Known to be the largest planned industrial township of Asia, Noida witnesses an ever expanding real estate market. The town is an emerging destination for foreign direct investments. The projected development of civil society has initiated rapid construction of state-of-the-art housing and commercial complexes in the city.
Due to the sealing drive against the unauthorized establishment of commercial businesses in Delhi, Noida authority has sold around 304.5 acre plots worth Rs 2,557 crore to five of the top notch real estate developers. The following are some information on the latest activities in the Noida real estate arena.
Noida Real Estate Scenario
The plots that are alloted to the five developers by the Noida development authority are in sectors 112, 113, 115, 116, 117 and 118. Unitech has been alloted with two plots 71 and 54 acres at the cost of Rs 1,050 crore. For 72 acres, Parsvnath Developers has paid a sum of Rs 602 crores, Omaxe has paid Rs 307 core for 37 acres, Ambience has paid Rs 323 crore for 37.5 acres and IVCRL has paid Rs 274 crore for 33 acres.
According to Rakesh Bahadur, chairman Noida Authority, the demand for office and commercial spaces in Noida. MNCs and big corporate houses are gradually expanding their bases in the city.
According to real estate experts, the insufficient availability of land in Delhi has caused the development of real estate in the suburbs. Noida scores over all other suburbs like Gurgaon and Faridabad due to the advantage of better connectivity. Noida is well connected to Delhi through the toll bridge and the expressways.
Not only good connectivity, the well developed social infrastructure of the city is far better than the rest of NCR. Hence, the future prospects of Noida are really fine.
The price for residential real estate in the newly developed areas varies from Rs 25,000 per sq m to Rs 50,000 per sq m, while the reserved parking for grouped housing is Rs 3,000 to Rs 4,000 per sq ft. while the price ranges from Rs 50,000 to Rs 75,000 per sq yrd. in case of commercial spaces.
With the completion of the Taj Express Way by 2013, the real estate prices are estimated to be increasing even further.