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Old May 11th, 2012, 05:43 PM   #21
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There are more than "180" Residential Towers that are currently "underconstruction/proposed" in Gulshan,Banani and Baridhara.



Almost all the projects shown below are currently UC/Proposed at Gulshan or Baridhara.Price per square feet for apartments in these areas start at "22,000tk OR 300$ USD per Square feet and go upto 32000tk OR 400$ USD per Square feet.The residential towers in these areas are designed to be nice additions to the Skyline.










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Old September 4th, 2012, 02:01 PM   #24
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Blog has been updated with several new projects - http://www.dhakaconstruction.blogspot.com/

Projects added:

SA Khaleque Verona Tower, Mirpur

SA Khaleque Trade Center, Mirpur

Stripling Shahida Tower, Mirpur



Ejab Islam Tower, Mirpur



Quantum Satisfaction, Uttara

Nahar Square, Uttara



Glory Signature, Motijheel

Glory Trade Center, Motijheel

Navana Barek Carmela, Moghbazar



SEL Trident Tower, Purana Paltan



Dynasty Wahid Tower, Panthapath

Genetic Shayamoli Square, Shyamoli

SEL DSA Tower, Nilkhet



Genetic Shyamoli Square



Zahrul Islam Center, Unknown location



Sun Moon Star Plaza, Kallyanpur



Sun Moon Star Tower, Rayer Bazar



Theme Anwara Square, Lalbagh



Overall, things are quiet, in terms of new projects, though.
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Old September 4th, 2012, 02:02 PM   #25
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Watch-tower around secretariat planned

DHAKA, Aug 29: The government is going to build seven watch-towers around the secretariat, the country's administrative nerve-centre, within this year, to fend off possible terror attacks, and ensure foolproof security of the key point installation (KPI). This is being done to bar entry of all unauthorised visitors and vehicles, as well as, to check possible terrorist or militant attacks, the home ministry sources said, explaining why the towers are being build, for the first time, around the seat of the government.
Already the public works department (PWD) has developed designs for the towers, which were sent to the Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) for approval, sources added.
For ensuring security of the administrative hub, five traffic sergeants and some more traffic constables would be deployed inside the secretariat, for maintaining the vehicles, entering the KPI, the See Page 2 Col 8Watch-tower sources added.
The authorities concerned are installing two loaders for scanning the vehicles, entering the secretariat, everyday, carrying the officials and visitors, the sources added.
At an inter-ministerial meeting, held at the home ministry on Wednesday, with one of its joint secretaries in chair, the present security details for the secretariat were reviewed.
A home ministry official proposed building a number of ‘parking towers’ outside the secretariat, to accommodate vehicles, which are now parked on the roads around the administrative hub.
A senior official of the home ministry told The Independent that they are concerned with the present security measures in the secretariat, after the recent bomb attack by opposition activists. “There’s a security threat to the secretariat, as a number of visitors enter the KPI in the name of meeting the officials,” he said, adding, “Members of law enforcement agencies will watch the visitors and movement of all vehicles in the secretariat.”
He also said that, at present, policemen and personnel from different security forces, can enter the secretariat without any entry-pass, a practice that will be discontinued.
It may be noted that security agencies had warned the government of possible attacks by radical organisations on all the KPIs across the country, as the government is holding trials for war-crimes committed during the Liberation War.
The sources further said that the government wanted to introduce an “access-control system”, by providing “smart cards” to officials and employees of the secretariat. But, the authorities have failed to introduce the system, due to delays in appointing a contractor, after re-inviting tenders.
The security agencies have also asked the government to jack-up security measures in and around the secretariat, especially at the Eden Building (Bhaban-1), where the Prime Minister’s Office is located.
Despite the alarm, essential equipment, like baggage scanners, have remained out of order for the past three years. During the BNP-led four-party alliance government, 162 closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras had been installed on the secretariat premises, and nine sub-control rooms and a central control room were set up to monitor security arrangements round-the-clock. However, most of the CCTV cameras have become dysfunctional, the sources said.
The sources said the home ministry had ordered law enforcement and intelligence agencies to take necessary steps to bar the entry of vehicles with tinted glasses, into to the secretariat premises, during office hours, as a precautionary measure to foil any possible subversive activity.
A major source of concern is the unchecked movement of vehicles with tinted glasses in and out of the secretariat complex. Most of these vehicles, allegedly belong to the ruling party lawmakers.
Corruption is also a matter of concern among security officials, as a section of dishonest employees, in different ministries, have often been found selling entry passes to the high-security complex.

