A lot of companies are advertising for property citing nearness to Dwarka expressway corridor.

Shilas, Indiabulls Centrum Park and Ramprastha Edge Tower come to mind.

Does anybody have news on when this construction will start and when it is likely to finish? Has the contract been awarded and to whom?
Date of completion and start of operation will be vital news for evaluating the pricing of flats sold in this corridor.

Last I heard was that a few houses in Palam Vihar were slated for demolition for this expressway in May June 09 or thereabouts.
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  • Originally Posted by MANOJa
    I seem to have missed that image, anyways, this is the proper article, clear and much easier to read than a scanned page of the Newspaper .

    There was a link also apart from the scanned immage which was proper too...and as ulti ji already said its an old news ...kuch naya batao moderator ji ....sorry ...SUPER MODERATOR NOW.
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  • Originally Posted by drgurpreet
    https://api.indianrealestateforum.com/api//v0/attachments/fetch-attachment?node_id=69504


    Originally Posted by manuvihaan
    There was a link also apart from the scanned immage which was proper too...and as ulti ji already said its an old news ...kuch naya batao moderator ji ....sorry ...SUPER MODERATOR NOW.




    There is no link in the quoted picture . The news is dated 20th October 2015 and has been posted on the same day . How does it make it old news then ? (if ultichakri knew about this news earlier, did the rest of the world also know about it earlier ? )....simply because some People don't like some News, its relevance doesn't decrease and it doesn't become an old News to suit the needs and fancies of members . .
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  • Originally Posted by MANOJa
    There is no link in the quoted picture . The news is dated 20th October 2015 and has been posted on the same day . How does it make it old news then ? (if ultichakri knows about this news, does the whole world also know about it ? )....simply because some People don't like some News, its relevance doesn't decrease and it doesn't become an Old News to suit the needs and fancies of members . .

    Where do u think its heading towards .. keeping d news into account. ..
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  • I think, After reading this, We all should agree that this time HUDA not at fault.

    It's the Greed of one person holding an Entire DEW / NPR.

    If these people not stopped now, more demands from Land Owners will start to be made in different acquisitions.

    Arm Twisting.

    Hopefully Court will also realise this and put an End to the practice by throwing out the Petition in first Hearing.

    Sanity should prevail.

    With Laws against Acquisition, its commendable HUDA reached this close to the Settlement.

    Be Positive.
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  • Originally Posted by manuvihaan
    Where do u think its heading towards .. keeping d news into account. ..



    Since u seem to know all about it before the rest of the world, u may have already analyzed it in detail .

    ........so, let the forum know .
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  • Originally Posted by MANOJa
    Since u seem to know all about it before the rest of the world, u may have already analyzed it in detail .

    ........so, let the forum know .

    Not me...its ulti who knows it before ..nd he has proved it also mne a times .. gussa mat ho moderator sahib....
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  • Originally Posted by manuvihaan
    Not me...its ulti who knows it before ..nd he has proved it also mne a times .. gussa mat ho moderator sahib....



    ......not angry, just amazed to see People going to any length and making absurd posts to defend their investments and twisting posts and words, just for the heck of it .

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  • Originally Posted by RAMRATAN74
    I think, After reading this, We all should agree that this time HUDA not at fault.

    It's the Greed of one person holding an Entire DEW / NPR.

    If these people not stopped now, more demands from Land Owners will start to be made in different acquisitions.

    Arm Twisting.

    Hopefully Court will also realise this and put an End to the practice by throwing out the Petition in first Hearing.

    Sanity should prevail.

    With Laws against Acquisition, its commendable HUDA reached this close to the Settlement.

    Be Positive.

    I cant agree with you more .....especially after reading the facts ...HUDA cant be bending to unjust demands ...tht shall certainly motivate many to turn about ...the land act is certainly an anti infrastructure bill ....i m nt against compensation ...but greed needs to be curtailed...
    Nd moreover HUDA IS THE BIGGEST OF SHARKS ...an authority. ...an institution is always bigger than a property dealer...Hoping for d best.
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  • The other benefit for the land owner is that when he asks for land pooling then he also reduces the land available for the draw by 20%. So if there isn't enough land remaining in Sec 110 for the draw then it will make HUDA go back to planning.
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  • http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/gurgaon/Gurgaon-tops-in-office-space-leasing/articleshow/49475074.cms

    Gurgaon tops in office space leasing - The Times of India

    GURGAON: Millennium City Gurgaon has beaten Mumbai and Bengaluru to see the highest absorption of office space in the third quarter of 2015, ensconcing itself as the country's fastest growing corporate hub.

