So the 1 Km of shopping mall is taking is in final stages of completion and now brands like Reliance Retail, Big Bazaar, Reliance Trendz, Debenhams and visible in the mall. The company “Ambience” developer has developed something which takes care of your shopping as well as your health. Just move to the mall and take a too and fro round of each floor, I hope you will move 10 km in that.
Particularly in DLF, this market is very popular, with shops and corporate office and brands like ICICI, Reliance Communication, Fortis, Dana Choga and more than 400 shops, this market has everything that one need. But the worst thing is that it’s so dirty and stray animals all over. Either there is no authority to take care of it or the residents are not paying the charges for development and maintenance.
I’ve heard that the Indiraj Arcade in the Sector 15 in Gurgaon is now will the Reliance Retail outlet soon. I was shocked to hear that the owner of the complex has served notices to the shop tenants to vacate the space they are provided with, clinics, medical stores, grocery shops and beauty parlors are all served notices to vacate the space. Well, let’s see what is Reliance Retail up to what will be position after the outlet is open.
Got this question on my Enquiries on Real Estate web site
Anybody having awnser can help
Which is better? Above or under the ground? News is that the Delhi Metro in Gurgaon will be above the Ground. The metro will be under the ground right from Central Secretariat to Saket and after Saket, it will be above the ground coming from Qutub Minar, Andheria Mor, Rajokri, and entering Gurgaon from Sikarnderpur to DT Mall and finally ending at IFFCO Chowk (I donno what are the further plans).
Â If its above the Ground, then its for sure that the aesthetics and beauty of the Malls on the Mehrauli â€“ Gurgaon road are going to shatter. No doubt that it will improve the local transport facilities, but when I see the Radisson Hotel, Delhi on the National Highway just behind the flyover at the Mahipalpur Chowk, I feel pity from the bottom of my heart that such a beautiful structure is now hidden behind the heavy columns of the Highway.
I have been getting the news that after the Rajiv Chowk flyover is completed, the next flyover that would start will be the Honda Chowk flyover.
I have been visiting IMT Manesar frequently, but the traffic I see over there is getting worst day by day. I have to visit IMT Manesar 7 times a week but there’s no single day when I haven’t struck at the Honda Chowk. How the flyover will be planned god know and the worst part is from where is the NHAI will divert the heavy traffic.
Some times your investors can be the most awful thing is your life. I have came across a case in which one of my investor is complaning that I have given him a loss of Rs. 17 Lakhs by selling his property in 23 Lakhs which one year back which is now of worth 40 lakhs.
When the market is down then everybody is ready to sell the property and when the market grows then the investors have to blame the agent for this price rise!! what the hell !!
I am into this business since last year. The boom was at its peak at that time and I think the growth in the real estate prices in Gurgaon actually was the highest on the Globe. Was it due to political reasons? Was it due to immigration of Multinationals? What was it? The flat which I sold to my client at Rs. 2200/- per is now at 4500/- just after 8 months. What’s the actual reason behind it and why the prices have stabilized now? Do you know the answer?
I have been to this place 2 years back and believe me at that time there was no better place to date with girlfriend. Now the number of malls in Gurgaon and Delhi have over taken the charm of this place. Actually our Netaji’s arjun ka rath jammed on the way when we were on the way to Gurgaon and fortunately it happened near to the famous Ansal’s Plaza. We went to Mc Donald’s over there and had our lunch waiting there for the mechanic.