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  • Advice, New Project, Fresh Launch, Direct from builder in Gurgaon

    Hi All,

    Lets dig down the best project and if not best, lets find out good projects in Gurgaon so that Gurgaon friends can have a help to invest their valuable money in right project.

    I have tried enlist almost all under construction projects, though if anythign missed or additional then please add.

    Sohna Road
    Tulip Orange, Tulip White, Tulip Ivory
    ORCHIT PATAL
    Vatika City
    Uniworld Garden-2
    Unitech Vistas, Sector-70
    Emerald Estate Sec 65/66
    Spire South Sec 65/66

    Gurgaon - Faridabad Road
    valley view estate,

    Sec 92
    Crescent Park
    Raheja , Sampada Towers

    Sec 82/83
    Mapsko Paradise
    vatika india next,emilia

    Dharuhera
    Dwarkadhis Plot,Sec-23,Dharuhera
    Aravali Heights-I,Sec-24,Dharuhera

    37 C
    Ninex Corona, Sector-37C
    ILD Spire Green sec- 37 c

    Manesar
    ABW, Aditya Niketan, Sector M-1 , Manesar

    37 D
    THE RAMPRASTHA EDGE

    Sec 86
    DLF, New Town Heights

    Sushant Lok-I
    Maple Height/Mapel Cricent

    Any input/correction, welcomed.
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  • I am mentioning some points aboue Sohna Road(I mentioned them in a previous thread in same section). Hope this helps.

    Positives :

    1. Its biggest strength lies in the massive employment opportunity available within a 10-15 km radius. Gurgaon’s leading commercial hubs, such as DLF Phase II and III, are barely 10-12 km away.

    2. Golf Course Road, another upcoming commercial hub, is 5 km away.

    3. Manesar, a major industrial township with 260 large industrial units and 8,000 small units, is 15 km away. The area demarcated for Special Economic Zones (SEZs) in the masterplan is at a 9-10 km distance.

    4. Prices on Gurgaon Sohna Road suits the upper-middle class.

    5. Gurgaon-Sohna Road offers the promise of quality lifestyle. The projects being developed by private developers are well-planned, and offer quite nice amenities.

    Negatives

    1. Infrastructure is not up to the mark. Sohna-ggn Road was to be six-laned and then eight-laned, but very little progress has happened on this project. With thousands of apartments to be delivered within the next year or two, the current road will not be able to cope with the expected volume of traffic.

    2. The roads inside the sectors are also not properly developed.

    3. Lack of public transport means that you are hamstrung unless u owns a car
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  • Agree.

    Another positive: Infocity is just 1Km away, where new IT industry will come up

    Another negative: Too many malls under development with congest the already congested roads

    Originally Posted by coke_indian
    I am mentioning some points aboue Sohna Road(I mentioned them in a previous thread in same section). Hope this helps.

    Positives :

    1. Its biggest strength lies in the massive employment opportunity available within a 10-15 km radius. Gurgaon’s leading commercial hubs, such as DLF Phase II and III, are barely 10-12 km away.

    2. Golf Course Road, another upcoming commercial hub, is 5 km away.

    3. Manesar, a major industrial township with 260 large industrial units and 8,000 small units, is 15 km away. The area demarcated for Special Economic Zones (SEZs) in the masterplan is at a 9-10 km distance.

    4. Prices on Gurgaon Sohna Road suits the upper-middle class.

    5. Gurgaon-Sohna Road offers the promise of quality lifestyle. The projects being developed by private developers are well-planned, and offer quite nice amenities.

    Negatives

    1. Infrastructure is not up to the mark. Sohna-ggn Road was to be six-laned and then eight-laned, but very little progress has happened on this project. With thousands of apartments to be delivered within the next year or two, the current road will not be able to cope with the expected volume of traffic.

