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Old September 26th, 2012, 08:33 AM   #21
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Bhendi Bazaar’s much-awaited makeover begins
2 bldgs demolished as part of cluster redevelopment

The Bhendi Bazaar redevelopment project -- one of Mumbai's most ambitious attempts to reconfigure a crowded residential-commercial area to provide for better housing, improved business environment, wider roads and ample open spaces -- kicked off on Monday with demolition beginning on two buildings.
The project, the brainchild of the Saifee Burhani Upliftment Trust (SBUT), aims to move 3,500 families into 350-sqft apartments from their current smaller, dilapidated flats; create modern, betterequipped spaces for 1,200 businesses; and free up nearly one-sixth of Bhendi Bazaar's 16.5 acre sprawl for open, recreational areas.
The Rs 2,900-crore project, launched in 2009, could provide a blueprint for cluster redevelopment across the city and provide an ideal for how high-rises must not only aim at accommodating more and more people, but also help create more space on the ground.
The Bhendi Bazaar redevelopment will involve demolition of 249 four-to-six storied buildings and will impact the lives of close to 20 000 people. Care will be taken to retain existing religious structures and the township's centre piece will be the Raudat Tahera, the tomb of the previous Syedna, the current Bohra community leader Syedna Mohammed Burhanuddin's father.
While Bhendi Bazaar today is just a maze of concrete, once the project is completed it will have over 700-odd trees, congestion-free roads and the city's longest shopping corridor.
Of the 249 buildings that would be demolished under the redevelopment plan, SBUT has already acquired 200. These will be replaced with a yet-unspecified number of towers, each averaging 40 stories. Sixteen such buildings will be sold in the open market to recover the project costs.
Demolition work on the first two structures of the cluster, Mohammedi building and Ebrahim Nuruddin Chawl, began early on Monday morning. Nearly a dozen odd buildings have already been vacated and close to 400 residents have moved to a transit camp at Mazgaon.
The work on the redevelopment project was stalled for nearly three years as SBUT struggled to secure clearances from the BMC, MHADA and other state agencies and faced stiff resistance from residents not willing to leave their dwellings of years and move to a transit camp.
Things started moving a few months back when SBUT managed to get three major buildings vacated. The project has picked up pace since.
Abbas Master, CEO, SBUT, said the redevelopment project has been divided into eight clusters. "Work has begun on the first phase that includes 12 buildings. All the families from these buildings have been relocated to transit camps, which we prefer to call training camps," he said.
Master explained that work on other seven clusters will not wait for the completion of the first phase. "Work will start parallely. It all depends on clearances, over which we have little control. But I must add that all the concerned agencies have been very cooperative," he said.
In the next six to eight months, Master is optimistic construction work on new buildings will also begin.
Built to decongest the Fort area in 1803, Bhendi Bazaar today is one of the most densely populated areas of south Mumbai. Nearly 70 per cent of the residents here are Bohri Muslims, a closely-knit business community.
The demolition of the first set of buildings has also put an end to skepticism among the residents about the project ever taking off. "The project has finally taken off and it is certainly a positive sign. When the project was announced in 2009, we were told it would be completed in three years. It's already three years and the first building is being demolished now. We hope it does not take a decade to complete," said a resident requesting anonymity.


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Mumbai’s biggest slum redevelopment plan gets going


MUMBAI: The largest slum redevelopment scheme in Mumbai—and possibly in India—is underway in the island city. Omkar Realty and Developers Pvt Ltd has tied up with Larsen and Toubro Realty, a subsidiary of L&T, to develop a Rs 7,000 crore-plus residential project spread over a 17-acre slum sprawl in Bhoiwada, Parel.

L&T, which is the majority partner, will design, construct and market the high-end luxury apartments with Omkar. The project will have 1,200 apartments spread over 3 million square feet in six towers, each 40-60 floors tall. Flats in this area are currently quoted at approximately Rs 15,000 a sq ft.

