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  • Re : Logix Blossom County by Logix Group in Sector 137, Noida

    Construction updates - June'12

    Latest (May-June) visual updates are also up on the Logix website:

    Blossom County | Studio Apartments in Noida | Residential Real Estate Developers in Noida

    The photos simply reiterate the update provided previously re: no stoppage in LBC construction at:

    1. http://www.indianrealestateforum.com...tus-may-12.pdf

    AND

    2. http://www.indianrealestateforum.com...-post1790.html

    I'm not happy with the way Logix has handled customers & PR in this crisis, but construction in LBC not stopping even for a day means a lot too.


    -v

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    • Re : Logix Blossom County by Logix Group in Sector 137, Noida

      in urgent need of money for personal urgency- Want to sell of my 1350/J1/park facing/high rise floor unit.. PM me if interested..

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      • Re : Logix Blossom County by Logix Group in Sector 137, Noida

        Worry about LBC lift:floor ratio resolved (for me at least)

        Here is a technical report (PDF) on lift management in high-density projects:

        http://www.elevatoradvisors.com/docs...SpecSeries.pdf

        Advisable lift:unit ratio is 1:90. Urban locations and high-price units go with 1:60 ratio.

        LBC has 18 towers with 2500 units.

        Each tower has 2 high-speed lifts for a total of 36 lifts giving a lift:unit ratio of 1:69 which seems fine.

        In buildings with more that 10 floors, a separate service lift is highly recommended.

        Even the worst 2BHK filled towers (e.g. J) have 1:80 ratio, so except for the lack of service lift this so called "big LBC issue" too seems over-hyped.

        YMMV.


        -v

        PS: This report is not from a bunch of jokers... these guys designed lift spaces for the Fed HQ etc.

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        • Re : Logix Blossom County by Logix Group in Sector 137, Noida

          Oh dear
          it means lift ratio is ok in LBC
          what about seperate servcie lift in each tower?

          Originally posted by varshar View Post
          Here is a technical report (PDF) on lift management in high-density projects:

          http://www.elevatoradvisors.com/docs...SpecSeries.pdf

          Advisable lift:unit ratio is 1:90. Urban locations and high-price units go with 1:60 ratio.

          LBC has 18 towers with 2500 units.

          Each tower has 2 high-speed lifts for a total of 36 lifts giving a lift:unit ratio of 1:69 which seems fine.

          In buildings with more that 10 floors, a separate service lift is highly recommended.

          Even the worst 2BHK filled towers (e.g. J) have 1:80 ratio, so except for the lack of service lift this so called "big LBC issue" too seems over-hyped.

          YMMV.


          -v

          PS: This report is not from a bunch of jokers... these guys designed lift spaces for the Fed HQ etc.

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          • Re : Logix Blossom County by Logix Group in Sector 137, Noida

            Originally posted by AAASHU View Post
            in urgent need of money for personal urgency- Want to sell of my 1350/J1/park facing/high rise floor unit.. PM me if interested..
            rate?floor?

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            • Re : Logix Blossom County by Logix Group in Sector 137, Noida

              17 towers, one is club, so 34 lifts. & total flats are around 2700+



              Originally posted by varshar View Post
              Here is a technical report (PDF) on lift management in high-density projects:

              http://www.elevatoradvisors.com/docs...SpecSeries.pdf

              Advisable lift:unit ratio is 1:90. Urban locations and high-price units go with 1:60 ratio.

              LBC has 18 towers with 2500 units.

              Each tower has 2 high-speed lifts for a total of 36 lifts giving a lift:unit ratio of 1:69 which seems fine.

              In buildings with more that 10 floors, a separate service lift is highly recommended.

              Even the worst 2BHK filled towers (e.g. J) have 1:80 ratio, so except for the lack of service lift this so called "big LBC issue" too seems over-hyped.

              YMMV.


              -v

              PS: This report is not from a bunch of jokers... these guys designed lift spaces for the Fed HQ etc.

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              • Re : Logix Blossom County by Logix Group in Sector 137, Noida

                Construction updates for LBC - Jun'12

                As per the latest update, progress has slowed down in May-June compared to April-May. Progress is still respectable though i.e. Logix added 8 floors instead of 14 floors.

                http://in.groups.yahoo.com/group/log...atus%2021.jpeg


                No change: A(1), B-club(F), D(20), E(20), F(20), G(20), H(11), I(14), L(10), M(15), P(20), Q(20)

                Added 1 floor: C(4), H(12), J(7), J1(10), K(14), N(16)

                Added 2 floors: O(19)

                As Logix customers, the next thing that will build some confidence is:

                1. Banks resume disbursements for LBC & Zest. This is expected by 21'st or 22'nd June.

                2. Neoworld and LBG issues get sorted out. Unfortunately, these issues are complicated and directly impact Logix cashflow. There are already signs of distress with bulk blocks of inventory and FSI being put on sale by Logix as well as underwriters.

                My 2 cents of advice is for people who've already invested to stay invested i.e. not to panic, but for people considering buying from Logix - to wait for some positive signals first e.g. bank disbursements resuming, public reply from Logix to NA / buyers, etc.


                -v

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                • Re : Logix Blossom County by Logix Group in Sector 137, Noida

                  Originally posted by varshar View Post
                  As per the latest update, progress has slowed down in May-June compared to April-May. Progress is still respectable though i.e. Logix added 8 floors instead of 14 floors.

                  http://in.groups.yahoo.com/group/log...atus%2021.jpeg


                  No change: A(1), B-club(F), D(20), E(20), F(20), G(20), H(11), I(14), L(10), M(15), P(20), Q(20)

                  Added 1 floor: C(4), H(12), J(7), J1(10), K(14), N(16)

                  Added 2 floors: O(19)

                  As Logix customers, the next thing that will build some confidence is:

                  1. Banks resume disbursements for LBC & Zest. This is expected by 21'st or 22'nd June.

                  2. Neoworld and LBG issues get sorted out. Unfortunately, these issues are complicated and directly impact Logix cashflow. There are already signs of distress with bulk blocks of inventory and FSI being put on sale by Logix as well as underwriters.

                  My 2 cents of advice is for people who've already invested to stay invested i.e. not to panic, but for people considering buying from Logix - to wait for some positive signals first e.g. bank disbursements resuming, public reply from Logix to NA / buyers, etc.


                  -v
                  Good sign... HDFC has resumed disbursements for LBC as promised on 22'nd June.

                  Next hope is for Logix owners to come to an understanding with UP 'sarkar'... something they should have done right after elections.

                  The weirdest thing about all this mess is that Col. Nath became big during Mulayam's last reign in UP.


                  -v

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                  • Re : Logix Blossom County by Logix Group in Sector 137, Noida

                    Resale of 1675 sq ft in Count

                    Hi, any idea on resale price in county, lower floors, clp plan.

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                    • Re : Logix Blossom County by Logix Group in Sector 137, Noida

                      And what, if I may ask, is the current range of resale rates? I know this question has been raised a few times ... but given that there is so much fluidity, I'd appreciate a current appraisal.

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