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Blue Ridge by Paranjape Schemes in Hinjewadi, Pune

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  • Re : Blue Ridge by Paranjape Schemes in Hinjewadi, Pune

    Originally posted by brres13 View Post
    superduper - i think forget it , lets agree and say, Yes townships are terrible.. nothing outside !! people born in gaons are goons.. and people born in cities have amazing civic sense and discipline while driving..
    Lets enjoy our "huge mistake".. instead of trying to convince people (who are not interested) .
    We should try and put 3 positive statements for each negative statement arriving from the BR Bashers' club ie Sore-Papa-union ie Brick-throwers' club !!

    Anyway, I agree with you, eventually each on one own.

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    • Re : Blue Ridge by Paranjape Schemes in Hinjewadi, Pune

      Originally posted by brres13 View Post
      superduper - i think forget it , lets agree and say, Yes townships are terrible.. nothing outside !! people born in gaons are goons.. and people born in cities have amazing civic sense and discipline while driving..
      Lets enjoy our "huge mistake".. instead of trying to convince people (who are not interested) .
      Brother, we are just sharing information about our experiences. I never made any blanket statement like "people born in cities have amazing civic sense".. BTW, pnq2012 mentioned this gaon problem exists even in Balewadi.

      When I am looking to buy, I have to look at all angles, including surroundings and locality. And why am I posting on this thread even though I do not own in BR? - Because I am a prospective buyer. T20 onwards, the floor plans are hopeless, but maybe I can get a good resale option. I think BR is a good scheme, but I am still not convinced entirely. And I do not see any good option in the market right now. Except a few schemes (Prolife, Greens, etc), Wakad has hopeless schemes.. builders selling just about anything to IT public.

      Also, Hinjewadi being unsafe finds a mention even on Wikipedia . Uske neeche to in sab townships kee ads bhi hain.
      Hinjawadi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

      Security

      Security is a major problem in this area. Women are the most vulnerable and crimes against women are fairly common [5] [6]. All companies in this area have been requested by police to not let women employees work at night and to be accompanied by professional security escorts.
      Roadside extortion of IT employees is also a fairly common occurrence. The modus operandi is very simple. One of the locals either jumps in front of a moving vehicle or brushes against it with his motorcycle / bicycle and pretends to be hit and hurt. A gang is already standing by and collect around the IT worker and subject him to dire threats and simple assault to extract some amount of petty cash and disperse before the police arrive.

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      • Re : Blue Ridge by Paranjape Schemes in Hinjewadi, Pune

        Originally posted by Sat234 View Post
        T20 onwards, the floor plans are hopeless, but maybe I can get a good resale option.
        Can you elaborate ?

        my guess is that all towers on the circle have same floor plan (except for tower having 5bhks)

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        • Re : Blue Ridge by Paranjape Schemes in Hinjewadi, Pune

          Originally posted by Sat234 View Post
          When I am looking to buy, I have to look at all angles, including surroundings and locality. And why am I posting on this thread even though I do not own in BR? - Because I am a prospective buyer. T20 onwards, the floor plans are hopeless, but maybe I can get a good resale option. I think BR is a good scheme, but I am still not convinced entirely. And I do not see any good option in the market right now. Except a few schemes (Prolife, Greens, etc), Wakad has hopeless schemes.. builders selling just about anything to IT public.
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          Hey in that respect i agree with you, even if you are not a prospective buyer, you or anyone else is most welcome to post their views, and i guess the statements and taking offence of views posted is the hangover effect of a couple of back to back bickering posts which took place recently

          Yes even from the residents point of view or even those who plan on living there.. its good to know of the drawbacks as well..
          in fact it really more beneficial to know of the drawbacks, so genuine concerns are really helpful..

          about the generalising of your statement about the gaon thing.. well.. same hangover effect .. so i do take it back

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          • Re : Blue Ridge by Paranjape Schemes in Hinjewadi, Pune

            Originally posted by Baruch View Post
            Can you elaborate ?

            my guess is that all towers on the circle have same floor plan (except for tower having 5bhks)
            Just check the floor plans on BR website for Tower 20 onwards. I am referring to 3bhk. They have oblique walls. Cannot use acute angles in the home, it is a dead space. And you have already paid for that carpet area. Plus it becomes an eyesore. Personally, I do not like angular walls inside the home.

