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Sector 86, Gurugram, leading region’s real estate with outstanding connectivity

By: Ashwani Kumar, Pyramid Infratech
The real estate market of Gurugram has strengthened in both residential and commercial segments over the past few years with a robust sale of inventories. The trend has continued despite the stiff competition with significant regions of NCR, including Noida, Greater Noida, Faridabad, etc. Due to the significant presence of Fortune 500 companies and multinational corporations (MNCs), Gurugram has become a well-known investment location on a global scale. There are a number of factors that encourage the market to grow and attract remarkable investment to the region.

Southern Peripheral Road, Sohna Road, Delhi-Mumbai Expressway, and Dwarka Expressway offer connectivity benefits to the city along with the close proximity to the national capital, Delhi, and the availability of amenities in the vicinity, inviting buyers to the region. Sector 86, Gurugram, has recently emerged as the hub of the realty sector due to the availability of sound projects, as well as fluent connectivity with multiple corridors.

Dwarka Expressway has become the most valuable residential investment corridor in Gurugram. The capital appreciation potential of the region has shot up by high proportions. The value of the area has also increased due to the high-profile global city project being built by the Haryana government along the Dwarka Expressway. Due to its advantageous location, unparalleled connectivity, and cutting-edge infrastructure, the number of residential projects in this prestigious neighbourhood has recently increased. The GMDA’s Comprehensive Mobility Management Plan (CCMP) and other infrastructure developments on the Dwarka Expressway will significantly improve regional connectivity.

One of Gurugram’s fastest-growing areas is Southern Peripheral Road (SPR), which is becoming the preferred choice of buyers and developers of real estate. It’s a high-end micro market with more than eight flyovers built along the way, and almost every convenience is easily accessible from every location. SPR connects with NH-48 near Sector 74A, adjacent to Sohna, from the Gurugram-Faridabad Road. Golf Course Road and Sohna Road will be directly connected by the route, making it one of Gurugram’s fastest-growing and quickest-connected areas with major developments in real estate, lifestyle, education, and all other areas of interest to the general public.

Sohna, a suburb in the South of Gurugram, is fast developing as a premium real estate destination. This “15-minute drive town” is quickly moving up homebuyers’ lists of preferences because it provides amenities and facilities that were previously only available in the Gurugram real estate market, as well as an access-controlled, six-lane elevated Gurugram-Sohna corridor (NH-248A) for a 15-minute drive to the Millennium City’s main commercial, retail, and entertainment hubs. The expressway has the potential to alter Sohna’s landscape by not only shortening commute times but also providing the necessary impetus for a number of economic drivers like industries, warehousing, and logistics, which in turn could increase demand for the residential, commercial, and retail sectors.

The Delhi-Mumbai motorway is anticipated to transform India’s infrastructure, having a substantial impact on the real estate industry. The Expressway is being constructed as a high-speed corridor with top speeds of between 80 and 120 kilometres per hour with the intention of linking the two largest metropolitan areas in the nation. The convenient access to all these corridors from Sector 86 has enabled the region to become the most sought-after real estate investment zone.

As Delhi-NCR’s real estate market continues to flourish, a similar trend is true for Gurugram, which in the last few decades, has emerged as one of the most desirable cities to live and work in. the sound connectivity, availability of world-class investment opportunities across various verticals, close proximity to the national capital have all led to the growth of the region. Traffic congestion caused by the strain on its resources and infrastructure has increased the cost of driving, caused pollution, resulted in lost productivity time, and resulted in hours of lost driving time.