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- Infrastructure has to compliment real estate
As I'm reading this, I feel as if I'm seeing the mirror of Gurgaon. Great presentation. :)
Gurgaon is a city of diversities....where glass buidings have jhuggis for neighbourhood, swanky cars and 'buses loaded with people on rooftops' ply on the same roads; and bumpy roads lead to the most sophisticated location. (I wish I had pictures to show you)
Its time people send a wakeup call to the authorities as I believe....real estate alone cannot thrive without a complimenting infrastructure.
Hey friends!! Do your city reflect the same image?
How about some pictures............CommentQuote0Flag
- Gurgaon Sucks for Sure – NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH
Gurrrrrrrrrrrrr-Gaooooooooooon for Sure.
The city/shity has lost all its ‘so called charm’. Did it have any in the first place? There is nothing to look forward to in this horrible city. It’s just a pity. A perfect example of how cities and things are shaping up in this great corrupt country.
It is the nexus of the politicians, developers and the financers who control the prices.
It seems most of the Gurgaonites are helpless as they are purely a victim of the wrath of the authorities like HUDA etc.
The village called “Gur-Goan” is no “good” any more. Was it good anyway? Our politicians and bureaucrats are busy making their bit of money and the poor people (rich middle class) have to bear the brunt.
Haryana as a state has been known to be a corrupt state with un-educated lot running the system.
Talk about the state of roads, traffic, parks, parkings, office buildings, commercial offices, shopping malls, shacks, cattle, cows, dogs, liquor shops, cabs, locals or else, this lousy place has nothing to offer.
Every morning, you find thousands of helpless people battling through in their cars to reach their offices and then crawl back to their homes later in the evening. It almost takes 2 hours to reach Delhi. The NH8 construction is a contuining menace.
Cab drivers beat the Formula rally drivers and would probably give Michael Schumacher, a run for his money. The traffic cops are simply loitering on the roads or sitting/smoking on their chairs under some road side tree.
The rickshaw pullers move like asteroids and can dodge/damage every single vessel that comes their way. They park virtually anywhere under the sun, be it crossings, corners or between the road.
Well folks, the list goes on……… so if you are not worried about your property loosing steam by posting the Gurgaon truth, please feel free to do so…..
- Found an old thread. How do you people think this has changed with the time? Asking because i m new to Gurgaon & traveling from Delhi to work. Dont have much info about ggn inside storiesCommentQuote0Flag
- Nothing has changed, but thanks for bumping up a great thread - very good articleCommentQuote0Flag
- Great piece of article shared by Expresso.
3 years have gone by when this article was written, nothing substantial has changed in Gurgaon. And while we plan to invest in a new property, we expect the entire world to change around the property location. Prices might go up between the soft launch stage to the possession time for that property. However, all around development close to the project looks quite distant.
We should also be concerned in some way for the development of the surroundings and check where our EDC charges goes to...
In Gurgaon, EDC is a big amount of money Rs.332+ as compared to Noida. We nearly pay over 5 lacs for a 1500 sq. ft apartment.
What say guys?CommentQuote0Flag
- Hey !!!
Nice article & on top of that nice comments.CommentQuote0Flag
- Great comments, nice articles. Loved spending time , going through them.CommentQuote0Flag
- Very nicely projected the situation, change of time, an its effect on people....CommentQuote0Flag