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Old September 4th, 2012, 02:02 PM   #26
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Dhaka's real estate boom is only getting started

Realtors yet to see the real boom
UNB, Dhaka

The demand for flats in and around Dhaka city will stand at around 1 lakh in the next 10 years as the government is yet to 'play its proper role' in meeting the growing housing needs, according to a recent study.
The 40-50 age group people are more interested to buy flats within the next three years, says the study completed in July this year.
Analysing the consumer responses, the study said the demand for houses in the upcoming three years will be around 30,000 to 40,000 while it will stand at 60,000 to 80,000 in the next five years and by next 10 years the demand will jump to around 95,000 to 1,30,000.
Currently, consumers are more interested to buy flats than build their own houses. People who already own a house or flat are still very willing to buy another property which actually adds in the growth in the demand.
According to the study findings, younger segments are willing to purchase flats rather than building their own houses but in most cases they do not have any immediate plan.
For building houses, people mostly preffer Uttara, Mirpur, Purbachal, Bashundhara, Mohammadpur, Dhanmondi and Gulshan areas. For purchasing flats, consumers mostly prefer Dhanmondi, Uttara, Mirpur, Mohammadpur, Gulshan-Banani, Bashundhara and Malibagh-Mogbazar areas.
Among different occupational groups, businessmen, private bankers and doctors, both government service holders and private practitioners are willing to build their own houses or purchase flats. The major sources of funds are bank loan and personal and family savings.
Real Estate and Housing Association of Bangladesh (REHAB) sponsored the study, titled 'A Comprehensive Study on the Real Estate Sector of Bangladesh' supervised by its research manager Leo Vashkor Dewri.
Dhaka University, IBA lecturers - M Iftekharul Amin, Sagar Sen, Syeda Mahrufa Bashar, assistant Prof of DU Statistics Department M Golam Rabbani, Assistant Prof of Institute of IT, DU M Shafiul Alam Khan and Assistant Prof of Department of Economics, DU Dr Rushad Faridi were the research associates.
With the increasing housing demand amid the growing population, 'apartment culture' has grown up in the country sharply, especiallyin Dhaka and Chittagong.
The apartment housing was first introduced in Dhaka by formal private developers in the early 80s.
It first appeared in Dhaka near Central Road and subsequently the city experienced a boom in apartment development in all residential areas, including Paribagh, Moghbazar, Siddeshwari, Shantinagar, Dhanmondi, Mirpur, Banani, Old DOHS, New DOHS, Gulshan and Baridhara.
In line with this, house rent in Dhaka increased by 250 percent between 1990 and 2007.
The overall sale of flats dropped by 40 percent over the two years, REHAB general secretary Engr Anisuzzaman Bhuiyan Rana told UNB over phone on Saturday.
"Shrinking bank loan for the clients, gas and electricity crises and uncertainty over political changeover are the three reasons behind the fall," he said.
Bangladesh like many other developing countries faces an acute shortage of affordable housing both in the urban and rural areas.
Besides, housing affordability is being eroded by poor land administration policies, which have resulted in very high land prices that make urban housing prohibitive for lower income groups.

