Lenskart’s Peyush Bansal and Dhanuka Family Members Acquire Luxury Apartments in Gurugram’s DLF The Camellias

Prominent industry players including Peyush Bansal, the founder of Lenskart, and the Dhanuka family from Dhanuka Agritech, have made notable acquisitions in DLF’s luxurious residential project The Camellias in Gurugram. According to the documents accessed by CRE Matrix, these sumptuous properties were booked between 2015 and 2022, with conveyance deeds executed in April 2024. The cumulative value of these properties amounts to Rs 106.4 crore. 

The founder of Lenskart, Peyush Bansal purchased a 7,461-sq. ft apartment in August 2022 for Rs 27.02 crore. This apartment comes with four parking slots. On April 29, 2024, the conveyance deed for this deal was completed, and Bansal paid a stamp duty of Rs 1.89 crore.

On June 24, 2019, Ram Gopal Agarwal, the group chairman of Dhanuka Agritech Limited, and his wife Urmila Dhanuka signed a contract with DLF to buy a 7,361-sq. ft apartment at The Camellias. The final payment was made in March 2021, after he paid Rs 22.55 crore for the property. On April 26, 2024, the property’s conveyance deed was signed and a stamp duty of Rs 1.35 crore was paid.

Between June and August 2015, Rahul Dhanuka, Joint Managing Director at Dhanuka Agritech, paid Rs 24.31 crore for a 7,361-square-foot apartment. On April 18, 2024, the conveyance deed was completed and Rs 1.70 crore in stamp duty was paid. There are four parking spaces on this property as well.

Harsh Dhanuka, Executive Director of Alliances & Supply Chain at Dhanuka Agritech, paid Rs 32.52 crore for a 9,419-square-foot apartment with five parking spaces. The conveyance deed for his property was executed on April 23, 2024, and he paid a stamp duty of Rs 2.27 crore.

These properties were purchased directly from the developer of The Camellias. During the time these deals were closed, The Camellias’ prices ranged from Rs 30,634 to Rs 37,000 per square foot. However, These apartments currently go for about ₹75,000 per square foot on the market. The lowest apartment at Camellias is available for ₹11 lahks per month for an unfurnished unit and ₹14 lahks for a furnished one.

Recent Transactions

The high-end transactions indicate Gurugram’s growing appeal among affluent buyers. The sharp increase in property values highlights the demand for luxury homes. In a recent transaction, MakeMyTrip’s Deep Kalra, Den Network’s Sameer Manchanda, and Assago’s Ashish Gurnani bought apartments at Gurgaon’s The Camellias for a cumulative total of Rs 127.58 crore. 

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