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Projects in Waghbil Naka Thane | Properties in Waghbil Naka. Waghbil Naka located in Thane, Maharashtra has evolved since 1991. Before 1991 it was considered as a village and it had the most popular community of Maharashtra that is ‘Agari Samaj’. Since the absorption in Thane city Waghbil has seen a multi fold development.It has evolved as the most suitable place for residing in Thane with a modern lifestyle.
Reputed developers like Vijay Group and Bhoomi Group have their presence here. Salient Features of Waghbil Naka • It is an area with well planned societies and is a peaceful location in harmony with nature that gives the pleasure of calm and serene environment integrated with eye-soothing view. Projects in Teen Hath Naka Thane | Properties in Teen Hath Naka Thane. KASARVADAVALI. Kasarvadavali located on Ghodbunder Road, Thane West has developed rapidly over a period of time.
With the common language Marathi, it comes under the Konkan division. In the last 4 – 5 years, the locality has undergone innumerable changes and the landscape has totally transformed with top class features and infrastructures. Salient Features of Kasarvadavali: • Many famous and prominent builders such as Vijay Group, Puranik Group etc. have their corporate offices in Kasarvadavali. It has a wide array of properties with elevated amenities.
PepsiCo sells defunct Duke’s plant for Rs170 crore to Wadhwa Group | Walls N Roof | Blog. Mumbai: Beverage and consumer goods firm PepsiCo India sold its defunct Duke’s factory spread across 2.5 acres of land at Chembur in Mumbai for around Rs170 crore to property developer The Wadhwa Group, three people close to the development said. “Wadhwa bought the factory land through a bidding process which concluded last month,” said the first person mentioned above. The area has a total development potential of around 5 million sq ft and the Mumbai-based builder is looking to build the land into a residential project, the person said. Several prominent developers in the city, including Mahindra Lifespace, Godrej Properties Ltd and Kalpataru Ltd; were in the race to buy the land because of its strategic location, said the second person.
The factory, which was used for manufacturing Duke’s beverages apart from PepsiCo’s other soft drink brands, has not been operational since 2014 and has been for sale for the last six months. In 1994, PepsiCo bought out Mumbai-based Duke and Sons Pvt. CINEMAS NEAR POKHRAN ROAD | WALLS N ROOF. SCHOOLS NEAR BRAHMAND | THANE WEST | WALLS N ROOF. US exploring new partnership in smart cities of India | Walls N Roof | Blog.
The US is exploring new partnership opportunities for developing more smart cities across India, a top US Commerce Department official said, emphasising that states will play a major role in defining the trajectory of India’s economic development. “While we continue to promote smart city development efforts in the three US partner cities of Allahabad, Ajmer and Visakhapatnam, the Department of Commerce is also exploring new partnership opportunities in other smart cities across India,” the Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Global Markets, Arun Kumar, told PTI. Kumar, who is also Director General of US and Foreign Commercial Service, said smart cities is one area where the two countries have made a lot of progress over the past several years.
India and the US have signed memorandums of understanding to develop three smart cities in Allahabad, Ajmer and Visakhapatnam. This will help lay the groundwork for opening up new avenues of infrastructure financing for the city, he said. Related. How drones will solve land disputes in NCR district | Walls N Roof | Blog. The idea started with one of the several property disputes that the national capital’s neighbouring district of Gurgaon has got used to by now.
Two of India’s prominent real estate developers were locked in battle over a sliver of land – one coming up with a commercial project and the other building a new set of residential apartments. What should have been a fairly easy matter to resolve was complicated by the fact that despite several attempts to demarcate the two plots, government officials with available tools could not accurately locate a seasonal rivulet at the centre of the problem. For a country where land is at premium and often in the middle of business and personal feuds, India has an antiquated method of measuring and recording it – depending largely on painstaking ground surveys and decades old maps in which errors have amplified by both commission and omission. “We found that in the Manesar Tehsil for instance, errors had crept in between 1957 and 2016. Related In "News"
Demonetisation: REIT listing turns attractive with falling bond yields, interest rates | Walls N Roof | Blog. MUMBAI: The government’s demonetisation move is likely to bolster the prospects of the much-awaited listings of Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) that has so far remained a non-starter. Owing to higher liquidity on account of expected transfer of liquidity from the informal sector to banking, government bond yields have seen a compression of 40 basis points since demonetisation was announced on November 8.
Such a change in yield implies a boost for prime office markets such as Bandra-Kurla Complex in Mumbai as office assets are likely to be revalued nearly 4% higher. Apart from this, expected reduction in interest rates through monetary policy is also likely to enhance returns from REIT structures that have so far remained unattractive for investors. “The demonetisation of high value currency notes has led to a deluge of bank deposits thereby significantly pushing up the liquidity in the banking sector. The capitalisation rate is the rate of return on an investment in property.
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