Source:http://thenewnationbd.com/newsdetails.aspx?newsid=49387
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Old September 4th, 2012, 02:03 PM   #27
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A lot of interesting projects going on, as depicted in Vistaara Architect's 2012 Portfolio:

Apollo Medical College and Hospital (pg. 102): Being built by Shanta Properties at Airport Road in Nikunja. 14 storied twin towers

Mobile House (pg. 105): 69 Gulshan Avenue.

Bank Asia Headquarters (pg. 108): Kazi Nazrul Islam Ave, Karwan Bazaar

BTI Landmark (pg. 111): Head office of BTI at Gulshan Avenue

Rangs Fahim Plaza (pg. 114): Rd 32 in Gulshan

Rangs Babylonia (pg. 118): Tejgaon-Gulshan Link Rd

Jamuna Bank Headquarters (pg. 125): Gulshan Avenue, Gulshan-1

IFIC Bank Headquarters (pg. 128): 20 storied building in Motijheel

EBS Tower (pg. 135): Supposed 40 storied building in Motijheel

Investment Corporation of Bangladesh Building (pg. 142): Outer Circular Rd, Rajarbagh

http://www.delvistaa.com/Download/Ex...R_VISTAARA.pdf
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Old September 21st, 2012, 06:40 PM   #28
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Thank u so much for taking the time to post about all these projects in Dhaka..really appreciate it bro

Please consider visiting Bangladesh.
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Newly updated projects, December 2012:


Bay's 23 at 23 Gulshan Ave, Gulshan-1



Britannia Moon Light House, 58, Gulshan Ave, Gulshan-1


Nassa Diamond, Gulshan-1


Dutch Embassy Renovation, Rd 90, Hse 49, Gulshan-2



Unnamed Irving Properties Tower, 82, Gulshan-Badda Link Rd


Green Regency, Rd 10, Hse 34, Banani


Ventura Iconia, Rd 11, Banani
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AWR NIV Tower, Rd 11, Hse 99, Banani
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Mir Aurora, Rd 27, Hse 48, Dhanmondi
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Green Rowshanara Tower, 755, Satmasjid Rd, Dhanmondi


Proposed BTRC Tower, Tejgaon
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Amigo Properties project, Asad Ave, Mohammadpur
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Gemcon El Mercado, 114 Begum Rokeya Sarani, Mirpur


Partex Majhar, Mazar Rd, Mirpur
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Rafa Tower, House 2, Rd 12, Sector 6, Uttara


NR Complex, Uttara


Rashid Super Market, Sector 15, Uttara


Unknown Navana Tower, Tejgaon


Aristo Dwellings Project, Mohakhali
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Urban Prachi Bhaban, 54 Dilkusha, Motijheel


Ruhama Makka Tower, 9 Toyenbee Circular Road, Motijheel


Khan Sons Center, Karwan Bazar

EBS Properties HQ Tower (40 stories), 65, DIT Extension Road, Purana Paltan


Ruhama Mansion, 50, Purana Paltan


Unnamed Navana Project, 64 Bijoy Nagar, Paltan
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Unnamed 20 story tower, Topkhana Rd, Paltan
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AWR CRC Tower, SS Nazrul Islam Ave, Kakrail


ADDL Ottowan Center, 122 New Eskaton Rd, Ramna
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Savar New Market, Savar Cantonment

Ruhama Plaza, 58, North Jatrabari
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Prossimo Unnamed Project, Jatrabari
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Greenland Tower, Siddheswari


Alamin Fakirapool, 293/295, Inner Circular Rd, Fakirapool


Partex Tower, 1, Sayedabad
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Partex Garden, Rayer Bazar
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Kazi Complex, Khilkhet


Acumen Tower, unknown location


Nokshikola City Center, unknown location


Ottowan Center, New Eskaton Rd, Ramna
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Partex Shohag, 90/91 Eskaton Rd
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Full portfolio of Dhaka commercial, hotel and office projects, click here --> http://bit.ly/R2sRmc
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