Omkar, which bagged the slum project, will rehabilitate slum dwellers residing in about 4,000 shanties free of cost in 269 sq ft (carpet area) flats in nine to ten buildings of 23 floors. With a floor space index of over 3 available in slum schemes, the plot has a developable space of over 5 million sq ft.

Under the slum redevelopment scheme, a developer can use the balance area to construct buildings to sell in the open market.

S D Corporation, a joint venture company of hotelier Dilip Thakkar and construction major Shapooji Pallonji, had eight years ago undertaken a slum scheme spread across 13 acres. The developer has constructed two 60-storey luxury towers, The Imperial, from the free sale component.

In the Bhoiwada project, one million sq ft will be used for rehabilitation while the balance area will be used for free sale by the two companies.

Babulal Varma, managing director of Omkar, confirmed the joint venture but refused to elaborate on the revenue sharing agreement. Shrikant Varma, managing director of L&T Realty, refused to comment on the first venture by the company in the Mumbai property market. The JV was signed recently after almost a year of negotiations.

Sources close to the development say L&T has invested around Rs 500 crore in the Parel project. Incidentally, L&T is also the contractor appointed by Omkar to construct slum rehab buildings at Bhoiwada. The construction agreement worth Rs 174 crore was signed in 2011. The construction major, for the first time, is using pre-cast technology normally used for ground-plus-three-level structures to construct high-rise buildings of 23 floors.

Omkar has bagged rights to redevelop 10,000 hutments spread across 20 acres in Malad. The company has raised a debt of about Rs 2,000 crore to finance construction of almost 5.5 million sq ft at its Worli and Malad project.
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Great thread Abinash. I'm posting some info about some other big ticket projects from India.

Amanora Park Town|Pune

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Amanora Park Town

Located at Hadapsar, the entire town ship is spread over 400 acres and will be a self containing property having schools, college, hospital, restaurants and sports complex within the township. The first offerings of Amanora Park Town will have 10 towers, each between 18-22 stories high; with the first phase of Amanora Park Town will include a choice of 680 apartments of 2, 2.5, 3, 3.5 and 4 bedroom luxury apartments.


Many technologically advanced features like shopping for groceries and paying with your thumbprint, monitoring health statistics of the family on your cell phone and monitoring your CCTV protected home & garage from your laptop etc. are going to be provided to the Amanora citizens.

The $ 2 billion township




22-storey residential tower coming up at Amanora Park town.
10 such towers to come up in the initial phase.




A 3 Million sq. ft. mall " Amanora Market City" is planned within the premises. This will have hotel, office spaces, club, multiplex, showrooms, hyper market.

The 30-storey signature tower which wil be 105 metres tall.


Residential towers
Elevated Road - This road will have 22 storyed buildings probably for the first time in Pune. T


Two artificial lakes in the central green area are planned of total area of about 3.5 acres.


45 acres of Central Green


The entrance
The Bowl shaped 80 meters wide entry to the township in special landscape treatment is going to be a unique entry feature.


Township bus



Mall




Town centre with 5000 seat amphitheatre
Town centre will have Amanora History Hall, Township Authority office, civic amenities like post office, bank and ATM etc. It will also have exclusive Amanora club with gym, roof top restaurant and family entertainment area.



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Mahindra world city is a 3000 acre SEZ coming up in Jaipur

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Well this project started in 2008 but obviously is so big that we can still track updates of it.

From Mahindra World City's Website:





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The SEZ is divided into Buisness and Lifestyle Zone.

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Buisness Zone:

1.IT / ITES Zone- at Mahindra World City, Jaipur is the largest IT Centric Special Economic Zone in the country. Spread over 750 acres, the zone has been notified by the Ministry of Commerce.

Leading customers such as Infosys, Wipro, Deutsche Bank (setting up at Evolve), Nucleus Software, Nagarro Software and Tech Mahindra have leased space and will be setting up their operations within the IT / ITeS SEZ at Mahindra World City.
The IT / ITeS SEZ commenced operations in August 2008 with Deutsche Bank and Infosys being the first companies to commence operations from their facilities.

