Another new project in Noida :

sunshinehelios.com

Website is excellent, no idea about ground reality..Even could not find the builder details..But the concept and amenities are excellent..

Has anyone got any clue about builder and any completed project by him.

Surprisingly no broker is also talking about this project.
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  • Originally Posted by shaitaan
    Good observation ... in some layouts i have seen the hall is circular, triangular, Pentagon and Octagon and that looks really nice. :D



    if the brain is infected with virus, it might forget about the square shape that was taught in school.
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  • Originally Posted by fatichar
    LOL! Maths kis class tak padhe ho?

    Non balcony carpet area of 1550 size in Moderne is 1010 sqft. 1160 is after including balconies.




    should sunshine be complimented for having brokers that are very loyal. Or is it just lack of basic schooling in its brokers, then they LOL on themselves. here is the layout for moderne and try to calculate the numbers once again, I am not very hopeful for a correct answer.:D
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  • Originally Posted by sanjeevchaudhri
    Amrapali is considered as the worst in terms of carpet to super area ratio.
    I compared the non-balcony carpet area of 2475 sq ft flat in Amrapali platinum with 2450 sq ft flat in Helios 1 and the non-balcony carpet area is almost comparable.

    Guys, it would be very tough to maintain the huge balconies which are being provided in Sunshine projects. Since these are open areas, a lot of dust accumulates over the railings and its very tough to clean every square inch daily.

    Also, whats the purpose of having balconies all around the flat.

    At max, there should be a balcony attached with drawing/dining, one utility bal with Kitchen and one more with master bedroom. Since balcony area upto 5 sq is not counted in FAR, Sunshine has made a kill by selling the huge balcony area to the unsuspecting buyers. Atleast to Mentor and EDA folks, Mr JMD (head of Mentor) should have given a discount of 50% for the balcony area.

    ATS and Amrapali also have the concept of terrace on non-top floors but they charge 50% rate for that area.

    Sunshine management nein Mentor ke logon ko khoob choona lagaya hai.

    I have heard that during half-yearly/annual appraisal, the % increment depends on the number of flats booked by the Mentor employee in the Helios projects (just joking ...)


    true, supertech & amrapali are slightly better peers of the sunshine category
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  • list of factors that make sunshine the worst
    1. near cremation ground
    2. near high tension wire
    3. open nalah in front
    4. area in front is used for excretion
    5. narrow approach road to the project
    6. very high loading (64% carpet area)
    7. bad layout - toilet in front of main entry of flats
    8. bad layout - train bogie like hall
    9. high density residential sector
    10. poor connectivity of the sector
    11. in a block of high density sectors
    12. poor road connectivity
    14. far from most institutional & commercial areas
    15. electricity problems for 7x
    16. poor construction specifications for 3 bhk+ flats
    17. manipulative insider trading possible by the builder
    18. overpriced
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  • Originally Posted by TheGuru
    should sunshine be complimented for having brokers that are very loyal. Or is it just lack of basic schooling in its brokers, then they LOL on themselves. here is the layout for moderne and try to calculate the numbers once again, I am not very hopeful for a correct answer.:D


    I knew you won't post calculations yourself. Never mind. Those who are interested, find them attached. https://api.indianrealestateforum.com/api//v0/attachments/fetch-attachment?node_id=20881
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  • Originally Posted by TheGuru
    list of factors that make sunshine the worst
    1. near cremation ground
    2. near high tension wire
    3. open nalah in front
    4. area in front is used for excretion
    5. narrow approach road to the project
    6. very high loading (64% carpet area)
    7. bad layout - toilet in front of main entry of flats
    8. bad layout - train bogie like hall
    9. high density residential sector
    10. poor connectivity of the sector
    11. in a block of high density sectors
    12. poor road connectivity
    14. far from most institutional & commercial areas
    15. electricity problems for 7x
    16. poor construction specifications for 3 bhk+ flats
    17. manipulative insider trading possible by the builder
    18. overpriced

    19. Very high rise: G+23
    20. Actual flat sizes less than shown in plan.
    21. Ugly bathroom tiles
    22. New builder
    23. Early possession - construction will continue in neighbourhood.
    24. high ceiling height - so more AC bills
    25. no green building
    26. no tennis court
    27. small plot - less open area
    28. No commercial nearby. need to rely on Barola
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  • Originally Posted by TheGuru
    list of factors that make sunshine the worst
    1. near cremation ground
    2. near high tension wire
    3. open nalah in front
    4. area in front is used for excretion
    5. narrow approach road to the project
    6. very high loading (64% carpet area)
    7. bad layout - toilet in front of main entry of flats
    8. bad layout - train bogie like hall
    9. high density residential sector
    10. poor connectivity of the sector
    11. in a block of high density sectors
    12. poor road connectivity
    14. far from most institutional & commercial areas
    15. electricity problems for 7x
    16. poor construction specifications for 3 bhk+ flats
    17. manipulative insider trading possible by the builder
    18. overpriced



    What do you mean by electircity problem...Do u wanna say that NOIDA electurcity will not provide electircity to 7* sectors... Please explain...
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  • Originally Posted by steelium
    What do you mean by electircity problem...Do u wanna say that NOIDA electurcity will not provide electircity to 7* sectors... Please explain...



    yes, it was in news sometime back that NOIDA authority will not provide electricity to 7x sectors.

    Noida Sector 7X Review - Connectivity and Negatives
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  • Originally Posted by TheGuru
    yes, it was in news sometime back that NOIDA authority will not provide electricity to 7x sectors.

    Noida Sector 7X Review - Connectivity and Negatives


    See just a piece of news in a website cant corroborate this....Do you think its really possible...If NOIDA authority will not provide electircity then who will provide it...They are charging EDC from us for all these things...If they can provide good roads (which is much more difficult than erecting few poles for elctircity) much before actual habitation then why not electircity...Is it written somewhere in NOIDA authority planning that they will not provide electicity....Please come up with facts if its there...I have talked to my builder regarding it and they have told me that electircity will be provided by NOIDA authority...
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  • this scope is only about scope of builders to loot the home buyers
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  • Originally Posted by steelium
    See just a piece of news in a website cant corroborate this....Do you think its really possible...If NOIDA authority will not provide electircity then who will provide it...They are charging EDC from us for all these things...If they can provide good roads (which is much more difficult than erecting few poles for elctircity) much before actual habitation then why not electircity...Is it written somewhere in NOIDA authority planning that they will not provide electicity....Please come up with facts if its there...I have talked to my builder regarding it and they have told me that electircity will be provided by NOIDA authority...


    this was a news item in newspapers sometime back. you will have to search, may be you will find that news article on IREF itself.
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  • Originally Posted by TheGuru
    this was a news item in newspapers sometime back. you will have to search, may be you will find that news article on IREF itself.

    Why this step motherly treatment to 7* sectors...any specific reason...
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  • Originally Posted by TheGuru
    list of factors that make sunshine the worst
    1. near cremation ground
    2. near high tension wire
    3. open nalah in front
    4. area in front is used for excretion
    5. narrow approach road to the project
    6. very high loading (64% carpet area)
    7. bad layout - toilet in front of main entry of flats
    8. bad layout - train bogie like hall
    9. high density residential sector
    10. poor connectivity of the sector
    11. in a block of high density sectors
    12. poor road connectivity
    14. far from most institutional & commercial areas
    15. electricity problems for 7x
    16. poor construction specifications for 3 bhk+ flats
    17. manipulative insider trading possible by the builder
    18. overpriced


    Please clerify Point No. 10.
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