In most of new societies coming up in noida, flat density is pretty high(around 100 or more). So we know we can't have better options in new projects, in terms of flat density(unless you are going for ultra-costly projects). what I wanted to know, what is flat density in existing societies in noida, and its impact on value of project. so if you have details about any society where people have been living for at least 2-3 years, please post in following format.

1. Name :-
2. location :-
3. area :-
4. number of flats :-
5. density :- (4/3)
6. approx. resale price psf :-

please fill as many details as you can from above categories.

I will also like to do similar exercise for sector plots. for that I will need following information

1. sector name :-
2. area of sector :-
3. number of plots :-
4. floors per plot :- (I am thinking somewhere between 2.5-3, as most of the plots nowadays have 3 floor construction with very few 2 floor or 1 floor construction)
5. floor density :- (4*3/2)

please try to be as accurate as possible.
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  • Flats is understood, but not clear how are plots dependent on "density". One plot will be for one dwelling unit...

    Please clarify...

    Originally Posted by alokgarg

    I will also like to do similar exercise for sector plots. for that I will need following information

    1. sector name :-
    2. area of sector :-
    3. number of plots :-
    4. floors per plot :- (I am thinking somewhere between 2.5-3, as most of the plots nowadays have 3 floor construction with very few 2 floor or 1 floor construction)
    5. floor density :- (4*3/2)

    please try to be as accurate as possible.
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  • nowadays, people generally construct 3 floors in their plots, with one for self use and 2 on rent. so it is 3 flats or families per plot. this is the major reason for sectors being so crowded.

    if we are going to compare plots and societies in terms of density, then we should know how many families will actually be living in that sector. becuase crowing will depend on number of families, which is generally 1 per flat in a society and generally 3 per plot in a sector.

    Originally Posted by Magadh_Pride
    Flats is understood, but not clear how are plots dependent on "density". One plot will be for one dwelling unit...

    Please clarify...
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  • It is a good thread.I am also interested to know which project is having low density in noida/greater noida
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  • 1. Name :- ATS VILLAGE
    2. location :- Sector 93A
    3. area :- 17 acre
    4. number of flats :- 732 (25 towers)
    5. density :- (4/3) ~43
    6. approx. resale price psf :- ~7000/-
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  • Gaur grandeur: Sector 119
    Total area: 7.5 Acres
    No of Flats: 700-750
    No of Towers: 10
    Density: 100 Flats per Acre
    Expected resale price of old towers: 3500-3700
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  • Sunshine Helios
    Total area: 5.5 Acres
    No of Flats: 396 + Pent House (Min Flat size is 1575 and max is 3200)
    No of Towers: 6
    Density: 72 Flats per Acre
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  • GREATER NOIDA REGION

    1. Name :- NRI City GH-1
    2. location :- Opposite Jaypee Golf resort, Pari chowk
    3. area :- 10 acres
    4. number of flats :- 320 (12 towers)
    5. density :- 32 flats per acre
    6. approx. resale price psf :- ~3500 psf
    7. Gnoida Metro staation planned will be within 500mtrs from this project
    8. No 1,2 bhk flats. Smallest Appartment is 3 Bhk with servant room/toilet - approx 1700sq.ft
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  • some people have posted details of under construction or just constructed projects. I only want to concentrate on projects where people are living for at least 2 years, becuase that means people has started living in most of the flats and crowding is at its maximum value. only then we can discuss quality of life there.

    Also any idea about number of plots and area of nay sector in noida?
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