Areas around HUDA City Centre Metro station (HUDA) are Gurgaon’s preferred commercial districts. This area rarely sees less activity or easing of traffic through the day. It may not look like a promising residential area at the first glance, but a look little beyond the offices will reveal a handful of residential constructions and unused land that is just waiting to be utilized. The value of the lands in Sector 43 Gurgaon, Sectors 44 and 45 vary considerably.
These sectors are connected through the Bhagwan Mahaveer Marg, Netaji Subhash Marg and the Vyapar Kendra Block C Road. The roads are well built, however they are prone to congestion. These sectors do not suffer from water or electricity issues. Plans for an extension of the metro beyond HUDA City Centre, to Honda Chowk and Extension road, are being discussed.
To the south of HUDA lies sectors 43, 44 and 45, all of which are mixed use – of commercial, office and residential blocks. Commuting in this area can be difficult and time-consuming; if your office is in the area, living in the area would make getting to work much easier.
One of the first things you’ll notice about HUDA is the superior quality of roads and infrastructure here. Infrastructure has been a problem in some parts of the city, but being at the center of an expanding city does have its benefits. But this comes at a price, because road travel in the area can be challenging given its importance as an office and commercial district. HUDA has a number of important road intersections that test a commuters patience during peak hours.
Property developers such as Satya Group and Ansal Buildwell have a presence here. The former have delivered the Surabhi Apartments in Sector 43 Gurgaon, South of Gold Souk, while the latter has built the Maple Heights in Sector 43, Sushant Lok. The Maple Heights offers premium apartments of 2 BHK and 3 BHK apartments, at 980 sq. feet and 1340 sq. feet respectively.
Sector 44 is a major commercial centre, and is also home to many real estate companies, including Godrej, Sobha and Homestead. Also present in this area are HSBC, Policy Bazaar and Whirlpool, and a handful of government organisations such as the Sehgal Foundation and Public Health Foundation of India.
Sector 43 Gurgaon, Sectors 44 & 45 : Recreational Options
There are also plenty of places to hang out, participate in recreational activity and socialize. The Kingdom of Dreams is one of Gurgaon’s most popular performing arts and cultural centre. It offers theatre shows, food court and banquets. There are regular events here and even several corporate events are held here. Epicentre is another convention centre with much of the same features, but includes good dining options. The Unitech Country Club is another location of choice for some relaxation. It offers a gym, sports facilities like tennis, badminton and billiards and a swimming pool.
Sector 45 is worth mentioning in that it has a sizable portion of its area mostly barren and just waiting for property to be built on. Land value in the area varies from Rs. 60000 to Rs. 90000 per square yard as per quotes in leading classifieds. The road connecting sectors 44 and 45 also contains a series of independent houses.
As far as conveniences and district, the area has plenty to offer. Hospitals, schools and malls are abundant in the area and are within walking distance from the residential buildings. Fortis Hospital and MAX Hospital are nicely situated next to HUDA City Centre, while the Amity International School is also at walking distance from the station. Gold Souk Mall is noteworthy a) because it is dedicated to jewellers and b) it is not on the MG Road or the mall road of Gurgaon. The mall is home to Gold’s Gym, D’damas, Joy Alukkas and plenty of other jewellery and high-end stores. Customers here come with a serious intent.
Sector 43 Gurgaon, Sectors 44-45 : The Downsides of the Area
Does the area have downsides? It does, like every area does. Naturally, with traffic flowing day in and day out, there comes the problem of pollution. Thick and noticeably polluted air will be felt as you walk around the district.Moreover noise, even during the quietest part of the day, can become bothersome. This is something to be noted if you’re going to decide on a permanent residence in the area.
Another possible inconvenience is the area’s relative distance from other areas of Gurgaon, and certainly Delhi. The metro is a convenient solution to this, but private travel to Delhi is a rough task, especially as it will involve traversing some of Gurgaon’s most gridlock-prone sections, like HUDA-IFFCO and MG Road.
The most intractable problem may be in assessing the worth of property in the area. Gurgaon is a city with so much potential, and so much real estate development, that it may leave you wondering about whether property procurement in this area would be better than procurement in the many other areas that are up and coming.
All things considered, the Sector 43 Gurgaon and Sector 44-45 area offers some comparatively cheaper housing options in an area that is within reach of many essential amenities and places of interest. They may lack the splendor of the more affluent sections of Gurgaon, such as DLF City Phase IV, but they make up for it by offering much of the same features in the vicinity, albeit with a few compromises. The possibility of future improvements leading to an increase in value is also a factor worth considering.
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