Prateek group

Prateek Group

Prashant Tiwari - Founder at Prateek Group

  • Service Areas: Ghaziabad, Greater Noida, Gurgaon, New Delhi, Noida

Property Types

  • 100% Apartment

Property Status

  • 100% For Sale

Property Cities

  • 100% Noida

About Prateek Group

Not only creating resilient architectural structures, Prateek Group believes in creating long lasting relationships with their clients. 
Coming out as a young name among the real estate developers, their dedication is reflects in their creations. Founded by Mr Prashant Tiwari in 2005, Prateek promises to bring the amalgamation of fresh ideas and modern technologies and to create matchless architectures in the NCR. Before that he was working with Ghaziabad Development Authority as a civil engineer.  
Supported by experts and managed by experienced professionals, Prateek Group adheres to follow proper business ethics and to deliver quality projects to its clients. Some of the ongoing commercial developments of Prateek Group are Prateek Square at Prateek Wisteria and “Quick Pick Hyper Store” at Prateek Fedora and Prateek Laurel.
Being one of the youngest players in the dynamic real estate market, Prateek takes active participation in social and welfare development. Indian Vision Foundation (IVF) focuses on empowering the prison inmates with soft skills as well as reforming them. Guided by retired Indian Police Service (IPS) officer and Ramon Magsaysay Award winner Dr Kiran Bedi, IVF devotes itself for social causes like looking after the children of the inmates (convicted mothers) and providing training in skills like weaving, knitting etc. Prateek supports this cause and have been an active partner in their initiatives.
Prateek Group also plays a supportive role for the Help Care Society and Children Reading Society. The Help Care Society was founded in 1990 by Late Smt Kamlesh Nischol works to create general awareness about improving the quality of life of the girl child and working for the legal rights of women. The school division focuses on sponsoring needy and meritorious students who are economically backward. Children Reading Society (CRS) also works to provide basic education to children who come from economically fragile families. 

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