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Old June 23rd, 2006, 04:46 AM   #1061
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Some interesting details about the proposed Business District "Towers" @ Manchirevula

...The government has earmarked 97 acres of land at Manchirevula
...One tall tower with more than 60 levels will be accompanied by one or more smaller towers.
... public-private partnership with APIIC holding an 11 per cent equity

... Mantri Developers, in consortium with Mauritius Holdings and Abhishek Developers, a subsidiary of Mantri Group, Prestige and Reliance Ports & Terminals, Tishmen Speyer, in consortium with Indian Master Fund, ICICI & NCC, Vornado Realty Trust, TCG Urban Infrastructure Holdings, Elbit Medical Imaging, Gamuda Berhad, Larsen & Toubro, Emaar Properties, Reliance Energy & Shobha Developers, and India Bulls & Shapoorjee Pallonjee are in the fray for developing the project.

...The project cost is estimated to be anywhere between Rs 1,000 crore and Rs 1,500 crore.
... shortlisting of companies by July.
... bidding process is expected to be completed by December 2006
... the project is expected to be completed within 18 to 24 months

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Old June 23rd, 2006, 05:11 AM   #1062
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URL: http://www.thehindu.com/2006/06/23/s...2318530300.htm

Decks cleared for road works

MCH to provide `logistic backup' services to reduce their financial burden
More than 1,000-odd works held up for the last few months with contractors demanding `compensation' for the steep rise in cement and other prices

HYDERABAD: The Municipal Corporation of Hyderabad (MCH) has finally announced that the much delayed road restoration works will be taken up from Monday onwards after concluding an `informal' agreement with recalcitrant contractors...

the corporation would provide `logistic backup' services to contractors to reduce their financial burden.

More than 1,000-odd works like cement and bitumen roads were held up for the last few months with contractors demanding `compensation' for the steep rise in cement and other prices...
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Old June 23rd, 2006, 08:24 AM   #1063
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So now Hyderabad is getting two twin 60 storey towers. a 90 storey buildings. And another 60 storey business building?
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Old June 23rd, 2006, 05:23 PM   #1064
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yes, all that. hopefully!!!
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Old June 23rd, 2006, 06:24 PM   #1065
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To maintain/buy/sell realestate in hyderabad..its taking too much of research and time and also so many phone calls everyday, Does anyone have any clue or easy service to setup VOIP in India?.. i heard about Vonage but I am not sure if it is clear or not...Any advice is most welcome...!
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Old June 23rd, 2006, 06:53 PM   #1066
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Vonage is actually quite clear here in India (I know this from experience)...if you have a high-speed broadband connection.
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Old June 23rd, 2006, 10:12 PM   #1067
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So now Hyderabad is getting two twin 60 storey towers. a 90 storey buildings. And another 60 storey business building?
magestom............Its seems like but dont hold your breath yet. I'm yet to see the renderings of these 60+ floor towers. . I'm not sure any of these will be built till I see the final renderings and u/c images.
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Old June 24th, 2006, 02:20 AM   #1068
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Come n' invest, Hyderabad waiting for you

K Ratna Prabha, IT Secretary to AP Government

Information Technology Secretary to AP government, K Ratna Prabha tells Ashok Kumar that the investor friendly attitude of the Y S R Reddy government is clearly making a difference to the city.

I wouldn't quite agree with the fact that Hyderabad is taking away the sheen from Bangalore...

Yes, it is true that Hyderabad has been seeing companies like Infosys, Wipro, and Honeywell coming in and investing in the faith of the environment, which has been developed in favour of the growth of the entrepreneurship...

Policies of the Andhra Pradesh government are one thing, which are giving a red carpet welcome to the national and international companies to set up their base here...

The government is enthusiastic in its approach for development. Not only has it been granting certain concessions to companies to Hyderabad, the IT department has also been taking extra steps for certain projects by getting special dispensations from the Cabinet.

... the government is also keen to address certain issues, which sprung up with the growth of the metropolis...

It's true that Bangalore has had its due and is now facing various constraints such as congestion, over pollution. But this was bound to happen and hold true for any metropolis, which has witnessed a massive growth with a sudden spurt in a short span of time...

Another important thing is that the attrition levels in Hyderabad are much lower in comparison to Bangalore. Even the cost of living in the city is comparatively lower to other metropolis, which though gives a high standard of lifestyle but all at a premium.

Hyderabad has such a composition, in terms of language, that though it is positioned in south, it boasts of all three major languages such as Telugu, Hindi and English, making it a true cosmopolitan and an apt habitat for the global corporate bodies. Culturally, Hyderabad is a very alluring city, something like Mumbai I would say. It has several natural and obvious merits like that of an upcoming metropolis and until the saturation point is reached, which comes in every developed city at one time or other, it can laugh its way for a joyride with many plum projects in its lap.

