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  • Indiabulls phase 2 prices to go upto 5500 plus all additionals be paid to. I guess due to the news of the pm approval on the airport.
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  • Originally Posted by raaed10
    Indiabulls phase 2 prices to go upto 5500 plus all additionals be paid to. I guess due to the news of the pm approval on the airport.


    is this news, info, speculation or expectation??

    2 months back they had raised rate to 5250 and then they launched scheme at 4800/5k!
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  • its effective tomorrow, internal sources
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  • Originally Posted by raaed10
    its effective tomorrow, internal sources

    Did they increase to Rs. 5500/- psf today ? Is it CLP, ADF or 20:80 scheme rate ??
    They would find it difficult to attract investors at this price point unless the actual construction of phase-2 buildings start immediately.
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  • approvals

    If have to believe the sources, The new master plan is approved for phase 2 construction.
    Construction work may start from Oct 13.

    approvals yet to get for Mega mall and Premium towers. Thy have approvals for premium tower 21 but not yet for 31, 41 and 51.

    Increase in rates around navi mumbai could be because of
    Positive move on Navi mumbai airport & Trans Harbor link road. Contracts are expected to be awarded by Aug -Sept.



    http://www.dnaindia.com/money/1855446/report-infra-companies-rope-in-foreign-partners


    Originally Posted by GreenWorld
    Did they increase to Rs. 5500/- psf today ? Is it CLP, ADF or 20:80 scheme rate ??
    They would find it difficult to attract investors at this price point unless the actual construction of phase-2 buildings start immediately.
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  • Confirmed by my property dealer that 20:80 scheme has ceased and from today onward, new rates @5499/SQFT CLP would be applicable. Further, there would be additional charges for parking and floor rise.

    It is good news for all the persons, who have invested during offer in June 13 or earlier, now have virtual gain on their investment as the quoted cost (by builder) of 2 BHK has been increased between 8 lakhs to 12 lakhs.
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  • cost

    Any information on the costing for Phase 1 projects. Has tht also increased.
    & is this project spread across 80 acres or 120 acres.



    Ashky


    Originally Posted by muk2012
    Confirmed by my property dealer that 20:80 scheme has ceased and from today onward, new rates @5499/SQFT CLP would be applicable. Further, there would be additional charges for parking and floor rise.

    It is good news for all the persons, who have invested during offer in June 13 or earlier, now have virtual gain on their investment as the quoted cost (by builder) of 2 BHK has been increased between 8 lakhs to 12 lakhs.
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  • Train service to Somatane

    check this out. Panvel Greens to have location station.

    Panvel Junction is an important railway station on the Harbour Line and CST - Diva - Panvel - Somtane route of the Central Line.
    Panvel railway station is one of the most important junctions on the Central Railway. Harbour line from Mumbai CST, Central Line from Diva/Kalyan and from Roha, Central Line from Karjat, Western Freight Corridor from JNPT meet at Panvel. Panvel Railway station comes under Mumbai Division of Central Railway. The station is technically divided into Suburban and Main Line. The Main line station is located at Chainage 68/5 from Mumbai CST, while the suburban station is at 48/9. There are a total of 7 platforms (4 suburban and 3 Main Line) while two more are being constructed.
    Panvel is the terminating station of Mumbai Railway's Harbour Line. Platforms 1,2,3 and 4 are for Suburban Trains while Platforms 5,6 and 7 are for main line trains. 9 pairs of daily express trains, 13 pairs of non-daily express trains and 12 daily commuter (passenger) trains stop here. Also, the Ernakulam-Nizamuddin Duronto has a technical halt at Panvel for crew change, refuelling and catering. In addition, Panvel handles 116 suburban trains which go to destinations Mumbai CST, Wadala Road, Andheri and Thane. The station also handles a sizeable amount of freight trains. Panvel is a very major station and is considered equivalent to Mumbai for trains which skip Mumbai. The trains run on Diesel Traction and electricity (the tracks to Konkan are not electrified south of Panvel), and Panvel is a refueling point for their locomotives. In addition to refueling, Panvel has a huge number of parcel bookings, and most trains stop for periods varying from 5 minutes to 20 minutes for technical purposes. Panvel also handles crew and locomotive change for long distance passenger/freight trains.
    The next Railway station of Panvel is Somatne Railway station(SMNE).Currently,The Passenger Trains run in this way and the route is Dadar - Thane - Diva- Panvel - Somatne- To Pen and ahead. However,Central Railway has plan to connect Suburban(Local)Trains between Panvel to Somatne and continue ahead to the route till Pen.


