested approximately $2 billion since 2004.