Gurgaon: A Fast Growing City of India

Gurgaon is one of the fastest growing cities in India. With rapidly developing infrastructure and proximity to capital, Gurgaon rates among the top realty markets to invest for high returns in a short span of time. To cater to the rising residential and commercial requirement in various sectors many projects are being launched by the top builders such as the DLF, Ansals, Vipul, Unitech, Emar and many more. Gurgaon apartments offer a huge variety in design & style, architecture, and rates.

The dwelling facilities or apartments range from luxurious to budget homes. The facilities in apartments in Gurgaon ranges from the swimming pool, tennis court, security cameras, clubs, power-backup etc. The property growth in Gurgaon is quite high and on an average it is about 10% a year.

Besides commercial and residential development the infrastructural development in the city is also heading forward. The advent of metro trains in the city recently has brightened the scope of commercial and residential development. Metro connectivity has also escalated the property rates of the areas connected to the facility. The advent of metro has also upgraded the transport facility in the city with the availability of autos, buses and rickshaws.

The development of the city is said to be world class as compared to any other city in northern India. The primary reason is the international brands in city. Be it the realty developers, with splendid commercial and residential structures, hotels, restaurants, recreational centers clubs, pubs, bars, malls etc., all the facilities have a global feel with a very advance setup. The city boasts of exclusive malls and is often termed as the “city of malls.”

But despite the rapid growth of the city, the infrastructural development is lacking to some extent. There are sectors which are still having bad roads and excessive power cuts. The government is a bit slow with the infrastructural development in the city.

The city is still developing with upcoming metro stations and other transportation facilities to upgrade the infrastructural development in the city. There are also many residential and commercial projects coming up in the city to cater to the need of the growing population.



Source by Monica Swaroop