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- Originally Posted by NewInvester9Visited AH today , spoke to dealer price for 1725 - 72-73L and 2040 -82-84L in AG/AJ and AI towers . Is it the right price ?
Does the project have any tower with 2040sqft or 2050sqft area flat ?
Basis info they just have the below options in 3BHK
1725 - 3BHK
1825 - 3BHK
2025 - 3 +1 BHK
2095 - 3 +1 BHK ( more like 4 BHK )CommentQuote0Flag
- Just booked a 2095sw ft flat in Antriksh Heights finally. Is there an owner's whatsapp group that I could be a part of to be updated on the happeningsCommentQuote0Flag
- Congrats @kunwar.g on your new ownership. Did you buy park facing or road facing unit? Which other options did you consider and what made you choose Antriksh over others? This would help other buyers in that area.CommentQuote0Flag
- I booked road facing unit as it was more Vastu compliant with being north facing. Had looked at DLF New Town Heights, Mapsco and Floors of Vatika. Considering the build quality, location and price we ( me and my better half ) liked Antriksh Heights. The other premium price for big names of DLF and Mapsco are good for investment, however since we are end user and have heard that most in Antriksh are end users, we went with this. Now only time will tell if our decision was right or not :-)CommentQuote0Flag
- I am interested in buying a 2025sq ft flat in Antriksh heights, please guide me about the society. My office is near HUDA metro stationCommentQuote0Flag
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- Originally Posted by sumansuperstI am interested in buying a 2025sq ft flat in Antriksh heights, please guide me about the society. My office is near HUDA metro station
You should visit the site and look at the society. The location is nice and you can compare the built quality with others like Vatika, Mapsco nearby. Since it is quite close to Dwarka expressway, once the expressway is functional and joined with NH8, it would take about 20 mins to Huda City CenterCommentQuote0Flag
- Any one residing in Antariksh Heights, sector 84, How is the build quality?CommentQuote0Flag
- Hi, I am looking for 3 BHK in Antriksh but on visit found construction issues, seepage and plaster coming out, lack of maintenance in parks and plants. Would like to know more on these issues from buyers and those staying currently in society. How many families have shifted there? How is construction quality compared with nearby projects? When we can expect basement work to be completed? Comparing with Gurgaon 21 and Mapsko Royal Ville?CommentQuote0Flag
Do we have any active owners group for Antriksh Heights? I own a unit & I would like to be part of it.CommentQuote0Flag
- I was looking to buy 2025sqft unit in this project, the rate quoted to me were 4500/sqft, it seems on higher end for resale, what is the current expected rate? Is it still worth buying in AH given the NPR issue is now stuck in court proceeding. Please help me understand if it makes sense because 90L is a very large amount for me. Has anyone considered socities in 37 sector? Should I go for another builder in 84CommentQuote0Flag
- Gurugram: Housing societies residents caught between constituencies
For about four years, the residents of Antriksh Heights have been living in ‘no man’s land’. The highrise lies right along the border of the Pataudi and Badshapur constituencies. But instead of getting the best of both, it has ended up getting nothing from either.Ipsita Pati | TNN | October 17, 2019, 15:15 IST
GURUGRAM: For about four years, the residents of Antriksh Heights have been living in ‘no man’s land’. The highrise lies right along the border of the Pataudi and Badshapur constituencies. But instead of getting the best of both, it has ended up getting nothing from either.
“Half of its 600 families live in the Pataudi constituency, and the other half in Badshapur. It has 13 towers – four under the Pataudi constituency and the rest under Badshapur. We moved in four years ago and have been dealing with many basic problems ever since,” said Avnish Dahiya, a resident.
What does that mean for the voter here? Every time something goes wrong, the basic question of who will fix it remains unresolved. If water supply lines are promised for Badshapur, will the section under Pataudi not get access? If sewage lines are built on the Pataudi side, will the work stop once workers hit the Badshapur section? What about power supply – will one block get access to uninterrupted power while another endures a blackout?
The problem is not unique to Antriksh Society. Mapsco Paradise in Sector 83, too, faces the same problem. There are 260 families who live in the society – 60 of whom are in Badshapur and the remaining 200 in Pataudi.
“No candidate wastes time on an area with so few voters. Our political leaders are least bothered about our strange conundrum. We have not been able to get sewage lines or water connections because of this, but who bothers?” asked Debopriyo Bhattacharya, a resident. And when candidates don’t “waste time” even promising solutions for these areas, voters have also stopped “wasting time” on elections. “What difference will it make anyway?” said Bhattacharya.
The existing constituency lines were drawn in 2007 after delimitation. The invisible lines dividing the two constituencies have stalled most development work for years. And politicians seem to be in no mood to resolve this. The problem, like many others the city faces, could have been avoided had all planning authorities been on the same page.
Residents, on their part, know how the problem could be solved now but don’t know who will fix things for them. “We have been demanding that the constituency boundaries be redrawn, but everyone has washed their hands of the problem,” said Praveen Malik, president of the Sare Homes Resident Welfare Association.
The biggest fallout to this unplanned, incongruous development has been a lack of accountability. For all these years, there has been no solution to this problem. And as various authorities keep passing the buck, residents just don’t know who to approach.
“The city should be divided into two constituencies – one on either side of the expressway. Old Gurugram side should be under Gurugram and the other side under Badshapur. For once, the government should stop thinking of political gains and start thinking about the people,” said Bhawani Shankar Tripathy from the Sector 23 RWA.