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Spire Orion at South Spire World, Sector 68, Gurgaon

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  • Re : Spire Orion at South Spire World, Sector 68, Gurgaon

    Hi SRK,
    At what rate you got it, size etc.
    Regards,
    "Don't let the noise of others' opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition."

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    • Re : Spire Orion at South Spire World, Sector 68, Gurgaon

      Gurgaon to get its first-ever education city

      Most parents in Gurgaon prefer local schools over Delhi but when it comes to higher education, it is the opposite, a recent survey conducted by Hindustan Times- C fore has revealed.


      Management Development Institute in Gurgaon. HT photo
      The findings strongly point to the need to have more quality institutions for higher education. But there is hope in store.

      Gurgaon will soon get its first-ever education city. According to the master plan of the Gurgaon-Manesar Urban Complex for 2031, the Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA) has earmarked 470 acres for the education city in Sector-68.

      Of this, 250 acres has been specifically marked for a government university, while the rest is for private educational institutions. The education city is located nearly 5km from Rajiv Chowk on Sohna Road.

      "There is a need to bring international educational standards to our students. Moreover, with the demand for land going up day by day, land holdings are shrinking. Half an acre of land is not enough to provide for the livelihood of a family. They need jobs, for which quality education is a must," said Bhupinder Singh Hooda, chief minister of Haryana, at a recent Hindustan Times' leaderspeak@ht Conclave.

      The HT survey further revealed that though the city is home to the highest number of international curricula schools, 67% parents would prefer a traditional board school over an international one.

      On the health care front, Gurgaon's swanky multi-specialty hospitals are becoming crowd pullers, with 600 international patients flocking to these hospitals on an average every year.

      Residents are also satisfied with health care though they believe there is a need for government hospitals with advanced facilities.

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      • Re : Spire Orion at South Spire World, Sector 68, Gurgaon

        Trying to make Haryana the education hub of the country: Geeta Bhukkal

        Haryana education minister Geeta Bhukkal tells Hindustan Times why Gurgaon is a better destination for education than Delhi.

        In the last decade, Gurgaon has become home to some of the best schools in the country and is known for its new age universities. How do you view this education boom in the city?
        As per the chief minister's vision, we are trying to make


        Haryana education minister Geeta Bhukkal tells Hindustan Times why Gurgaon is a better destination for education than Delhi. HT photo/Sanjeev Verma
        Haryana the education hub of the country. Gurgaon is an investment-friendly city, close to the national Capital, and has seen a huge increase in the number of MNCs setting a base here. So it is our goal to set up good quality schools, colleges and universities. We want to provide human resource for these companies as well as good schooling experience for their wards.

        The HT-C fore survey revealed that 61% residents prefer schools in Gurgaon over Delhi. What factors, you think, are responsible for this shift?
        Gurgaon provides an eco-friendly environment as compared to New Delhi, which is highly polluted and populated. The government, and more prominently, the private schools in Gurgaon provide good facilities in terms of infrastructure, recreation and quality of education.
        There are 605 government schools in Gurgaon, including model schools, Model Sanskriti schools and Aarohi schools. Last year, we also launched the national vocational education framework which entitles economically weaker students to jobs right after school.

        We are also planning to set up a number of colleges as there is tough competition for admission in the existing government colleges in Sector 14 and Guru Dronacharya College.




        Can you elaborate on the proposals for setting up of more colleges and universities in Gurgaon?
        We will soon inaugurate a defence university, the foundation stone of which will be laid down by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh this month. A government commerce and economics college, on the model of Sri Ram College of Commerce in New Delhi, is also on cards.

        Land has already been allocated for this project. According to Private Universities Act 2006, many international-level private colleges are to be set up in Gurgaon, plans for which are in the pipeline and are expected to materialize soon. Land has been allocated in sectors 51 and 68 for setting up of educational institutes.

        According to the survey, not many people prefer to send their children to Gurgaon for higher education. Is the government planning on some higher education projects?
        We already have five government colleges in Gurgaon. More than 5,800 girls, coming from across the state, are currently studying in the Sector 14 college. Colleges in Gurgaon are of international standards and can compete with any college in India. Though there are many private institutes in Gurgaon, students generally prefer the government colleges.

        Our survey also revealed that most parents prefer sending their children to CBSE and ICSE affiliated schools. Is the government planning to allow the entry of more such schools in Gurgaon?
        Gurgaon has a lot of options in terms of government, private, aided and international schools. There are many CBSE, ICSE as well as Haryana's Bhiwani Board schools here. It should be left to the discretion of parents as to where they want their wards to be educated. However, government schools offer various facilities such as free education (as per the Right to Education Act), stipends and scholarships.

        What is your vision for Gurgaon for the next 10 years?
        It is our aim to make Haryana the education hub of the country. Gurgaon, being an international city, attracts more attention than any other city in the state. In the near future, people can expect many new private colleges here as it is fast becoming the first choice for all private institutes.

        In the government sector as well, we are planning to establish more schools, colleges and a university. The Gross Enrollment Ratio (GER) of Haryana is already 20% more than the national average.

        We are also implementing the RTE in letter and spirit. We are trying to increase the GER further and urge students to take up higher studies.

        We want to convert our manpower into skilled human resource. We are setting our curriculum according to industry needs. We are not producing unemployable youth.