    Among the top 8 cities, Gurgaon grabbed 23% of the total office space leased out in Q3 2015. In terms of area, this works out to 2.1 million square feet, according to a report by US-based realty consultant Colliers International.

    Gurgaon is followed by Chennai at 20%, Bengaluru 18%, Mumbai 15% and Noida 11%. Pune, Delhi and Kolkata were the other cities on the Colliers list. The report says this upswing in leasing activity in Gurgaon is expected to persist over next two years.

    Samsung, according to the report, has taken up 2 lakh square feet at Two Horizon Center on Golf Course Road while American Express has secured l25,000 square feet at One Horizon Center. Spice Jet has leased a 120,000 square feet plot at Udyog Vihar and Olympus Medical Systems has taken up space 80,000 square feet at SAS Tower.

    A series of big projects is under construction as well — like the Business Club at 7 lakh square feet by AIPL group that is expected to be completed by 2017, Parsvnath IT Park Technicia that has an area of 695,000 square feet and will be delivered by 2016, and Unitech Infospace at Dundahera, which is a 450,000 square feet project and is likely to be completed next year.

    According to the report, the IT and ITeS sectors were the key occupiers of office space, accounting for 60% of the leasing activity, followed by the banking and finance sector (20%), manufacturing (10%) and others (10%). NH-8 remained was the most preferred destination, accounting for about 29% of the total office absorption, followed by Golf Course Road (25%) and Udyog Vihar (21%).

    "We anticipate the demand momentum in Gurgaon will continue from sectors like IT and ITeS, banking and manufacturing. Due to locational advantages and rates, micro markets like Udyog Vihar, institutional sectors and NH-8 will continue to garner companies' interest," said Surabhi Arora, associate director, research, at Colliers.

    The Noida market has, meanwhile, seen a recovery with a 0.98 million square feet increase in absorption of office space over last year. The highest absorption was accounted for by Vivo Mobile, which has taken up a 3 lakh square feet space at World Trade Centre in Greater Noida. It is followed by Cognizant, which leased 2 lakh square feet in Infospace 2, and Genpact (1lakh square feet) at Stellar IT Park.

    As per study most of office spaces leased is nearby NH 8,new gurgaon which will surely affect the residential market near NH8, New GGN and hopefully to DEW too,

    Let keep finger crossed till DEW is built. DEW has surely bright future.............
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  • In the report it is mentioned only NH-8. Is NH-8 stands for new Gurgaon? (Sector-82,83 and nearby sectors?)
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  • How can you say Counterfiet that office space acquisition on NH8 can only benefit New Gurgaon.. Any increase of new lease would mean more business, more families , more requirement of residential property either in old Gurgaon, dlf, sohna road , dew or new Gurgaon.. All these will be fulfilling the requirement.. It's never a space open in an area and all employees will stay in same area.. It's basics..
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  • Requesting Members of Dew investor and End user pl, join what'sup group, need every body's supports.

    pl send your information to member (dexbuyer)

    Thanks
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  • Originally Posted by Khalsa
    Requesting Members of Dew investor and End user pl, join what'sup group, need every body's supports.

    pl send your information to member (dexbuyer)

    Thanks

    Thank you Khalsa; ji..

    We are 30+ members in the group as we speak.. As I have mentioned in my earlier post, goal is bring NPR home buyers/investors together.. As of now, we hear HUDA, Builders and Outsees in DEX/NPR NEWS however we, home buyers/investors, are no where in those NEWS.. In other words, no one (HUDA, builders etc) is thinking about us. End of the day, builders are playing in that area on our money.. and HUDA is trying to develop b/c we have invested there.. however we are put on the side.. So this is an effort bring us all together.. So if you join then you are joining for your home/investment and it's going to help us (you and other home buyers/investors) all..
    With that, request you to PM your numbers so that we could add you to support the cause.. We are in the process of creating Google/Facebook Gp so reach out.. Also working on a plan to meet.. Will share more details soon..
    Disclaimer - We won't be discussing property pricing, project related issues etc in that forum.. Focus will be only and only on DEX/NPR development..
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  • Originally Posted by samsekh
    How can you say Counterfiet that office space acquisition on NH8 can only benefit New Gurgaon.. Any increase of new lease would mean more business, more families , more requirement of residential property either in old Gurgaon, dlf, sohna road , dew or new Gurgaon.. All these will be fulfilling the requirement.. It's never a space open in an area and all employees will stay in same area.. It's basics..


    O.K. I misunderstood the comments of rpsingh1;. :)
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