Board irons out development bottlenecks
Jan 12, 2013, 01.41AM IST TNN

NOIDA: Several development projects were approved in the joint board meeting of the Noida, Greater Noida and Yamuna Expressway authorities on Friday. Even though the main focus remained on boosting connectivity and developing industrial clusters, the authorities even attempted to pacify agitating farmers by amending provisions related to land acquisition.

Noida Authority CEO Sanjeev Saran said rapid population growth has led to an urgent need to improve the transportation system. An additional 170 buses, including 20 semi low-floor buses and 50 feeder vehicles, will be started at the cost of Rs 40.5 crore. "The Authority will develop the city bus terminal in Sector 82 on 3.9 hectare with world-class infrastructure," he said.

Concerned over rampant accidents on Noida-Greater Noida Expressway, an Rs 15 crore Intelligent Transport System (ITS) will be installed to monitor and manage traffic flow.

To counter farmers' agitation, the board passed several amendments in the provisions to sort out abadi regularization, disbursement of developed land, enhanced compensation and inherited and non-inherited property issues.

"The land in Gautam Budh Nagar district was acquired in three phase in 1976, 1979 and 1997. Earlier, those farmers whose land was acquired in 1976 were eligible to get 5% abadi land, while those whose land was acquired between 1979 and 1997 were kept out of pool. The board has approved to grant abadi land to these farmers too," said Rajesh Prakash, administrative officer, Noida Authority.

"The minimum size of developed plots to be given to farmers whose land was acquired will be 40sq.mtr. The 5% developed plots will also be given to those farmers who were found eligible for plots below 40sq.mtr," Prakash added.

Around Rs 650 crore has already been disbursed towards enhanced compensation to farmers and the board has approved another Rs 450 crore. For village development work, the engineering department will not need approval from the land records department now.

The number of highrises in the city is expected to increase in the next two years, so there is a need of updated fire safety infrastructure. "The Authority will buy 72m hydraulic machines in case of fires in highrises," Saran said. A 1MW solar power plant will be developed on a 5 acre plot over the Sector 135-152 irrigation drain mainly for streetlights.

NOIDA: Several development projects were approved in the joint board meeting of the Noida, Greater Noida and Yamuna Expressway authorities on Friday. Even though the main focus remained on boosting connectivity and developing industrial clusters, the authorities even attempted to pacify agitating farmers by amending provisions related to land acquisition.

Noida Authority CEO Sanjeev Saran said rapid population growth has led to an urgent need to improve the transportation system. An additional 170 buses, including 20 semi low-floor buses and 50 feeder vehicles, will be started at the cost of Rs 40.5 crore. "The Authority will develop the city bus terminal in Sector 82 on 3.9 hectare with world-class infrastructure," he said.

Concerned over rampant accidents on Noida-Greater Noida Expressway, an Rs 15 crore Intelligent Transport System (ITS) will be installed to monitor and manage traffic flow.

To counter farmers' agitation, the board passed several amendments in the provisions to sort out abadi regularization, disbursement of developed land, enhanced compensation and inherited and non-inherited property issues.

"The land in Gautam Budh Nagar district was acquired in three phase in 1976, 1979 and 1997. Earlier, those farmers whose land was acquired in 1976 were eligible to get 5% abadi land, while those whose land was acquired between 1979 and 1997 were kept out of pool. The board has approved to grant abadi land to these farmers too," said Rajesh Prakash, administrative officer, Noida Authority.

"The minimum size of developed plots to be given to farmers whose land was acquired will be 40sq.mtr. The 5% developed plots will also be given to those farmers who were found eligible for plots below 40sq.mtr," Prakash added.

Around Rs 650 crore has already been disbursed towards enhanced compensation to farmers and the board has approved another Rs 450 crore. For village development work, the engineering department will not need approval from the land records department now.