URL: http://www.financialexpress.com/late...tent_id=131551

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Old June 24th, 2006, 05:51 AM   #1069
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Housing colony in Hyderabad

Housing colony in Hyderabad

source:http://www.andhracafe.com/index.php?m=show&id=7821

Preparations are being made to establish a housing colony in Hyderabad. The colony would be established with one lakh houses.


The government has planned to construct the houses around outer ring road and sell them when the prices soar up in the real estate sector. The officials had earlier proposed to the government that rather than providing land to private IT companies and corporation, it is profitable to construct and sell the houses by themselves in the outer ring road.

According to the sources, Chief Minister Y.S. Rajashekhar Reddy has also agreed to this proposal. The construction work of the project has not been handed over to anybody so far
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Old June 24th, 2006, 05:55 AM   #1070
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Motorola to up R&D headcount
source:http://www.business-standard.com/com...IN&autono=2254

As part of its expansion plans in India, Motorola today said it will increase the headcount of its research and development division to 4,000.

"We have 3,500 engineers in both our Bangalore and Hyderabad divisions. In the next few years we will increase it to 4,000," Llyod Mathias, director (marketing) Motorola said.

The company's decision to increase the headcount in R&D was due to the fact that around 40% of its software comes from India
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Old June 24th, 2006, 06:05 AM   #1071
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Housing colony in Hyderabad

Preparations are being made to establish a housing colony in Hyderabad. The colony would be established with one lakh houses.
One lakh houses?????

Tht's crazy man.

And wht kinda income group does it for?
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Old June 24th, 2006, 05:25 PM   #1072
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Guys,

Visit this site:

http://www.expressindia.com/hyd-bang...vest_data.html

and let me know why most of the projects from Hyd, viz. Fab City or HIAL or ORR have not been included. Do you smell a rat?

PS: I couldn't paste the table here because the format was getting screwed up
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Old June 24th, 2006, 05:52 PM   #1073
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yes. all the big ones have been excluded. also, these kinda discussions only spread divide among ppl. Blore is leader in IT. and it will continue to be so. some opportunists turn it into a major issue. we want unity, not divide on these petty issues.
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Old June 24th, 2006, 07:35 PM   #1074
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Central Park-1 in Survey No.110/1 part at Kondapur -HUDA approval has been cancelled.

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HUDA clarifies on plots

I am interested in buying a plot at Central Park-1 in Survey No.110/1 part at Kondapur. Kindly advise me in this regard.

Jainender Kumar

Hyderabad Urban Development Authority (HUDA) answers: The final layout plan approved by HUDA for Survey No. 110/1 of Kondapur (V) is cancelled and withdrawn vide Lr.No.9975/MP2/H/93 dated 27-9-2000 as the Sy.No. is declared as ULC excess land.

HUDA approved

Please advise if `Quiet Lands' gated housing layout (specifically Plot/H.No. 10) in Survey No. 6/1 situated at Gachibowli, Serilingampally Municipality is legally approved?

Ajay Nair

HUDA answers: The layout with Housing for Quiet Lands in Sy.No.6/1 of Gachibowli (V) is approved by HUDA.

Beware- Central Park-1 in Survey No.110/1 part at Kondapur -HUDA approval has been cancelled....



Conservation Zone

I am planning to buy plots in the following layout and would be grateful if you can clarify whether I can proceed with the deal.

The details are Vattinagulpally village -- 111, 134 to 139, 146/A/1, 148 to 158, 159/A, 161, 162, 165,166, 171, 178 to 180, 181, 181/A, 183, 189 to 191, Rajendranagar Mandal, Ranga Reddy District.

Rohan

HUDA answers: The Sy.Nos. 111, 134 to 146 (P), 148 to 158, 159 (P), 161, 162, 165, 166, 171, 178 to 180, 181 (P), 183, 189 to 191 of Vattinagulpally (V) are earmarked as Conservation Use Zone as per Master Plan for Non-MCH area and residential uses are not permissible.
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Old June 24th, 2006, 07:37 PM   #1075
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Warning against buying of plotPlot No.10 Town Survey No. 4/2, Block-G, Ward No. 10,

Warning against buying of plot

The Hyderabad District Joint Collector V.Anil Kumar has cautioned general public not to purchase the land in Plot No.10 Town Survey No. 4/2, Block-G, Ward No. 10, Road No. 10, Banjara Hills as it is declared as `Lawaris' (no body's land) property.

According to Escheats and Bona Vacantia Act 1974, the land which has no legal heirs will be treated as `Bona Vacantia' and will be taken into government control.

