Gurugram scores highest on liveability index amid pandemic

Gurugram is a much more suitable city to live in the COVID-19 era as compared to Noida & Delhi considering factors such as open area ratio, population density, and the number of hospitals, as per Square Yards. In this pandemic, there is no place like home, and your own space is more acceptable than living with insecurities in a rented house.

The factors such as open area ratio, population density, and the number of hospitals are more important than the distance from work to decide where homebuyers want to live during COVID-19. Gurugram has come out as a sought-after reality hotspot – due to its connectivity to Delhi via IGI.

Gurugram has come forth as the ‘destination next’ in the residential segment – including low population density, vibrant health & social infrastructure, open space ratio, hospital infrastructure. In this pandemic, the priorities of homebuyers have shifted – who now prefer health, comfort, wellness, luxury, and overall while investing in the realty sector. The upcoming benchmark projects, development of economic corridors, seamless connectivity, ample green spaces with a mix of world-class amenities matching global standards, and link to Dwarka Expressway are acting like growth and to make Gurugram one of the most suitable city for living.

Gurugram is also observing infrastructure up-gradation at a rapid pace. The inauguration of a cloverleaf interchange at the Central Peripheral Road (CPR) and Southern Peripheral Road (SPR) and the renovation of the Southern Peripheral Road will allow traffic movement. This also looks like a home towner such as schools, hospitals, banks, entertainment and much more.

Gurugram is the favourable residential hub of Delhi-NCR now, as it has open spaces of around 40% of the total city area, 4200 people per sq km population density which is relatively low against other NCR cities and 2.5 hospitals per 10,000 people. Along with this, Numerous multinational firms are here in the city, which became one of the factors in the rise of residential real estate. Moreover, Delhi International Airport is located a couple of minutes’ drive away from here, which makes the city a home for many expatriates. Rapid infrastructure improvements and large-scale projects like Regional Rapid Transit System (RRTS) and the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) will make this city more invulnerable in the prospect of living.

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