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kolshet road
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    9,812 / sq ft
    avg. price (1,2,3,3+ bhk)
  • Rent
    20,962 / month
    avg. rent (1,2,3,3+ bhk)

Kolshet Road Property

  • Apartment (239)
  • 1 bhk, 40 L - 73 L

    7,667 - 12,287 /sq ft
  • 2 bhk, 67 L - 1.3 Cr

    7,657 - 12,906 /sq ft
  • 3 bhk, 98 L - 1.5 Cr

    10,316 - 12,560 /sq ft
  • 3+ bhk, 2.4 Cr - 2.5 Cr

    10,870 - 10,909 /sq ft

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  • 24th Mar 17

    Bengaluru Adopts China, Milan Way To Check Pollution

    Following the path of China, Bengaluru is all set to come up with its first vertical garden. This is an initiative by SayTrees and will come at Hosur Road Electronics City Flyover. The garden will comprise of over 3,500 saplings belonging to ten different species. An automated drip irrigation system will be installed too. This move will help curb air pollution to an extent.
  • 24th Mar 17

    IT Policy, Infrastructure May Push Hyderabad Realty

    Driven by a mix of both investors and end-users, the residential market in Hyderabad is popular among Tier 1 cities primarily owing to the low cost of living and availability of budget homes. Growth of IT hubs in the city is instrumental in developing Hyderabad as a global business city. In addition, upcoming infrastructure projects like Hyderabad Metro Rail as well as proactive government initiatives have been major factors driving the residential real estate of Hyderabad.
  • 23rd Mar 17

    Housing For All: Can Hope Negate Challenges?

    The real estate sector is of strategic economic importance to the Indian economy, as it is the second-largest employment generator after agriculture and contributes about six per cent to India’s GDP. India would require about 11 crore housing units on a pan-India basis by 2022 to achieve the vision of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. To achieve this vision, streamlining of archaic norms and incentivising stakeholders is important.
  • 21st Mar 17

    PMC Takes A Step To Make Housing Attractive, Affordable

    The Pune Municipal Corporation has recently announced new development control regulations for the city. Under the new regulation, higher floor space index in non-congested areas will be permitted. The move is likely to prove beneficial for smaller developments. The regions which would be impacted by the PMC’s new rules include Deccan, Bund Garden (CBD), Aundh, Wakad, Hinjewadi, Pimpri-Chinchwad (north-west Pune), Yerwada, Kalyani Nagar, Viman Nagar and Kharadi (north-east Pune), all of which are spanned by the proposed Pune Metro.
  • 21st Mar 17

    Redeveloping Jammu, Faridabad Favours Commercial Realty

    Seven real estate players are ready to redevelop the railway stations based at Jammu and Faridabad. Setting up of many new hotels, parking spaces and eateries at the Jammu railway station is a part of the development plan. Furthermore, the Faridabad station will be well-facilitated with open malls, restaurants and multiplexes. This redevelopment will definitely have a positive impact on the housing sector of the two cities.

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kolshet road

7,789 - 12,55714.2%

Chembur

5,228 - 72,12344.5%

Powai

7,893 - 93,75420.3%

Goregaon East

3,628 - 78,96534.6%

Kandivali East

6,097 - 25,7327.5%

Thane West

1,070 - 6,01,7348.6%

Kharghar

844 - 46,3265.9%

Mira Road East

3,333 - 29,021-3.1%

Virar

1,112 - 41,3835.7%

Ulwe

3,986 - 3,91,73030.9%

Chembur East

8,217 - 67,62591.1%
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