The number of highrises in the city is expected to increase in the next two years, so there is a need of updated fire safety infrastructure. "The Authority will buy 72m hydraulic machines in case of fires in highrises," Saran said. A 1MW solar power plant will be developed on a 5 acre plot over the Sector 135-152 irrigation drain mainly for streetlights.
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  • Noida to have solar power plant
    Jan 11, 2013, 08.15PM IST PTI

    NOIDA: Noida Board today gave approval for 1 MW solar power generation plant and highway traffic management system for Noida-Greater Noida expressway.

    High mast CCTV cameras would be set up at regular distance on the 22.5 kilometer long expressway, said Sanjiv Saran, CEO Noida.

    The Board also gave approval to 1 MW solar power project on the UP irrigation possession land along Yamuna bank and Noida drain.

    "Intially, we will set up 1 MW plant and later more plants will be set up in the city," said Saran.

    Briefing about solar energy project status in the state, Saran said solar energy projects have been undertaken in 2000 villages across 46 districts mainly for street lighting.

    100 telecom towers in the state are being equipped with solar energy panels. In Noida too, several traffic signals are being run on solar energy, said Saran.

    Some of the other decisions approved by the Board included Zonal office proposals at Sector 67 and Sector 137.

    The fire department will be given 72-meter-long hydraulic ladder platform, 2 advance rescue tenders, two thermal imaging camers, 2 motorcycle-borne water system, 150 personal protecting clothing.
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  • I started this new thread because Noida had no dedicated thread for real estate update Like other cities have one.
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  • पब्लिक ट्रांसपोर्ट होगा परफेक्ट


    Jan 12, 2013, 08.00AM IST
    विनोद शर्मा ॥ नोएडा
    अखिलेश सरकार के सत्ता में आने के बाद से अथॉरिटी की तीसरी बोर्ड बैठक शुक्रवार को हुई। 178 वीं इस बोर्ड बैठक को मैराथन कहा जा सकता है। इसमें कुल मिलाकर 64 प्रस्ताव रखे गए थे। इनमें पब्लिक ट्रांसपोर्ट को मजबूत करने की दिशा में कई प्रस्ताव पारित किए गए हैं। पहली बार नाले को पाटकर एक मेगावाट का सोलर पावर स्टेशन भी अथॉरिटी बनाएगी। इसके अलावा, अन्य कई डिवेलपमेंट की प्लानिंग पर मुहर लगी।
    सेमी लो फ्लोर व मिनी बसें होंगी शुमार
    सेक्टर-6 में हुई अथॉरिटी बोर्ड मीटिंग की अध्यक्षता राकेश बहादुर ने की। नोएडा अथॉरिटी के सीईओ संजीव सरन ने प्रेस कॉन्फ्रेंस में बताया कि अथॉरिटी ने सिटी बस सर्विस को बेहतर करने के लिए यूपी रोडवेज के बेडे़ में 170 नई बसें बढ़ाने को मंजूरी दी है। अभी तक अथॉरिटी ने रोडवेज को कुल 241 बसें दे रखीं हैं। अथॉरिटी 23 करोड़ की लागत से सौ बड़ी बसें, 8.5 करोड़ में 50 मिनी बसें व 9 करोड़ में 20 सेमी लो फ्लोर बसें खरीदकर रोडवेज को देगी। इसके बाद पब्लिक ट्रांसपोर्ट से वंचित एरिया में भी बसें चलने लगेंगी।
    सेक्टर-135 व 67 में खुलेंगे जोनल ऑफिस
    संजीव सरन ने बताया कि अथॉरिटी ने दो जोनल ऑफिस सेक्टर-135 व सेक्टर-67 में खोलने का फैसला किया है। इसके बाद सभी को सेक्टर-6 कार्यालय में आने की जरूरत नहीं पड़ेगी। इसके अलावा, अथॉरिटी ने सेक्टर-44 में जगह न मिलने के चलते अपने प्रशासनिक भवन के लिए सेक्टर-96 में प्लाट नंबर एच-01 का चयन किया है।
    सोलर पावर स्टेशन पर मुहर
    संजीव सरन ने बताया कि सेक्टर-137 के पास से बहने वाले नाले को ढककर इस पर एक मेगावाट का सोलर पावर स्टेशन बनाने का फैसला बोर्ड ने किया है। इस प्रोजेक्ट के लिए 5 एकड़ जमीन की जरूरत होगी। यह जमीन डे्रन को ढककर बनाई जाएगी। इस तरह का प्रयोग गुजरात में किया गया है।
    एक्सप्रेस-वे पर हाइवे टै्रफिक मैनेजमेंट
    सीईओ ने बताया कि एक्सप्रेस-वे पर हाइवे टै्रफिक मैनेजमेंट के लिए एक कंसलटेंट की नियुक्ति की जाएगी। इस प्रोजेक्ट में हाइवे पर 200 किलोमीटर प्रति घंटे की रफ्तार से दौड़ रही गाड़ी की प्लेट भी कैमरा अपने रेकॉर्ड में दर्ज कर लेगा। इसके अलावा, यदि कहीं एक्सप्रेस-वे पर कोई ट्रक खड़ा है तो वह पहले ही बता देगा।
    फायर फाइटिंग के लिए कसी कमर
    नोएडा व ग्रेनो में हाईराइज बिल्डिंगों को ध्यान में रखते हुए 72 मीटर ऊंचा हाइड्रोलिक प्लेटफॉर्म खरीदा जाएगा। मुंबई के बाद नोएडा में इतने ऊंचे प्लेटफॉर्म खरीदे जाएंगे। इसके अलावा , अन्य जरूरी सामान भी फायर डिपार्टमेंट को दिया जाएगा। इसके लिए एडीजी फायर ने अथॉरिटी के साथ मीटिंग कर डिमांड की थी।
    424 करोड़ में बनेगी हॉस्पिटल की नई बिल्डिंग
    अथॉरिटी ने सेक्टर -39 में मॉडर्न टेक्नोलॉजी से युक्त हास्पिटल की बिल्डिंग बनाने की तैयारी की है। इसके लिए 424 करोड़ की लागत का अनुमान किया गया है। यह 220 बेड का होगा। इसका निर्माण 14 हजार वर्ग मीटर पर होगा।
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  • WHAT HAPPENED TO THESE ''DREAMS'' OR ''PROPOSALS''