2.Evolve – The Next Gen IT Park:Located within the IT / ITES SEZ in Mahindra World City, Jaipur, Evolve – The Next Gen IT Park is a 1.6 million sq. ft. fully built multi–tenanted facility. Spread over 25 acres, Evolve will offer future ready spaces in of serene greens surroundings.

3.Light Engineering & Auto Ancillary Zone-Jaipur is ideally situated for setting up light engineering and auto component industries. The city’s strategic location provides access to two important industrial hubs – Noida
–Gurgaon–Dhareda and Mumbai–Pune. Mahindra World City, Jaipur lies on NH8, an upcoming freight corridor connecting Delhi and Mumbai.

4.Handicrafts Zone-An integral part of Rajasthan’s culture, handicrafts are a major item of export. Rajasthan has achieved a dominant market position through the quality and uniqueness of its items. Over the past few years the industry has grown through innovation in design inputs and modern production technology.Mahindra World City, Jaipur is situated in close proximity to the Indian Institute of Crafts & Design (IICD).

5.Apparel Zone-Rajasthan is a major centre for textiles and contributes almost 7% of India’s textile exports. Jaipur is a significant exporter of home furnishings and apparel to markets in the US, Europe and Japan.

6.Gems and Jewellery Zone- The industry has grown multifold and Jaipur is emerging as a major exporter of studded silver, gold and even platinum jewellery.

7.[B]Logistics and Warehousing Zone[/B]-Mahindra World City, Jaipur will offer a dedicated zone for warehousing and logistics. The zone will be located close to Inland Container Depots at Kanakapura (14 km from MWCJ) and Mansarovar (15 kms from MWC–J) offering fast, easy access to transportation hubs and extensive reach to domestic and global markets.

8.Domestic Tariff Area-Domestic Tariff Area (DTA) of Mahindra World City, Jaipur will offer companies an ambience and infrastructure to optimize productivity in any line of business.

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Lifestyle Zone

Premium housing facilities
24 x 7 medical care
Schools and educational institutions
Banks and ATMs
Telephone exchange and post office
Clubs and recreation centers
Retail malls and community centers
Parks and open spaces
Jogging/ cycling tracks and much more

Customers

IT / ITES SEZ:
  • Connexxions IT Services

    Evolve - The GnNxt IT Park
    -Deutsche Bank
    -EXL BPO

    Girnar Soft

    Infosys Technologies

    Isys Softech

    Nagarro Software

    Nucleus Software

    Tech Mahindra

    Truworth Infotech

    Wipro Ltd

Handicraft SEZ:
  • Handicratfts SEZ


    Art Age

    GAD Industries

    Heritage Prime Furniture

    Laxmi International Exports

    Orvi Design Studio LLP

    Pinkcity Enterprises

    Rajdhani Crafts

    Rama Handicrafts

    Ratan Textiles

    Readiprint International

    Rustic Furnitures

    Samurai Exports

    Sankalp International

    Vamani Overseas


Light Engineering & Auto Ancillary SEZ:
  • Dynamic Cables

    Genus Power Infrastructures

    Gravita Technomech

    India Agrovision Implement Pvt Ltd

    Knit Pro LLP

    Marsons Industries

    Poly Medicure

    QH Talbros

    Tijaria Polypipes

    Veto Electropowers

Domestic Tarrif Area:
  • ICICI bank

    State Bank of India
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Sushant golf city | Lucknow

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Some updates from Mahindra world city | Chennai (no renders available)

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Mahindra World City conceived of as a unique industrial park is living up to its high reputation. Well tended landscaped gardens lend colour to the roadways and the industrial units. It is indeed a model worthy of replication.





























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Lavasa Hill city- 10000 acre

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Pune: In an extraordinary real estate initiative, multiple ecological and technological challenges are being addressed in the construction of India’s first infotech-driven megacity, coming up 60 km west of Pune.

The widespread use of Geographical Information System (GIS) technologies in the planning and construction of the massive Lavasa Lake City has emerged as one of the key highlights of the new satellite township. GIS refers to powerful, infotech-based tools used for effective urban design and planning.