The land, an extent of 2 acres 30 guntas, has been taken into control by Mandal Revenue Officer, Shaikpet.


http://www.hindu.com/pp/2006/06/24/s...2400650300.htm
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Old June 24th, 2006, 11:31 PM   #1076
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Hyderabad :a retailer's destination and a new hotel hotspot.

This was something i was intrested in sharing with all of you from a long time.
After a decent attempt researching this topic on the net , i have come to this final result.
Upcoming five star hotels in hyderabad:
1.Novotel Hyderabad(opened may2006)http://www.novotel.com/novotel/fiche...he_hotel.shtml
2.Golkonda resorts & spa(opened june2006)www.golkondaresorts.com
3.Taj Falkanuma (under rennovation)
4.Marriott viceroy and convention centre http://marriott.com/property/propertypage/HYDMC
5.Courtyard hyderabad(right next to marriott)
6.Leela Kempinski hyderabad
7.Chowmahalla palace(ITC)(Under rennovation)
8.Le meridien Hyderabad
9.Gayatri Park Hyatt
Upcoming malls in hyderabad


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Road no 1 Banjara Hills:

GVK One, City Center Mall, Ashoka Mall, Alcazar Plaza and one by the Maheshwari group at Nagarjuna Circle and more.

Himayat Nagar: A mall by the Maheshwari group
Gachibowli: IVRCL project,lanco hills
Madhapur: Inorbit
ameerpet:adlabs goldspot

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Old June 24th, 2006, 11:32 PM   #1077
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There are malls and malls. Even then, most of us moan that the city doesn't offer us a complete shopping experience. We'd also groan at the thought of traffic choking the arterial roads. This is just the beginning. In the next two years, Hyderabad will have at least a dozen malls. Most are high-end ones that come with multiplexes. Of course, most of them promise multilevel parking facility that will put an end to parking woes. Here's a look at the shape of things to come...

Cities like Delhi, Gurgaon and Kolkata have generic malls co-existing with specialty malls — exclusive wedding, automobile and jewellery malls and so on. But what Hyderabad can expect, to begin with, are malls that will have something of everything — high-end fashion, jewellery, cinemas and food courts. In different stages of planning and execution are eight shopping centres at Road no 1, Banjara Hills, one at Himayat Nagar, one at Gachibowli and one overlooking Durgam Cheruvu, Madhapur,, all targeting the middle, upper middle class and the elite sections.

High-income groups


Where are the buyers, did we hear you say? The GVK group undertook a consumer study and learnt that most families in Banjara and Jubilee Hills areas have an annual income that exceeds five lakh rupees. The intention of most malls is to make the elite consumers — who travel to Mumbai, Delhi and Bangalore for some bling-bling shopping — open their purse strings in Hyderabad.

"There is very little organised shopping in the metros, say two per cent. This can go up to 10 per cent," reasons Girish Malpani, CEO of Maheshwari group, which is planning a shopping centre near Nagarjuna Circle, Banjara Hills and at Himayat Nagar, opposite Pick `n' Move eatery. The former will have an area of two lakh sq ft that will include four-screen multiplex and multilevel parking for 900 vehicles. The one-lakh 20,000 sq ft Himayatnagar mall will have three multiplex screens.

GVK One, spread across six lakh sq ft area, boasts of a six-screen multiplex by the Inox group, national and international brands, food courts and a 1000-car multilevel parking. Talks are on with the government to expand the parking area, if necessary. The mall is expected to open by March-June 2007.

The bigger, the better


The outskirts, too, will undergo a makeover. IVRCL and Inorbit groups are looking to cash in on the lack of huge malls in the outskirts. Nandini Mishra, spokesperson, IVRCL, informs, "The mall is part of our township, which will also have an IT Park. The five-floor mall will be near the Infosys and ISB campuses. We want to have 12 multiplex screens and parking for approximately 2,000 cars. The parking facility will be expanded; we are still working at it"

The Inorbit mall will overlook the Durgam Cheruvu. Anand Sundaram, Vice President, design and planning, says, "Among the metros, Hyderabad has the maximum potential for growth. It is investor friendly and there's market waiting to be tapped. People in Hyderabad and Bangalore are movie lovers so multiplexes become an integral part of their lifestyle. We are planning to have five to eight screens. There are three elements that contribute to good shopping experience - retailing, food and entertainment. Most malls lack in one or the other area. The idea is to do the best in all the areas." Inorbit, spread across seven lakh sq ft area, will have multilevel parking for 1000 cars."

When the malls are up and functioning, we'll get to see whether the customer stands the chance of being a king, finally.






Mall world

Road no 1 Banjara Hills:

GVK One, City Center Mall, Ashoka Mall, Alcazar Plaza and Towers, one by the Maheshwari group at Nagarjuna Circle and more.