    POSTING LINKS BELOW (Read them along with their PUBLISHED DATES !!!)

    1.GREATER NOIDA AIRPORT
    Speedy Patel nod for Noida airport - Home - livemint.com

    2. METRO EXPANSION
    The Hindu : Front Page : Delhi Metro map to cover Greater Noida

    Greater Noida CEO Rama Raman on Greater Noida Metro - YouTube


    3. NIGHT SAFARI
    Night safari in Noida soon - Times Of India

    4. NOIDA TRANSPORT HUB
    Noida set to get own transport hub - Indian Express

    5. BODAKI RAILWAY STATION
    Major transport hub likely in G Noida - Times Of India

    6. NOIDA BRIDGES
    'Bridges in every 5-6 km to link NH-2 with Yamuna Expressway' - Economic Times

    7. BUDGETS DECLARED FOR THESE REGIONS
    Noida gets 5,000 crore for infra development - Times Of India

    8. MEDI CITY¨NOIDA AND GREATER NOIDA
    Fortis medicity in Ansal township - Economic Times

    Government plans three special 'cities' in Noida - Times Of India


    9. IT CITY, BIO TECH CITY NOIDA Government plans three special 'cities' in Noida - Times Of India


    10. NOIDA GARBAGE MANAGEMENT
    Noida to rope in private players to deal with garbage | TwoCircles.net

    11. GREATER NOIDA - GHAZIABAD EXPRESSWAY
    Ghaziabad's two steps for better connectivity - Times Of India

    12. FNG EXPRESSWAY
    An imminent destination - Indian Express

    13. UPPER GANGA EXPRESSWAY, GANGA EXPRESSWAY
    Departments must work in sync for improving quality of roads - Times Of India

    14. ADVANCED SECURITY PLAN TO IMPROVE SECURITY IN NOIDA
    Rs 380-crore security plan for Noida to check crime graph



    NO.14 IS MY FAVOURITE ....:)....Hawai mahal by NA
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  • Originally Posted by advant
    WHAT HAPPENED TO THESE ''DREAMS'' OR ''PROPOSALS''


    POSTING LINKS BELOW (Read them along with their PUBLISHED DATES !!!)