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        • Re : Spire Orion at South Spire World, Sector 68, Gurgaon

          Getting an offer from some big investor thru broker @4050-4075 (nego. of 15-25rs) still possible, wonder y he wants to sell when people on this thread are so optimistic.
          Try to corelate this 1.Proposed flyover Badshapur will take years to complete till date making life of commuters hell.2.Education city will take years to complete nothing as of now.3. No proper access road

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          • Re : Spire Orion at South Spire World, Sector 68, Gurgaon

            @NewInvester9,

            What is the size of the unit being offered to u ?
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            • Re : Spire Orion at South Spire World, Sector 68, Gurgaon

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              Originally posted by NewInvester9 View Post
              Getting an offer from some big investor thru broker @4050-4075 (nego. of 15-25rs) still possible, wonder y he wants to sell when people on this thread are so optimistic.
              Try to corelate this 1.Proposed flyover Badshapur will take years to complete till date making life of commuters hell.2.Education city will take years to complete nothing as of now.3. No proper access road
              Hi
              Well every one has his own reasons, maybe he has achieved his target of return. As he might have invested at the initial rate of Rs 2350 psft and thus has a 75% absolute return on investment and a 1.84% CAGR.
              At the same time he might have invested in Palm Hills at of 3550 which now sells at 5200, thus in pure financial terms spire has given the returns that it was required to give,
              ANd a hunter will hunt for the deal maker deal.
              Well or you can ask him why is he selling it,,
              But the more important question is why are you keen to buy it. Never make a decision based on fear of failure ..
              Bye

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              • Re : Spire Orion at South Spire World, Sector 68, Gurgaon

                ManojA offer price is for 1460. Merril2222 I am not very keen to buy here just weighing between sector 68,37 and 92 as the price are almost identical 92 being the cheapest.

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                • Re : Spire Orion at South Spire World, Sector 68, Gurgaon

                  Originally posted by NewInvester9 View Post
                  ManojA offer price is for 1460. Merril2222 I am not very keen to buy here just weighing between sector 68,37 and 92 as the price are almost identical 92 being the cheapest.
                  Isn't it intriguing that you aren't too keen on this property because you have doubts on development of education hub and a flyover but are weighing on other sectors which do not even have any infra in place ?
                  Now, whether you are considering for investment or end- use, I can give you umpteen reasons why sector 68 has better location than the other two sectors. But I believe if you like introspection,then you can ask yourself these questions and you yourself would know why:
                  1) Are there good schools nearby for my kids to study ? If not now, when in future?
                  2) What will happen in case of a medical emergency. Quality hospitals nearby?
                  3) How much time would it take to commute to offices on MG Road or Sohna Road or upcoming office on GCX or even Udyog Vihar. Whether I have to rely on one main road which is NH8 or two ie Pataudi road and NH8 or various options like GCX,Sohna Road, HUDA city centre road, Faridabad Gurgaon road etc.
                  4) If I am buying in resale and construction progresses as expected for all three and I ultimately sell it to an end user. If he is intelligent, would he consider above three points ? If yes, which property would be the easiest to sell?
                  5) Leaving aside hype, which areas in close proximity have premium properties at the moment GCX or NH8 or Boundary of Manesar?
                  6) What would boost prices the most : a small new industrial unit near sector 37 industrial area, a new DLF hyped launch for 20000 psft with no takers and a replica of Galleria or Gurgaon's very own University? All look good on paper and may never see light. But what if they do?

                  If you believe introspection is for logical investors and Gurgaon is a place for hype investment with no place for logic, then please ignore whatever I just wrote.

                  Happy investing !!

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                  • Re : Spire Orion at South Spire World, Sector 68, Gurgaon

                    ggnkaaadmi read ur comments I would say that they are like mix bag, well agreeing to few points while disagreeing with few others , Gurgaon or any other market is driven by logics only,hype can work to a certain limit. I as an investor has always invested after lot of research and logics receiving very handsome returns. Had Dwarka express way be ready by now prices would have move north and would had left rest of gurgaon in pricing . The issues with Sector 68 were discussed my earlier posts. Sector 37 has its own benefits 2 kms from dwarka express highway , 3 kms from NH8 , very near to pataudi road and basai road. Prime issue is of flyover at honda chowk. U can continue investing without logical research but I would certainly not recommend anyone to invest without proper research.

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                    • Re : Spire Orion at South Spire World, Sector 68, Gurgaon

                      Originally posted by NewInvester9 View Post
                      ggnkaaadmi read ur comments I would say that they are like mix bag, well agreeing to few points while disagreeing with few others , Gurgaon or any other market is driven by logics only,hype can work to a certain limit. I as an investor has always invested after lot of research and logics receiving very handsome returns. Had Dwarka express way be ready by now prices would have move north and would had left rest of gurgaon in pricing . The issues with Sector 68 were discussed my earlier posts. Sector 37 has its own benefits 2 kms from dwarka express highway , 3 kms from NH8 , very near to pataudi road and basai road. Prime issue is of flyover at honda chowk. U can continue investing without logical research but I would certainly not recommend anyone to invest without proper research.
                      Though I appreciate your opinion but just extending your logic for sector 37

                      - 2 kms from DEX - agreed, but its a road leading you where? Dwarka on one end and Kherki Dhaula on other which is 12km from iffco chowk
                      - 3Kms from NH8 - Again NH8 is popular for its corporate office which are in udyog vihar, DLF ph2,3, sec 30, 31, sohna road.
                      - near pataudi road and basai road? benefit? - may be you are referring to approach to far future commercial locations

                      The approach roads are advertised by builders/ brokers to show good connectivity to a project but we often miss to realise what it needs to connect to for ex- to work, schools, hospital, markets, airport, entertainment, restaurants etc.

                      Option like SS68 which by virtue of being in Sec68 is already much closer to all this and is available at approx similar or marginally higher prices; so logic should be simple.

                      cheers
                      Last edited by Gaurav23; May 16 2013, 06:57 PM.

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