            The floor plans for tower 11 and 14 looks good. Guess it must be sold out by now
            Last edited by Sat234; October 10 2013, 12:41 PM.

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            • Re : Blue Ridge by Paranjape Schemes in Hinjewadi, Pune

              Originally posted by brres13 View Post
              Hey in that respect i agree with you, even if you are not a prospective buyer, you or anyone else is most welcome to post their views, and i guess the statements and taking offence of views posted is the hangover effect of a couple of back to back bickering posts which took place recently

              Yes even from the residents point of view or even those who plan on living there.. its good to know of the drawbacks as well..
              in fact it really more beneficial to know of the drawbacks, so genuine concerns are really helpful..

              about the generalising of your statement about the gaon thing.. well.. same hangover effect .. so i do take it back
              I understand.

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              • Re : Blue Ridge by Paranjape Schemes in Hinjewadi, Pune

                Originally posted by Sat234 View Post
                Just check the floor plans on BR website for Tower 20 onwards. I am referring to 3bhk. They have oblique walls. Cannot use acute angles in the home, it is a dead space. And you have already paid for that carpet area. Plus it becomes an eyesore. Personally, I do not like angular walls inside the home.

                The floor plans for tower 11 and 14 looks good. Guess it must be sold out by now
                Oblique walls are in all towers I guess....thats to give the shape of circle to these towers...with so many competent interior designers around...that space can be utilized....for me that's not a deal breaker

                incidentally my wife too had similar apprehensions but I overruled her as - life is not about perfect but best amongst the possible options

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                • Re : Blue Ridge by Paranjape Schemes in Hinjewadi, Pune

                  those of us who already are staying at Blue Ridge, please suggest which is the best tower for Air-flow. Have noticed the winds are better in the new towers to the north T9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 when facing golf course, whereas the wind flow in towers on the west, T1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 are totally still when facing the golf course.

                  Is it a valid observation? i have only visited the BR once.

                  Which direction facing is considered better in terms of wind flow?

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                  • Re : Blue Ridge by Paranjape Schemes in Hinjewadi, Pune

                    Originally posted by humble_guy View Post
                    those of us who already are staying at Blue Ridge, please suggest which is the best tower for Air-flow. Have noticed the winds are better in the new towers to the north T9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 when facing golf course, whereas the wind flow in towers on the west, T1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 are totally still when facing the golf course.

                    Is it a valid observation? i have only visited the BR once.

                    Which direction facing is considered better in terms of wind flow?
                    Homes with most windows facing south-west are known to capture most of the breeze...:-).

                    Homes with most windows facing west are known to capture most sunlight (in later part of the day)....:-(.

                    Golf facing side of homes in towers 9-10-11 face SOUTH > west,
                    in towers 12-13-14 face south < WEST.

                    Farms facing side of homes in towers 1-8 face WEST.

                    River facing side of homes in towers 20-23 will face SOUTH.

                    Most windows in other homes will face north and east....

                    Height should neutralize these differences.
                    Last edited by Superduper; October 10 2013, 06:05 PM.

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                    • Re : Blue Ridge by Paranjape Schemes in Hinjewadi, Pune

                      Originally posted by Baruch View Post
                      Oblique walls are in all towers I guess....thats to give the shape of circle to these towers...with so many competent interior designers around...that space can be utilized....for me that's not a deal breaker

                      incidentally my wife too had similar apprehensions but I overruled her as - life is not about perfect but best amongst the possible options
                      3 BHKs with one slightly oblique wall in living-room are in towers 20-23 only.......as i recall.

                      4 BHKs (in towers 10 and 13) all have one oblique wall as the last wall in last room at the end of the unit.

                      I don't think... any other unit in any other tower has an oblique wall.
                      That's just my impression...not sure.

                      We touched this point few pages back in this thread....
                      Last edited by Superduper; October 10 2013, 06:01 PM.

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