    2. The roads inside the sectors are also not properly developed.

    3. Lack of public transport means that you are hamstrung unless u owns a car.
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  • Sohna road development

    As far as i know, Sohna road is getting extended and will be a 6 lane road. Also there will be multiple routes through which people can travel so traffic wont be that big problem (anyways it will be similar to the traffic in other parts of ggn)
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  • 6 Lane wud be really good

    Originally Posted by abhishek1983
    As far as i know, Sohna road is getting extended and will be a 6 lane road. Also there will be multiple routes through which people can travel so traffic wont be that big problem (anyways it will be similar to the traffic in other parts of ggn)


    If its happens to be true then fine otherwise its a jam packed road. We almost everyday see a jam in nearby sector, near Medicity, Roundabouts near Sohna Roads.
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  • Originally Posted by abhishek1983
    As far as i know, Sohna road is getting extended and will be a 6 lane road. Also there will be multiple routes through which people can travel so traffic wont be that big problem (anyways it will be similar to the traffic in other parts of ggn)


    Multiple routes I doubt. I dont think there will be much of sector roads, there is no space between the projects to accomodate the roads.

    It will just be a wider Sohna Road (6-8 lane) and the cross road going to hero honda chowk. That is all.

    Also, Rajiv Chowk will be the bottle neck - to reach the expressway, all cars have to go under rajiv chowk flyover. Already it is taking time and is chaotic. Three wheelers, temto transport vehicles crowded with people, bus, truck - all are jostling for space under this underpass.

    Gurgaon traditionally has been poor at providing good roads. I do not think there is even a plan on how sector roads will be laid.
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  • Originally Posted by Venkytalks
    Multiple routes I doubt. I dont think there will be much of sector roads, there is no space between the projects to accomodate the roads.
    Gurgaon traditionally has been poor at providing good roads. I do not think there is even a plan on how sector roads will be laid.


    I agree with you Venky on ggn infra problem. But as I said even after sohna road is fully operational, traffic on it will be equal to other parts of Gurgaon like MG road. Main problem lies on roundabouts like IFFCO chowk, Rajiv chowk. Now with the extension of MG road there is not much traffic problem on the road...same will be the case with Sohna road in future.
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  • Venky- Where Exactly infocity is coming up ??

    Hi Venky,

    Can you please, suggest the exact location of Infocity which you mentioned is 1 km away from Sohna road ??

    Thanks!!
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  • Info city is already existing near hero honda factory, just opposite. Lots os offices.

    Originally Posted by propseeker
    Hi Venky,

    Can you please, suggest the exact location of Infocity which you mentioned is 1 km away from Sohna road ??

    Thanks!!
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  • make informed choice ...

    hi all

    just for your convinence i use
    http://wikimapia.org all properties are marked here on map .. will give fair idea of locality etc ...

    now if you see the map just around chd 21 in sec 71 there is a sewage treatment plant which will be operational shortly ..


    hope you can imaging the amount of stench that will fill up this prime area with most upmarket properties of sohna road .. no dealer will tell this fact !!! i am amused ...
    :bab (59):

    for your ref in gurgaon the other STP is in sec 9 .. see yourself the amount of development that has happened there ...
    :bab (41):

    so pls make very informed choice ... and for all projects on the NH8 keep view of at least 6-8 years for livable conditions to be happening ...


    metro does not seem to be coming soon even... review the 3rd and 4th phase plan of DMRC below ... you will understand .. that means gurgaon will not see metro extension for another 10-15 coming years. as a benchmark DMRC using minimum 1 million population catchment to make the project feasable and NH8 etc will not have that population any time soon...


    infact the current section in gurgaon was made for facilitating people movement in and out of gurgaon who work in offices around so metro going to residential places is a distant dream... dont buy that ...
    :bab (50):

    REVIEW BELOW .. AND HAPPY INVESTING ...