    1.GREATER NOIDA AIRPORT
    Speedy Patel nod for Noida airport - Home - livemint.com

    2. METRO EXPANSION
    The Hindu : Front Page : Delhi Metro map to cover Greater Noida

    Greater Noida CEO Rama Raman on Greater Noida Metro - YouTube


    3. NIGHT SAFARI
    Night safari in Noida soon - Times Of India

    4. NOIDA TRANSPORT HUB
    Noida set to get own transport hub - Indian Express

    5. BODAKI RAILWAY STATION
    Major transport hub likely in G Noida - Times Of India

    6. NOIDA BRIDGES
    'Bridges in every 5-6 km to link NH-2 with Yamuna Expressway' - Economic Times

    7. BUDGETS DECLARED FOR THESE REGIONS
    Noida gets 5,000 crore for infra development - Times Of India

    8. MEDI CITY¨NOIDA AND GREATER NOIDA
    Fortis medicity in Ansal township - Economic Times

    Government plans three special 'cities' in Noida - Times Of India


    9. IT CITY, BIO TECH CITY NOIDA Government plans three special 'cities' in Noida - Times Of India


    10. NOIDA GARBAGE MANAGEMENT
    Noida to rope in private players to deal with garbage | TwoCircles.net

    11. GREATER NOIDA - GHAZIABAD EXPRESSWAY
    Ghaziabad's two steps for better connectivity - Times Of India

    12. FNG EXPRESSWAY
    An imminent destination - Indian Express

    13. UPPER GANGA EXPRESSWAY, GANGA EXPRESSWAY
    Departments must work in sync for improving quality of roads - Times Of India

    14. ADVANCED SECURITY PLAN TO IMPROVE SECURITY IN NOIDA
    Rs 380-crore security plan for Noida to check crime graph



    NO.14 IS MY FAVOURITE ....:)....Hawai mahal by NA

    I think you will be banned as usual soon..
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  • Who cares.....!!!!!!

    I was...am..and will always be a part of this forum

    as per MY WISH....:)

    Jab mann hoga...aaunga....aur jaunga...

    Noida projects ki barbadi ke kissey yaheen padhunga.....

    XYZ builder has seepage...too much loading...too dense...no sunlight...no ventillation...waiting 10 mins for lifts...lifts break downs....parking issues....load shedding...etc etc etc

    All coming soon...wait and watch

    People have been warned...but if they choose to jump....then Jump !!!!
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  • Gurgaon, Noida set to eclipse Bangalore in IT space




    North India has emerged a hot spot for IT and IT-enabled services industry with many large companies setting up their businesses here. While Shimla and Chandigarh are among the top cities with investment potential, it is the National Capital Region, including Gurgaon and Noida, that is becoming the preferred destinations for companies offering IT, ITeS, BPO, BTO and KPO services in various domains such as banking, financial services, insurance, pharma, auto, FMCG and manufacturing.

    According to a study by Assocham, Bangalore may lose its crown of India’s Tech Eden to Gurgaon and Noida. The study showed that leading IT and ITeS vendors prefer to shift their focus from Bangalore to other cities — especially the satellite cities of Gurgaon and Noida — to generate more revenues.

    Assocham interacted with around 800 directors, CEOs, CFOs, chairmen and managing directors of Indian and multinational companies in various verticals with a choice of five cities to relocate their businesses to garner more revenues.

    CONDUCIVE ENVIRONMENT

    As many as 30 per cent of the top-ranked officials of IT companies based out of Bangalore said they prefer to shift their business to Gurgaon. Of the remaining, 25 per cent respondents said they would prefer to shift their base to Noida or Greater Noida which are rapidly developing software and BPO hubs. About 20 per cent said that they would prefer to shift their base to Chandigarh, which offers a conducive business environment.