    Panvel railway station - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


    Not sure how correct is this information.
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  • you will not worry about the railway station, by the time it will be ready, you will be on your retirement stage hence travelling will not be required for you.
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  • Refer to below link
    Panvel-Apta line to cut down travel time - Times Of India

    It say's Panvel -Pen local train route ( 35 Km ) is in final phase and are expected to be ready by 2013. Is it true?

    Panvel-Apta line to cut down travel time
    Manthan K Mehta, TNN Mar 29, 2012, 03.03AM IST


    MUMBAI: Passengers to Konkan and south India can expect more trains and faster journey as the Central Railway will soon throw open an additional line between Panvel and Apta as part of the 75-km-long Panvel-Roha doubling project.

    At present, double line exists only up to Panvel, beyond which there is single line up to Roha. From Roha onwards, the section belongs to Konkan railway, which also runs on single line up to Mangalore.


    Work on the 17-km stretch from Panvel to Apta-which falls under the project's first phase, from Panvel to Pen (35 km)-is in the final stages and it will be thrown open to traffic soon.VA Malegaonkar, chief public relations officer, CR said, "At present, 54 trains run on this sector. As the doubling project progresses, CR will be able to divert traffic from single track to double track, thus opening up slots to run faster or more services."

    To lay an additional line, CR engineers had to cut through a hill to build a tunnel. A viaduct to carry the track along the Patalganga river is also being built.

    Officials said, "This infrastructure was necessary to cut down travel time. By taking the track below the tunnel and building the viaduct, we will cut the down the distance by a km. Due to sharp curves, the speed limit on the existing track is 60 km, however, on the new track, a train can catch the speed of 120 km."

    The Panvel-Roha section will get an additional rail by 2013. The total cost of the project is estimated to be Rs 404 crore. Another official said, "CR can explore the possibility of running Electrical Multiple Units (EMUs) and Diesel Multiple Units (DMUs) on these route due to capacity expansion."

    Apart from passenger traffic, the doubling will also be beneficial for freight traffic that moves to and fro from ports at Rewas, Dighi, Jaigarh and Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust (JNPT). Also, the single track will prove insufficient as there is projection of increase in traffic due to a proposal to set up a private freight terminal in Panvel.

    Moreover, the railway budget has also approved the setting up of coaching complex and coach maintenance facility at Panvel.
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  • Phase-1 status

    Can anybody update on the status of Phase-1 construction. When is the possession expected and what are the current prices for Phase-1.

    Regards,
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  • price for phase 1

    The price of phase 1 is expected to increase. it may be some where around 6500 - 6850 psf + additional.

    The rates are not yet decided by indiabulls. Will see new rates in a week time.


    Originally Posted by SKS12345
    Can anybody update on the status of Phase-1 construction. When is the possession expected and what are the current prices for Phase-1.

    Regards,
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  • Does any one have idea of virar-alibag multi modal corridor?


    Originally Posted by ashkharoo
    The price of phase 1 is expected to increase. it may be some where around 6500 - 6850 psf + additional.

    The rates are not yet decided by indiabulls. Will see new rates in a week time.
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  • Originally Posted by GreenWorld
    Did they increase to Rs. 5500/- psf today ? Is it CLP, ADF or 20:80 scheme rate ??
    They would find it difficult to attract investors at this price point unless the actual construction of phase-2 buildings start immediately.

    5499/- psf is CLP plan. according to them 20:80 or 15:85 scheme is closed and ADP not offering at present but will offer soon.
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  • virar alibaug

    The multi-modal corridor will be executed in two stages. The first phase will connect Kalyan, Dombivli and Panvel through the 79-km Navghar (Virar)-Chirner phase.
    & The second phase from Chirner to Alibaug (47km).

    The plan is to finish the first phase of the 126-km multi-modal corridor (MMC) from Virar to Alibaug by 2017.

    To be built over a period of four to five years, the project will see trade coming to these regions. The multimodal corridor will pass through Navi Mumbai, Matheran, Panvel, Pen, Uran, Alibaug, Thane, Dombivali, Kalyan, Bhiwandi, Ulhasnagar, Ambernath, Kulgaon, Khopoli, Karjat, Mira Road, Bhayandar, Vasai, Navaghar, Nallasopara and Virar.






    Originally Posted by bolara
    Does any one have idea of virar-alibag multi modal corridor?
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