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Know The Difference Between Carpet Area, Built-up ArCarpet area is the area covered by a carpet and is often 70 per cent of the built-up area. The built-up area is the sum of carpet area and the thickness of walls of the housing unit whereas the super built-up area is the total sum of the built-up area and the space occupied by common areas. Developers add a Loading Factor of 25 or 30 per cent or a multiplying factor of 1.25 or 1.3 to calculate super built up area basis which apartments are priced.
A Peek Into India's Most Expensive Billionaire HomesIndia is home to as many as 101 billionaires, making it the fourth highest number in the world. Most of these super-rich personalities own some expensive properties, which of course come with all the luxuries of the world, and have a jaw-dropping price tag. Here we list seven such billionaire homes in India.
All You Need To Know About Mumbai Metro Line 7The Mumbai Metro Line 7 is a partially elevated corridor spanning a length of 16.5 kilometres with 14 stations from Andheri (East) to Dahisar East. There are plans to extend the corridor, by 9 km, to Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (terminal T2) from Andheri (East), and to Mira Road-Bhayendar from Dahisar. The project is being developed at an estimated cost of Rs 6,208 crore and is expected to be operational by 2019.
Mumbai Metro Line-IV To Get Operational By 2021The Mumbai Metro Line-IV has been planned as a fully elevated corridor with 32 stations from Wadala near south Mumbai and Kasarvadavli near Thane West via Ghatkopar and Mulund. There are plans to extend the line by 2.7 kilometres to Gaimukh. The 32.32-kilometre Metro corridor has an estimated cost of Rs 14,549 crore and is expected to be completed by 2021.
All You Need To Know About Mumbai Metro's Line VThe Line V of the Mumbai Metro will connect Kapurbawdi in Thane West to Kalyan via Bhiwandi. Being constructed at an estimated cost of Rs 8,416 crore, the corridor spans a total length of 24.9 kilometres with an interchange facility with Line IV from Kapurbawdi junction. An elevated corridor, the project is expected to improve Mumbai-Thane connectivity while increasing employment opportunities and creating growth centres. Some localities which are expected to benefit from the project include Nilje, Bhiwandi and Kalyan. The project is expected to be completed by 2022.