    “Gurgaon’s cosmopolitan culture, modern infrastructure, availability of skilled workforce and proximity to Delhi along with industry-friendly government policies are the factors which give it the edge,” Assocham said. Some of the top names in IT, including HCL, NIIT and Genpact, are based in NCR . “The advantages we see in this part of the country include good infrastructure with better connectivity within the area. Another major enabling factor is the relevant pool of resource/talent available due to the spread of reputed educational institutions in this area,” said the NIIT Technologies spokesperson. The company has 4,700 employees in the NCR region across three offices spread over 7.8 lakh square feet. Himachal Pradesh is portraying itself as an alternative location to the NCR. Nasscom conducted an extensive survey amongst 11 cities/ towns to find out the relative advantages/disadvantages of these cities/towns to attract IT investments.

    The survey discovered that Himachal Pradesh is uniquely positioned to exploit its inherent as well as inculcated plus points for furthering IT in the State.

    The major advantages include excellent power situation, salubrious climate eminently suited to IT industries, capability to increase the pool of skilled manpower, engineering colleges and other educational institutions, low cost of setting up an IT unit as well as low recurring cost (including cost of living).

    SOFTWARE TECH PARK

    Chandigarh and Jaipur are the other emerging cities for IT investors. The Software Technology Park in Mohali is the top exporter of software among the Tier 2 cities in North India. It is also one of the top three software exporters amongst the Tier 2 cities in India. Chandigarh got a boost for IT investments when the Government set up the Rajiv Gandhi Chandigarh Technology Park. “Chandigarh, being one of the first planned cities in India, always had an extremely good civic infrastructure and power situation. The connectivity to Delhi is excellent due to the Shatabdi trains and has, therefore, attracted many companies to consider the Tricity as an alternative location in North India,” says a PwC report.


    Gurgaon, Noida set to eclipse Bangalore in IT space
    Hindu Business Line-09-Jan-2013
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  • The year 2013 will be a game changer for the real estate industry, in terms of policies and regulations , with most pending bills expected to be passed in Parliament in the coming quarters, according to Pranab Datta, Chairman - Knight Frank India. Specifically in the case of real estate , these include the passage of two crucial bills, namely Real Estate Regulation Bill and Land Acquisition Bill, which are expected to boost the sentiment of all stakeholders.

    Pointing out that the government is serious on introducing reforms in India - as can be seen from the recent approval of FDI in multi-brand retail - Mr Datta believes that the RBI can also be expected to lower interest rates in the coming months, which will benefit developers as well as consumers .
    "The change in sentiment on account of the above measures will have a positive impact on all the segments of real estate whether it is retail, office or residential and will certainly make 2013 a much better year in comparison to the last year," he says.

    Looking on the bright side from a home buyer's point of view, he observes that the year can be considered positive for property buyers as prices have remained stagnant unlike the previous two years where most of the cities witnessed a steep price rise. "This offers a window of opportunity for those buyers who were sitting on the fence till now to start considering their purchase decision," he explains.

    Speaking of the residential real estate sector, Rohan D'Silva- National Director, Residential Agency, Knight Frank India, adds that the residential real estate front has also seen some "exciting launches across the country" , though not all of them may have met with the high expectations set. "It has been observed that projects that offered differentiated products at a good price were well accepted by consumers ," he says. This was true for products ranging from 4 to even 50 million INR.

    "Some of the quick movers in the mass housing segments were products that were priced in the range of Rs. 4000 to Rs. 5500 per sq. in locations like Noida , Navi Mumbai and North Bengaluru. Launches in the range of Rs.16000 to Rs.19000 per sq. from reputed developers in Central Mumbai have also seen good off-take . This area has seen a lot of consumption because of the increase in prices for projects that were launched in 2010 - 2011 and the ones who missed the boat last year didn't want to leave out this time around."

