Realty firm M3M India Ltd has acquired 25 acres of land in Gurugram, Haryana for around ₹250 crore to develop housing project, according to sources.
The land is located on Golf Course Extension Road, Gurugram.
The sources said the company has bought land from a builder in an estimated deal size of ₹250 crore. The name of the seller could not be ascertained.
When contacted, M3M India spokesperson declined to comment.
Real estate developers generally form joint venture with landowners for the development of housing and commercial projects in Gurgaon. The outright land acquisition has become very rare, because of huge capital requirement.
M3M India, which owns more than 2,000 acres of land parcel in Gurugram, is looking for land parcels in Delhi-NCR for future development.
It had bought 185-acre land in Gurugram for ₹1,211 crore from Sahara group a few years ago.
In July, M3M raised ₹570 crore debt from Oaktree Capital Management to fund its ongoing projects.
The group’s current debt stands at around 1,800 crore.
It has completed nearly 20 real estate projects in the Delhi-NCR market and around 15 projects are under development.
The company is also developing the Trump Tower in Gurugram.