Himayat Nagar: A mall by the Maheshwari group

Gachibowli: IVRCL project

Madhapur: Inorbit

www.inorbitmalls.com (Check the upcoming malls section)
http://www.ivrcl.com/news_display.as...&currentPage=9
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Old June 24th, 2006, 11:34 PM   #1078
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Destination Hyderabad: City turns retailers' hotspot
HYDERABAD: With retail space taking up almost 1.5 million square feet over the next two years and around 12 malls set to dot city landscape, Hyderabad seems to have become a hot spot for retailers.

The Rahejas and IJM, two leading developers who have recently entered Andhra Pradesh, plan to set up new malls.

Companies such as DLF, GVK and IVRCL are planning to set up malls in the city and are planning investments of around Rs 500 crore.

The city is now warming up to the organised retail format with the changing economic structure.

“Most of the malls are targeted at the middle and upper middle-income groups,” says industry sources.

More and more younger people are walking into malls and almost 60% of the customers are expected to be below 25 years of age.

Hyderabad today is one of the best markets for retail selling and this is possibly why there are so much demand for floor space for these mega projects, sources add.

“The population of Hyderabad is very mature in terms of its shopping habits and its perception of value,” said one industry source.

Premium brands seem to be willing to come in and capitalise on these market dynamics. This is probably the reason why the tenants and retailers expected to set up shop here include both national and international brands.

Some of names include Pantaloon, Shoppers’ Stop, Globus, Pyramids, Lifestyle, Mc Donald’s and KFC, among others. Food courts and hotels are also expected to find a place in some of these malls.

Of these 12 malls, five are coming up in the up-market Banjara Hills area, two close to Hyderabad’s IT areas like Hitech City and Gachibowli.

The first mall to be launched will be the City Center mall, which is expected to come up around the third quarter of 2006.

The two biggest malls will be the Inorbit and IVRCL malls which will occupy about 3,00,000 square feet each in retail space, while the total built-up area for Inorbit will be 6,50,000 square feet and IVRCL Mall 5,80,000 square feet, according to Trammell Crow Meghraj estimates.

The Rahejas plan to invest Rs 120 crore-Rs160 crore in the Inorbit Mall.
http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/...ow/1516781.cms
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Old June 24th, 2006, 11:35 PM   #1079
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Hyderabad turns new hotel hotspot
HYDERABAD: Move over Mumbai and Delhi. Hyderabad has just checked in as the ‘numero uno’ hospitality destination in the country. Hyderabad is poised to have 6,507 star hotel rooms by ‘10 and attract the highest number of investment in the next few years, according to a study by HVS International.

As per the study, Hyderabad has overtaken cities like Mumbai, Goa, Chennai, Delhi and Bangalore. “We have worked on parameters like rate potential, demand growth, infrastructure, site availability and product orientation, replacement costs and induced demand to arrive at this conclusion,” said HVS International consultant Premal Zaveri in a chat with ET.

Business travel is said to be one of the main drivers of the growth in the hospitality industry.

Established in 1980, HVS International is a global consulting and services organization focused on the hotel, restaurant, timeshare, gaming, and leisure industries.

The demand now does not match supply. However, this is expected to change with many Indian and international chains planning to set up shop in the city. The star hotels in the city claim that almost 90% of the guests are business travellers.

The year-on-year occupancy rates, too, have been rising to over 80% in ‘04-05. “The Hyderabad International Convention Centre stabilizing as an international centre, and also the growth of the Genome Valley, Hitech City and ICICI Knowledge Park are positive drivers for increased occupancy in the first class business segment,” says Mr Zaveri.

The number of rooms in the city is expected to touch 2,461 by the end of 2006 and go up to 6,507 rooms by ‘10. The average room rate currently at Rs 5,000 is expected to go up to Rs 8,000 by ‘08-09. “There will be no downward price correction at all,” says Mr Zaveri.

Hyderabad is currently in a very strong position as its average room rates are still very low but its occupancy is high at over 80%. “Though the room tariffs are higher in other cities, considering the city’s performance against all other parameters, it is clearly in the number one position,” says Mr Zaveri. The construction of the Hyderabad international airport is also expected to spur the growth of hotels.

Currently, the city has approximately five five-star hotels including ITC Kakatiya Sheraton, Taj Krishna, and the Viceroy. Viceroy has chalked out an elaborate expansion plan and will be known as JW Marriott and is also planning to take the number of rooms up from 168 to 300 with an investment of Rs 80 crore.

Bangalore-based hotel group Royal Orchid plans to set up a four star hotel in Hyderabad by the end of 2006 and is also mulling the possibility of setting up a five-star hotel in the future.

Also, hotel chains like London based Le Meridien, the InterContinental group and Lemon Tree are keen to come to Hyderabad. The ITC group also has plans to build another hotel in the city while Tulip Manohar has tied up with Radisson.
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