    As Knight Frank representatives point out, the silver lining for all those who missed the boat, both developers and consumers, is that "2013 will start a fresh beginning. In a country that has an acute housing shortage there will always be takers provided the offering is enticing" .
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  • commercial office leasing in noida is FAR FAR below Gurgaon

    Many Office spaces in noida expressway are unable to find tenants

    ETT Towers near Genesis school....Almost empty

    Advant Navis...started some leasing (thankfully) but still vacant

    Jaypee Chambers...Failed to take off...No takers..inspite of direct dealing with companies and good location

    Gurgaon will zoom ahead in next 5-10 years further and will lead NCR in terms of MNC presence...easily
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  • Originally Posted by advant
    Who cares.....!!!!!!

    I was...am..and will always be a part of this forum

    as per MY WISH....:)

    Jab mann hoga...aaunga....aur jaunga...

    Noida projects ki barbadi ke kissey yaheen padhunga.....

    XYZ builder has seepage...too much loading...too dense...no sunlight...no ventillation...waiting 10 mins for lifts...lifts break downs....parking issues....load shedding...etc etc etc

    All coming soon...wait and watch

    People have been warned...but if they choose to jump....then Jump !!!!


    by now, LB and Mahagun maple have occupied by buyers..did you get a chance to actually see how is const and how the finish product looks like in your parameter....
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  • Noida or Gurgaon: Which one is better?


    Posted on Feb 13, 2012 by Gaurav Gupta

    The title of this passage quite rightly summarizes the dilemma which most working professionals face when they shift to the National Capital Territory of Delhi. Both of them being industrial clusters are the hub of IT, ITES and manufacturing companies and have attracted a large number of professionals from all across the country. To compare both cities and declare one of them as better would be a fallacious argument as each city has its own strength and weaknesses and cater to the requirement of different segment of the population.


    To conduct any comparison between any two cities, it is imperative to compare the activity happening on the construction front. i.e. the number of projects being launched vis-à-vis their absorption over the past year. A quick look at the above graph will reveal that Gurgaon has an edge over Noida in terms of new launches while both cities are more or less equal in terms of absorption rates that indicate that demand for affordable housing is more or less robust throughout the National Capital Region.

    A close look at the first section of the graph that indicates the real estate scenario in Gurgaon shows that nearly 4 million square feet of space has been developed and launched by March 2011 and nearly 90% of it was absorbed meaning sold off in the present financial year. Demand peaked in Q4 FY’10 when nearly 10 million square feet of space was developed and launched. Though the numbers of launches have gone down subsequently but absorption continues to be high. By the first quarter of 2011 both new launches and absorption rates were high indicating that the real estate market continues to be robust.



    Now let us take a close look at the real estate market in Noida that saw a slew of launches in the early part of 2010. Nearly 14 million square feet of new projects were launched in February 2010 but the absorption did not match the quantum of launches.

    After a brief dip in March 2010, the market again picked up in Q2’2010 and the demand remained robust till Q3’2010. After Q4’ 2010, Noida’s real estate market went into a free-fall and both new launches and absorption petered down. This can be partly due to the fact that much of the construction activity has shifted to Greater Noida after the development of the Noida–Greater Noida Expressway. Much of the action in the construction space has also moved in and around the ‘Buddh International Circuit’ with the development of a Sports City in anticipation of the Formula One Championship that concluded in November 2010.

    Other reasons that have contributed to the slow growth in Noida’s property market has been the prevailing lawlessness in the city and the fewer number of domestic and international companies in the city as compared to Gurgaon.

    Infrastructure
    One of the most important criteria to compare any two cities is their infrastructure. However, both these cities fare poorly on this count and lag behind Delhi in terms of basic infrastructure be it electricity, water or solid waste disposal. Power cuts are frequent in both these cities and it is common to see power outages of around 8 to 12 hours during summer.

    Noida has a better water supply situation as compared to Gurgaon and plans to provide 100% Ganga water to its residents by 2020. Solid waste disposal is also a problem in Gurgaon as sewage lines are missing in most colonies and in New Gurgaon sectors sewage is dumped in vacant plots. Noida and Greater Noida have more or less eliminated this problem as they allow private developers to construct and maintain the infrastructure.

