The growth of Gurugram’s is mainly owing to improved connectivity, infrastructure, and urbanisation. Post-pandemic, however, people are looking for projects that will provide them with a better lifestyle while also meeting their health needs in a green setting. The availability of projects in Gurugram and its vicinity catering to the affordable homes requirement are staring at increased acceptability.
Before Covid-19, homebuyers looked for property close to the city centres, but the demand has shifted since the outbreak. The market in these regions has exploded and allows buyers to be close to their offices without sacrificing space, size, or location. The developer community has responded favourably to the demand, and it reflects in increased supply in the categories catering to 3 BHK and 4 BHK. This reflects that the real estate sector has captured the demand and is developing, keeping the immediate needs in mind. The demand has shifted since the outbreak. Now, the market has exploded in regions like Sohna Road, providing them with options that allow them to be close to their office without sacrificing space, size, or location. Sohna Road will benefit from better connectivity when the first phase of the Delhi-Mumbai E-way opens towards the end of 2021. The Sohna to Rajiv Chowk E-way on NH8 will also be open, with six lanes controlled by access.
The proposed link between the new Jewar Airport and the Delhi-Mumbai Expressway is the newest and most crucial connectivity factor, boosting real estate in Sohna Road, while Sohna will benefit when the first phase of the Delhi-Mumbai E-way opens towards the end of 2021.
The regions are becoming cynosure for prominent developers offering novel real estate developments; projects that go above and beyond people’s expectations are faring exceptionally well here. All in all, the market here is vibrant for institutional investors, rural life seekers, and gated community aficionados looking for luxury and affordable luxury real estate options.