“It (Lavasa project) is one of the few examples in the world where GIS technologies are being used in raising an entire city from scratch,” Lavasa Corporation’s architect and urban designer Anubandh Hambarde told a gathering of IT professionals here on Wednesday.

At the same time, Hambarde acknowledged that the Lavasa planners needed to be extremely careful as they were making major modifications to the hilly terrain on which the township was based. Ensuring that Pune’s new satellite township with its projected lakhplus population does not pollute one of the main sources of water to Pune city (Warasgaon dam) is one of the major challenges facing planners, Hambarde said.
The thrust of his presentation at the Computer Society of India’s (Pune chapter) INCSights 2006 seminar was on the innovative use of GIS technologies in the planning and construction of Lavasa Lake City.
Planned on 4,000 hectares of hilly terrain, the Lake City is rapidly coming up as Pune’s satellite township in the Mulshi taluka of Pune district. Such is its scale that the city has been designed to have 22,000 properties, a residential population of 1.10 lakh, an anticipated annual tourist flow of four lakh people and a 15-20 km long lake.
Relaxing and energetic would be the character of the lake city, which would target property buyers from the aspirational middle class to the high income families. Properties would range from apartments to two-acre estate homes with adequate low-cost housing for housemaids and other service staff.

The lake city has already constructed its own mini-dam (Dasve), created out of the submergence of the Warasgaon dam — one of the sources of drinking water supply to Pune city. Hambarde said that ensuring the township does not pollute this source is among the major challenges facing planners. “We are imposing some kind of danger to the water supply of Pune. We have to be very sensitive to ensure that water purity for Pune city is maintained,” he said while acknowledging the ecological implications of the project.
Hambarde said Lavasa’s GIS team headed by G.S. Rao has created an infotech backbone for every aspect of the city’s planning and construction, ranging from e-governance, taxation, street naming and addressing system to preventive maintenance.

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•Location: 60 km west of Pune in Mulshi taluka

•Area: 4,000 hectares

• Size: 22,000 properties, 1.10 lakh residential population

•Anticipated annual tourist flow: 4 lakh

•Township to house hotels, retail malls, IT and BT parks

• 15-km long lake for captive water body

•Infotech-driven urban planning, systems



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Aamby Valley | 10000 acres | Maharashtra

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Sorry if this project already has a thread.

It's a huge 10000 acre project that is billed as the city that offers India's finest living but in reality is mainly used as a weekend getaway by people living in Mumbai, for corporate events, and by retirees.






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Commercial and Recreactional




Driving Range


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Air Strip (not completed)

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^ Smaller (1/4 acre plots). The houses seemed disproportiantely large (~4000 sq feet) in relation to the plot size. (for comparison the 1/2 and 1 acre plots in the vicinity have houses that are ~5000 sq feet.)





hillside construction

The international boarding school has also been completed. And they are accepting applications for the 2009-2010 year.
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Alien Space station | 120 m | 30 fl X 14 | Hyderabad

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Alien Space Station 1 - U/C
  • Project Type:-Apartments, Commercial, Club House
  • Location:-Gachibowli, IT & Financial Hub.
  • Size:-4.2 Million Sft.

Spread over 19 acres, SS1 is an unparalleled urban lifestyle township which demands your attention with features such as high-rise residences, home automation, biometric security, commercial and retail zone, work space, multiplex and state-of-the art club house with mini golf driving range.









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After all the Major screw ups and aweful delay of the project, we finally see the towers rising ! (How I wish this was closer to the ORR instead of being tucked away into middle of nowhere, that way an epic cluster of towers would have dominated the skyline.)