    Education
    Gurgaon may lag behind Noida in terms of infrastructure but Gurgaon is one step ahead of Noida when it comes to the quality of educational institutions that are available for school going kids. When it comes to infrastructure, Noida has much better roads as compared to Gurgaon while the power and electricity situation is appalling in both cities. However, those who live in gated communities do not have any such problems as there is round the clock power and water supply in these communities.

    Healthcare
    If you take healthcare, you would find that Noida has more hospitals than Gurgaon and offers very affordable medical facilities. But Gurgaon is now catching up fast as a few privately owned and managed hospitals offering world-class medical facilities have now become operational.

    Capital Appreciation
    Gurgaon has offered steady property appreciation over the past twenty to thirty years and even if you sell property within a year of buying it, you are sure to book a profit. While in Noida, you will have to hold a property for five years to register a profit as the rate of appreciation in property is low. A brief comparison of the two cities would reveal that if prices of residential property rise by 5 to 8% in a year, then in Gurgaon, the price appreciation would be around 10 to 12%. But the disparity isn’t going to remain huge for a very long time as there are a lot of developers who are building high–quality commercial and residential projects along the Noida-Greater Noida Expressway.

    Shopping and Dining
    When it comes to shopping, there is no city in India that can offer better options than Gurgaon. Noida is way behind Gurgaon when it comes to entertainment, shopping and eating out options. But the cost of living index in Gurgaon is much higher than Noida owing to its proximity to the airport and South Delhi. This is one factor which working professionals need to keep in mind while making the decision to shift to Gurgaon.

    Here, in this write-up, we have given a more or less complete picture of the infrastructure, education, traffic, healthcare scenario in both Noida and Gurgaon. Based on the information provided in this write-up reader’s can draw their own conclusions about the livability quotient in both these cities and decide whether to live in Noida or Gurgaon.
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  • He He He

    Gurgaon Medical facilities are far better than Noida
    Just visit Medanta, Fortis medi city and Max gurgaon

    and compare with
    Dingy max noida
    Fortis noida....which dwarfs in comparison to fortis gurgaon

    Medanta medi city...well what to say....

    Of course Gurgaon has the cream crowd....so such hospitals will open there only


    And Mr. Cookie...I love your attitude...i just hope that facts dont catch up in ur dreams..and you wake up
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    • Bsharma0591 years ago
      Gurgaon is the worst place to live, Noida is Far Far better than GGN.
  • Originally Posted by advant
    He He He

    Gurgaon Medical facilities are far better than Noida
    Just visit Medanta, Fortis medi city and Max gurgaon

    and compare with
    Dingy max noida
    Fortis noida....which dwarfs in comparison to fortis gurgaon

    Medanta medi city...well what to say....

    Of course Gurgaon has the cream crowd....so such hospitals will open there only


    And Mr. Cookie...I love your attitude...i just hope that facts dont catch up in ur dreams..and you wake up

    I live in Gurgaon.. invested in gurgaon and even buying in Greater noida..
    better you come down on earth..

    I wish your posts made my mind change.. heheheh
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  • Originally Posted by ankitmittal14
    by now, LB and Mahagun maple have occupied by buyers..did you get a chance to actually see how is const and how the finish product looks like in your parameter....



    Didnt visit Mahagun

    LB..yes many times...i have commercial space in it

    If you look at the flat INDIVIDUALLY...3c has done a good job

    If you look at Building INDIVIDUALLY...again a decent job

    But the moment you see all the Buildings together and imagine them to be 50-70% occupied which it will be within next 3-4 years....Its a TURN OFF

    Maintenance is the KEY in such dense projects

    3c HAS maintained its commercials pretty decently....and i hope they manage their residentials well also

    but i am expecting a large % of tenants as well...plus the sheer volume is so high that its bound to have issues in maintenance

    All in all-----WORTH 3000-4000 psf......No doubt


    Not worth the present price....If i had to buy...I owuld rather buy a plot than in this project at prsent rate
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