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- Real estate boom in Dwarka
Dwarka has become so popular because it has a lot going for it,according to the property and real estate agents.
There are a total of 29 sectors in Dwarka, out of which 23 are functional. Last year, occupancy was 20 per cent, but now because of the metro and the underpass, it has gone up this year to 40 per cent. If the CBI clears all the colonies, within a year it might further go up to 75-80 per cent. Many people are interested and waiting to get a place in Dwarka.
Within one and a half years, an ISBT will also start in Sector 23 of Dwarka. Well-planned townships, wide roads, big market places, close to the airport, and well connected to the rest of Delhi, because of the metro. In spite of sky-high prices, these are some of the reasons why so many Delhizens with deep pockets have opted to invest in Dwarka.
This, while the rest of Delhi remains cluttered with possibly no more land area available. A ten-acre fashion hub is set to come up at Dwarka. 'Dwarka becomes the best choice for tourists, 5 and 7 star hotels are also coming there. It's definitely going to become a happening place. There's so much land available there.
So what's in store for this township that was once considered back-of-beyond?
The future of Dwarka is good in the sense that the government has planned Phase II in terms of shifting some prime usage there.
Once the airport gets operational, that entire region of Delhi will become more prime than it was yesterday. So, if you are looking for some property, Dwarka is the place to head to but hurry, for plots are disappearing fast...!!!
News Source: ndtv.com - 09/08/07CommentQuote0Flag
- DLF in Dwarka
Real estate developer DLF plans to build a Rs 6,000-crore international convention centre near New Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport. The centre will be located at one of the capital's fastest growing areas - Dwarka.
Delhi Development Authority (DDA) has already assigned the contract for designing, development and operation of the international convention centre to DLF. The complex will include 25 meeting rooms with total seating capacity of over 2,000 delegates and two 5,000 sq mt exhibition halls.
The main convention hall of the centre, proposed to be set up on a 20 lakh sq ft area valued at Rs 900 crore, will accommodate 12,000 delegates with telescopic seating arrangements. The hall would be capable of partitioning in multiple smaller halls. The hotel complex will have a minimum of 800 rooms. At least one five-star hotel in the complex is projected to have 300 rooms.
The proposed centre will also have a commercial complex with food and beverages facilities, shopping malls, multiplexes, offices and ancillary support units. A hotel complex, to be constructed in a 6.5 lakh sq ft area, would comprise 835 rooms of different categories. The facilities will accommodate premium boarding and lodging complex for international students and diplomats, indoor and outdoor sports facilities, and global art and craft village.
- Hi ,
With all these developments happening in Dwarka the fact is that still the occupancy rate remainsg at a disnal 40 % . Then why the Prices of Husing Socities in Dwarka are higher than Rohini which is much more populated as of now. Can somebody please advise whether the prices of 3BHK flats in Dwraka would more rise or fall in coming months (because a lot of reports are there indicating fall in proces) as I need to take a decision when to buy . My main aim is not investment but to have a settlement but still if I buy now at such a high price & say after 6 momths the prices fall it would be bad for me . So, please advise when to go ahed with getting ahead to buy a flat - Now or some time later ?CommentQuote0Flag
- Property Prices will down or not down in Dwarka City
During Q3, Q4 2008-2009, residential property values in Dwarka witnessed 8-20% drop, which was also the recession period. The market was inactive during the slowdown and there were hardly any transactions worth the mention.
Despite all the pain and concern, according to the dwarka's local website DwarkaCity.com things will change for the better and Dwarka as a property market will grow.CommentQuote0Flag
- Sat Jun 15 2013
Second diplomatic enclave: DDA says ready to allot land - Indian Express
Second diplomatic enclave: DDA says ready to allot land
The capital's second diplomatic enclave, proposed by the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) in 2007, is now ready for allotment.
According to sources in the DDA, land development in the allocated area is nearly complete. The enclave only awaits further direction from the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA), which at present is in talks with foreign missions to gauge the quantum of allocation required for each country.
Only last month, senior officials from the DDA inspected the developed diplomatic area in Sector 24, Dwarka. "DDA officials were satisfied with the level of development in the new diplomatic area. Roads have all been laid, along with sewage lines. The enclave is ready for allocation," a senior DDA official said.
So far, the MEA has received around 50 applications from countries for land allotment. The requests range from space for embassies to cultural centres. While at least 60 diplomatic missions are housed in Chanakyapuri, embassies of at least 39 countries function out of rented apartments, primarily in South Delhi.
Sources said these 39 countries would get top priority in the Dwarka diplomatic area.
The DDA has earmarked around 222 hectares of land for the diplomatic area. Senior DDA officials said they were holding meetings with the MEA and the Ministry of Urban Development to determine the institutional requirement.
According to sources in the DDA, the rates for each allotment would be finalised after discussing the issue with the Urban Development (UD) Ministry.
"There are different rates for each allotment, depending on the type of institution. For example, zonal rates would differ from rates for charitable institutions. We are discussing this issue with the UD Ministry," a senior official said.
He said the MEA would soon communicate to the DDA the required allotment for each application in the new diplomatic area.CommentQuote0Flag
- Yes so true place where I stay was considered a Posh area till Dwarka came up and now we consider ourselves living in SLUMCommentQuote0Flag
- @aryan39: where do you live?CommentQuote0Flag
- Roads Construction work in progress in Diplomat Enclave
Source Diplomatic Enclave DwarkaCommentQuote0Flag
- Wait for few years. Punjab is cutting Water to Haryana. If that happens, Haryana has promised to cut Water to Delhi. Gurgaon & Dwarka which are already Water scarce will be worst hit.CommentQuote0Flag