Sonepat is emerging as the new residential destination for Delhiites after Gurgaon, Noida and Greater Noida.

Though swathed in legends, Sonepat, on the Delhi border forms one of the largest industrial zones of Haryana and is fast emerging as an excellent residential and investment destination. The area is now witnessing a spurt in real estate development with many developers and builders having launched large residential projects and others working on new plans.

Strategic location

This upcoming area falls in the National Capital Region and has well-developed industrial base and supportive infrastructure. It has 5,288 small-scale industrial units and 82 L.M. units. The area between Kundli and Sonepat town falls under a highly industrialized zone. Atlas Cycles, Hilton Rubber, Indo Asian Fuse gear; ECE, Hindustan Everest Tools and Satnam Overseas are some of the well-known brands which have units here. The majority of these industrial units are concentrated on both sides of the G.T. Road. The increasing cost of housing in the capital as well as the rising demand for housing has led developers and builders to look for fresh avenues for developing satellite townships. Experts believe that Sonepat has a great potential, as it is the closest suburb being developed by private developers and the location on the national highway gives it the added advantage. Perhaps what Gurgaon has done for South Delhi,Sonepat would do for north and northwest Delhi.

The metro rail, which will be touching Narela, will also be reaching Kundli in 2007. Most of the businesspersons staying in the entire north and west Delhi are looking at shifting to Kundli as this won't affect their businesses. Developers who had neglected this entire area are changing their attitude. Sonepat is the next destination that is going to be the hub where Delhiites would be concentrating next. Sonepat is physically well placed to service affluent areas. There has been no fresh supply of quality real estate for the residents of North Delhi areas in the last many years. Now the assembly of lands for big projects in Sonepat by the leading private developers bodes well for this part of Delhi. North and north-west Delhi can grow naturally to Sonepat as it takes 20-25 minutes to reach there which is manageable by Delhi standards.
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