India's 13 Posh Localities Where the Rich Reside

By SiliconIndia   |   Wednesday, March 6, 2013   |    3 Comments
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Bangalore:  Some of the localities are incredibly expensive, and buying a residential property in such localities only remains a dream for many.  Ever wondered what makes these properties in such localities so expensive? Well it’s not just the location, adding to it are the elite personalities who reside in such localities and add value to the locality, as reported by Kailash Babar of Economic Times. The study was compiled by Knight Frank India, Jones Lang LaSalle India, IndiaHomes and Property Brokers.

Delhi

1) Aurangzeb Road

Delhi, the capital city of India is the home for many billionaires. And Aurangzeb road is one of the prominent roads in Lutyen’s Delhi, which is in close vicinity to race course road near to Prime Minister’s residence. This is one of the posh and expensive localities in Delhi since high net worth individuals reside here who have raised the margin of property rates in this area. Some of the well-known personalities who reside in this locality, are the steel tycoon L.N. Mittal, DLF’s K.P. Singh, Jindals, Analjit Singh of Max India group, Malvinder Singh and Shivinder Singh of Religare, Ravi Jaipuria of Pepsi and Atul punj of Punj Lloyd.  The total assets of these people it comes upto 2.2 lakh crore which makes Aurangzeb’s road the most expensive street in Delhi. The residential property price here is 90,000 per square feet for an apartment.

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Reader's comments(3)
1: And what do you get for those prices? A congested, no infrastructure, stinking surroundings. Growing up I thought such places were really prime but now realize the quality of life offered is less than reasonable.
Posted by:cori - 16 Mar, 2013
2:
absolutely correct.these posh areas are clean, good surroundings, greenery, clean roads and all.but does a common man living in a common colony gets this? n o.is cleanliness and healthy surrounding only for rich"? no. its basic.every colony should be kept clean and full of greenery, and i dont think that it requires govt.'s lot of budget. its just about effort.
sunny Replied to: cori - 20 Sep, 2013
3: Good information.
Posted by:Sherin - 06 Mar, 2013
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