    Vasant Kunj Drops Off Metro Map, DMRC Prunes Phase-III Network: Number

    Of Corridors, Routes Altered

    By akansha, Section Delhi Metro

    Posted on Wed May 12, 2010 at 12:20:19 AM EST
    Delhi Metro's Phase III is now going to span across 69.57 km as
    against the earlier proposed length of 85 km. The number of corridors
    has also been reduced from seven to six and the routes have been
    partially altered.

    According to the new plan, Vasant Kunj, Ghazipur, Shiv Vihar and

    Yamuna Vihar will not be on the Metro map for now. The alterations
    were made after Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) prepared detailed
    project reports (DPRs) for the new sections. The DPRs have been
    submitted to the Delhi government for its final approval.

    According to sources, the corridors for which DPRs have been submitted

    to the government include a 25.66-km line from Anand Vihar to Dhaula
    Kuan of which 12.52 km will run underground and the rest would be
    elevated, a 12.40-km line from Mukundpur to Rajouri Garden of which
    6.58 km will be underground, a 9.64-km-long line from Ashok Park to
    Delhi Gate of which 5.28 km will be underground, a fully underground
    section from Central Secretariat to Red Fort (6.8 km) and an elevated
    extension of the existing Line 2 from Jehangirpuri to Badli (3.43 km).

    A sixth section (11.64 km) is proposed from the existing Metro station

    at Noida Sector 18 to Malviya Nagar via Kalindi Kunj.

    Phase III will have 50 more Metro stations (29 underground, 20

    elevated and one at grade) and a projected 18,85,796 commuters are
    expected to use it by 2016 as per the DPRs. All the new stretches
    except for the Line 2 extension from Jehangirpuri To Badli will come
    up on standard gauge technology in keeping with international
    standards.

    Source: Times Of India By Megha Suri Singh Vasant Kunj drops off Metro map


    Click On "Full Story" For More....


    The sections are not different from what had initially been proposed

    by the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation in the original Metro masterplan
    prepared for the capital with a 2021 deadline.

    At that stage, the corporation had specified that the proposed

    alignments were ``only indicative'' and the final alignment would be
    decided once the DPRs are prepared for the new sections after carrying
    out field surveys to determine actual conditions on site.

    Only one section proposed earlier -- Shiv Vihar-Yamuna

    Vihar-Seelampur-Yamuna Bank (11 kms) -- has reportedly been put on
    hold for now.

    There are minor changes in the rest of the sections. In the initial

    plan, the Noida corridor was proposed to be 23 km long and was to
    extend to NH-8 via Vasant Kunj. The corridor will now reportedly stop
    at Malviya Nagar. Also, the Mukundpur-Rajouri Garden section was
    earlier supposed to stop at Shivaji Park. But the length has been
    increased by 1.4 km. The earlier proposed Ashok Park-New Delhi Railway
    Station section has also extended by 2.6 kms to reach Delhi Gate.

    The changes were made after the ground situations were analysed in

    detail. ``We had carried out some surveys which indicated that there
    were more areas where Metro would be viable. This had been stated in
    the economic survey released by the government and conveyed to DMRC.
    Some of the modifications are in tune with that. The exact alignments
    given in the DPRs are being examined and more changes could be made if
    the need arises. We are also looking at funding issues,'' said a
    senior government official.

    The government is reportedly approaching Delhi Development Authority

    (DDA) to pay in part for the Metro since it is being felt that several
    DDA colonies in the city have benefited from the Metro. After the
    routes are approved by the government, they will be forwarded to GoM
    for a final nod and funding will be worked out. Construction is
    expected to start only after that. Phase III has a 2015 deadline.

    The Masterplan is constantly under revision and since it was first

    prepared, about 150 kms have been added to the Metro network which was
    originally conceptualised.

    second info ********************


    Metro Master Plan 2021 Boon For NCR Towns In The Future


    By Ravi shankar, Section GN

    Posted on Wed Jun 04, 2008 at 10:51:29 PM EST
    The DMRC's revised Delhi Metro Master Plan 2021 for NCR towns in phase
    III and IV include Faridabad, Ghaziabad, Bahadurgarh,Nawada, Noida
    (sector 62) and Kheri Khurd, besides Gurgaon. About 62 kms of metro
    lines are planned in these NCR towns in the future.

