Since inception in 1986, the Kanakia Group, with its penchant for ‘Perfection’ in all it does has earned a distinct reputation as one of India’s premium developer and is rated as one of the top 10 Real Estate development brands.
Kanakia Spaces Pvt. Ltd. the flagship real estate development company of the diversified Kanakia Group with over 28 years of experience in the real estate domain has developed and successfully delivered over 13 Million sq. ft. of commercial, residential, entertainment, education and industrial spaces.
Kanakia Spaces has been honored with several prestigious awards for their landmark projects. To name a few CNBC Awaaz CRISIL CREDAI Real Estate Award, Commercial Property of the Year, International Property Award, MCHI Property Award.
In 1997, the Group forayed into cinema exhibition by the leading brand name ‘Cinemax’ redesigning the single screen theatres into modern and technologically advanced multiplexes giving all a luxurious film viewing experience.
With an interest to induce social progress in 2002 the group forayed into the field of education with RBK Education Institution. With five schools operational till date across Mumbai and Gujarat the institution offers best-in-class infrastructure and an advance approach to teaching methodology.
The Kanakia Group also ventured into the Hospitality industry with the launch of Hotel ‘Courtyard by Marriott’ in 2010. This hotel within a short time has been reputed as one of the Best Business Hotel in Mumbai.
Under the dynamic leadership of Mr. Rasesh Kanakia and Mr. Himanshu Kanakia, the group is poised for accomplishing new milestones of success.




Rasesh B. Kanakia


Mr. Rasesh B. Kanakia began his career as a real estate consultant and subsequently ventured into real estate development in 1986. He was instrumental in making Kanakia Group a well established name in the real estate domain. By his futuristic vision the Kanakia Group also ventured into entertainment, education and hospitality sector.


Mumbai Meri Jaan

We had tied up with Magic Bus and Avasara Leadership Fellows, and had organized a field trip for 32 underprivileged children, to give them an opportunity to show off or polish their photography skills and creativity. This initiative gave them the opportunity to meet the star photographer Atul Kasbekar and get his valuable insights and tips on photography. After this, the students were taken on a tour of Mumbai, where they were gifted a camera each, to capture the images that inspired them.