It’s time to celebrate for Gurgaon residents because a new metropolitan area will be growing adjacent to Gurgaon. If you are growing tired of travelling to Cyber Hub and other parts of Gurgaon daily, you will soon have a nicer and classier place to work or hang out.
A new urban area is being developed in Gurugram using a public-private partnership (PPP) arrangement. Guess what else you can find? It will cover at least 50,000 hectares of land, making it larger than a small town. It will be a smaller city than Gurgaon, which covers 73,000 hectares of land with all its amenities.
It is assured that the new Gurgaon will be ranked higher or on par with Gurgaon in terms of its happenings. It will develop into a city of the highest calibre, complete with resources for health, business and education. We are hoping that New Gurgaon has set aside a centre where we urbanites may go to party and enjoy life.
How Is Gurgaon Connected To The Rest Of Delhi NCR
The new Gurgaon city borders South Delhi to the south, Gurgaon-Manesar to the north, and the Aravallis to the east. It is located next to South Delhi. With the Kundli-Manesar Expressway, state and federal highways, and other urban areas, it will have excellent access to them all. The HSIIDC has already submitted the master plan 2040 and is finished with the bid procedure as well.
Many items still need to be evaluated by a consultant, including the road network map, the metro train design, and economic, and physical infrastructure. Four key factors, like social acceptability, economic viability, environmental sustainability, and financial viability, will be taken into consideration before the plan is implemented.
We, the people of Gurgaon, are already waiting for the new city near Gurgaon to emerge. People hope it does not have worse traffic jams and chaos as we experience daily in Gurugram. Just like Delhi and Gurgaon, the new Gurgaon will also be in proximity to famous tourist destinations. So, you can easily plan a tour anytime you want.
New Gurgaon: A New Growth Corridor In NCR
The micro-markets of Sohna and New Gurugram have caught the attention of homebuyers who desire a modern way of life. While the Sohna market is still expanding, it has limited social infrastructure. Young professionals and nuclear families now generally prefer New Gurguram.
The newly developed area has excellent social infrastructure, which includes schools, hospitals, retail stores, and commercial buildings. The availability of a wide range of options for residential items ranging from mid-range to luxury makes it one of the preferred options for new home buyers.
There are a wide range of options for all professionals, including doctors, consultants, and SMEs, even for commercial space. The neighbourhood not only benefits from smooth access to New Delhi and other outlying areas thanks to its strategically placed location between Manesar and Gurugram.
The planned infrastructure will improve the location’s connectivity and increase its accessibility to and from all areas of Delhi and the NCR. It has an advantage over other developing sectors in the NCR due to three highways: NH8, Kundli-Manesar-Palwal Expressway, and Dwarka Expressway.
The proposed metro link along the Dwarka Expressway, the extension of the Gurugram metro, the relocation of the Kherki Daula toll, and the upcoming linkage with SPR are promoters for the growth of the real estate market in the area.
There are already over 25,000 families living here, and more are moving in every day. This area has become a haven for young families seeking a fantastic lifestyle without having to leave Gurgaon.
The Making of New Gurgaon
Gurgaon is known for its innovative charm and has the potential to become a global city and a real estate destination. New Gurgaon is well connected to IGI airport, Golf Course Extension Road, NPR, CPR, Huda City Centre metro station, and others to attract builders, homebuyers, entrepreneurs, and business centres.
The demand for high-quality real estate in New Gurgaon has been promoted by infrastructure development. New Gurgaon is one of the trendy and quickly rising market places in the area with a strategic position, better-planned physical and social facilities, and reasonable pricing.
The growth of this micro-market will be supported by recent announcements made for metro rail connectivity in Manesar, the upcoming Rapid Rail, and the shifting of the Kherki Daula toll, in addition to the emergence of SPR, KMP Expressway, Dwarka Expressway, and the upcoming cloverleaf flyover.
Due to its seamless connectivity with other parts of Gurgaon, New Delhi, and surrounding areas, New Gurgaon is a great option for both end-users and investors. Huddled in the foothills of magnificent flora and water features, New Gurgaon is surrounded by biota. So, the liveability rating has significantly improved, and social infrastructure like leading schools and cutting-edge hospitals has grown.
On The Connecting Routes Of New Gurgaon
Over 110,000 residential homes in the area have already been finished or will do so soon. The premium choices for commercial and residential properties attract new investors and residents alike. The recent developments and announcements will see the growth in public transport in the adjoining areas. The complete ecosystem of projects and enhanced amenities makes New Gurgaon a real estate hotspot.
The Indira Gandhi International Airport is 25 minutes’ drive from New Gurgaon, which has easy access to NH-48. The new market connects you to Gurgaon’s premier business and retail hubs and has improved real estate potential because of this route.
In addition, you can connect Sohna Road (12–15 km), Udyog Vihar (20–22 km), Cyber City (22–23 km), and IMT Manesar within a close driving distance of New Gurgaon. The Dwarka E-way will soon be open for traffic and will make it simple to travel from Dwarka to New Gurgaon.
Additionally, this would provide immediate access to the Indira Gandhi International Airport, the diplomatic neighbourhood of Dwarka, and West Delhi.
The opening of the Manesar-Kundli section of the KMP (Kundli-Manesar-Palwal) Expressway and other recent infrastructure improvements have improved New Gurgaon’s connectivity to Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, and the rest of Haryana.
New Gurgaon is basically a place beyond the Kherki Daula toll Plaza on the periphery of the millennium city. One of the two identified growth lanes for residential projects in Gurgaon is the micro-market and the Dwarka Expressway. Affordability, superior connectivity, and infrastructure development are some of the key factors in transforming this micromarket into a centre for residential growth.