    Master Plan 2021 shows an 160 km expansion plan within Delhi in Phase

    III and IV As per plans, the Metro line would be extended to Faridabad
    from Badarpur border till YMCA Chowk in Phase III. The proposed
    elevated 13.8 km line would have nine stations and would be ready by
    2012. The 9.41-km-long Ghaziabad extension till Main Bus Stand,
    4.88-km-long Bahadurgarh extension and 3-km long Nawada extension from
    Gokulpuri border will come up in Phase III.

    Phase IV has plans construct a six-m-long Ghazipur border-Noida

    (sector 62) line and a 5.50-km-long Ajronda-Kheri Khurd line. The
    total length in this phase will be around 11.50 km.HTC
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  • You ahe forgotten sewage tretment plant just behind central park

    Originally Posted by coke_indian
    I am mentioning some points aboue Sohna Road(I mentioned them in a previous thread in same section). Hope this helps.

    Positives :

    1. Its biggest strength lies in the massive employment opportunity available within a 10-15 km radius. Gurgaon’s leading commercial hubs, such as DLF Phase II and III, are barely 10-12 km away.

    2. Golf Course Road, another upcoming commercial hub, is 5 km away.

    3. Manesar, a major industrial township with 260 large industrial units and 8,000 small units, is 15 km away. The area demarcated for Special Economic Zones (SEZs) in the masterplan is at a 9-10 km distance.

    4. Prices on Gurgaon Sohna Road suits the upper-middle class.

    5. Gurgaon-Sohna Road offers the promise of quality lifestyle. The projects being developed by private developers are well-planned, and offer quite nice amenities.

    Negatives

    1. Infrastructure is not up to the mark. Sohna-ggn Road was to be six-laned and then eight-laned, but very little progress has happened on this project. With thousands of apartments to be delivered within the next year or two, the current road will not be able to cope with the expected volume of traffic.

    2. The roads inside the sectors are also not properly developed.

    3. Lack of public transport means that you are hamstrung unless u owns a car
    .


    BIG NEGATIVE ...

    SEWAGE TRETMENT PLANT JUST BEHIND CENTRAL PARK ( QUOTING 5000 PSF ON LAUNCH 2 )

    ONCE OPERATIONAL , PLACE IS GONNA BE STINKING AND WILL NEED MASKS AS WELL SOME TIME SOON ...


    BIG POSITIVE - GR8 BUSINESS OPP FOR MASKS !!!:bab (22):
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  • Originally Posted by coke_indian

    Dharuhera
    Dwarkadhis Plot,Sec-23,Dharuhera
    Aravali Heights-I,Sec-24,Dharuhera


    How is ELite floors from Parsvnath in Dharuheda??
    Any inputs........
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  • For people restricted by budget only, who want to be endusers.

    Not for investment
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  • Originally Posted by Venkytalks
    For people restricted by budget only, who want to be endusers.

    Not for investment

    Do you mean that it is not going to appreciate as comparision the other localities??? I agree that the cost is relativley less then other option available around in Dharuhera.
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  • Originally Posted by cyadav
    Do you mean that it is not going to appreciate as comparision the other localities??? I agree that the cost is relativley less then other option available around in Dharuhera.


    I mean that in most places, a 3BHK will appreciate close to 1Cr or so when the area develops amenities similar to Delhi. Eg. Gurgaon, NOIDA, Rohini, Mayur Vihar etc have all done so.

    Newer areas of Gurgaon, NOIDA, Crossings etc are likely to appreciate to this level in todays prices/equivalent.

    Daruhera will not - there will be no development premium, only inflation related rise in price.
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