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Lodha Belleza | 45 X 2 + 39 fl + 34 fl X 2 | Hyderabad (construction update)

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Bhartiya city | 126 acres | Bangalore

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CITY OF JOY

This is a city. A big little city, 126 acres wide near Hebbal in Bengaluru. Children walk to school here. They run back home, fling their bags and run up trees. The ice-cream truck makes its daily rounds here. He’s the guy who knows everyone in the city. And everyone knows him. They call him Rocky. People cycle to work. They reach home early. They choose to catch-up with themselves at the lawn just outside their homes. Or go shopping down to the high street. Or walk to their favourite watering hole. Sundown. Simple, yes. Idyllic and a little other-worldly, sure. Easy? Certainly not. It’s taken six teams of architects over six years to design this city. Soul upwards. With every detail obsessed over. Down to the curbstones, each one cut identical to the other so that they fit perfectly. It wouldn't be a joyride if the road is bumpy, would it? Furniture hand-crafted in Italy. Street-lights that multi-task as surveillance cameras and wi-fi ports. It’s a city where the past meets the future and together live happily ever after. This is the City of Joy.



NIKOO HOMES
This is a city. But more than that, it’s an environment. Children here can just be children – climbing up trees and chasing butterflies on the way to kindergarten. Neighbours here aren’t strangers. People headed to work don’t need to account for jams on the way. And the Nikoo home you live in, compares to the very best on earth. From a studio suite to a penthouse, every house has a standardized Italian kitchen, an outdoor deck that seats at least four and access to all the public spaces like link gardens and a clubhouse. Some immensely talented architects, town planners and engineers are working round the clock to bring this vision to life.


IT PARK

Bengaluru is where business happens. It's become one of the fatest growing hubs for IT developement in the past 8 years. But sustaining that requires continuous investement and infrastructure to support every need. The BCIT located in Districts 4 & 5 is our plan for that future. 37 lakh sq. feet of a carefully considered environment for thriving IT, financial and knowledge driven sectors. This wholy contained SEZ that follows the utmost security and infrastructure standards. And it has an ever conveneinet location- the international airport is 30 minutes away. If you live in a Nikoo home, even better. Thats just a 5 minute walk away.

HOTELS & CONVENTIONS
A world-class City should show world-class hospitality. The Leela, Bengaluru is the newest addition to the Leela Group of Hotels and it's right here in Bhartiya City. Known for their service and impeccable taste, it will truly be 5-star in every way. There are also serviced apartments for those who want to enjoy the same luxury experience in the comfort of their homes.


SHOPPING/HIGH STREET -INTERNATIONAL BRANDS AT YOUR DOORSTEP.

London, Paris, New York and now Bhartiya City. What do they have in common? It’s the High Street. An evolution of the bazaar, the High Street concept is the new way to shop. Whether you’re a hard core retail therapist or just browsing the latest fashions, it’s got something for everyone. With the likes of Hermes and Louis Vuitton amongst popular brands, boutiques and malls you spend hours roaming around. And if you ever get tired of window shopping you can pop into one of the many cafes and restaurants that line the boulevard.

FINANCIAL DISTRICT

Great minds thrive in the right environment. For those with a business bent of mind, we’ve planned a whole district. 2 million sq feet of meticulously planned space to be precise. With office buildings, SME offices, incubator units and flexible business spaces we’ve ensured that there’s something for everyone, from Multi-National Corporations(MNCs) to e-start ups. But it’s not all work and no play- just outside are smart cafés and eateries.

SCHOOLS

Young and Independent. That’s how it should be. And when we say young, we mean a child of 4. School is the first step to a child coming into their own. So imagine a playschool, which children can walk to by themselves, unassisted and completely independent. The Kindergarten, located in Precinct 1 is just a stone’s throw away from Nikoo Homes with a traffic free walkway so that it’s completely safe and secure. The primary and high schools in Precinct 6 will take the journey further. These schools will follow international standards of teaching supported with the latest technology in addition to the all important extra-curricular activities, sports and arts.
With schools like these, you’d wish you were a child again

HOSPITALS

We at Bhartiya believe that access to good healthcare is a basic right. And good healthcare is only effective if it's available when you need it. Which is why Bhartiya City has its very own hospital and medical centre. The hospital and medical centre will provide world class health care to the residents of Bhartiya City anytime, any day. This will also become India's first centre of medical excellence where doctors from across the world can come together, share knowledge and treat patients in need.
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