In the Indian state of West Bengal, the neighborhood of Alipore is located in the southern portion of Kolkata.
The Alipore police station is part of the South division of Kolkata Police. It is located at 8, Belvedere Road, Kolkata-700027.
All of the police districts in the South Division, including Park Street, Shakespeare Sarani, Alipur, Hastings, Maidan, Bhowanipore, Kalighat, Tollygunge, Charu Market, New Alipur, and Chetla, are within the purview of the Tollygunge Women’s Police Station.
Since many roads meet in the Alipur neighborhood—Burdwan Road, New Road, Judges Ct Road, and Alipur Road—the location offers great transportation options, including reliable bus service.
There have some eminent builders groups are PS Group, Tata Realty, etc. The average land area is between 2 acres – 7 acres. Although it’s constantly evolving as investors try to optimize their profits and respond to market demands. Both 3 BHK and 4 BHK are the most common room configurations in the area. The estimated cost for 3 bhk on sale is Rs. 3.21 Cr -Rs. 5.35 Cr, 4 bhk it’s in the range of Rs. 2 Cr – 8 Cr.
Alipore connectes to all areas of the city via a bus network. The Kolkata Suburban Railway’s Budge Budge section’s Majherhat and New Alipore railway stations serve Alipore.
The area is near both the Jatin Das Park and Kalighat metro stations of the Kolkata Metro.
In the center of Kolkata stands the Alipore Central Correctional Home, a national historic property. This 116-year-old structure includes Kolkata’s Grade I list of heritage monuments, together with the Presidency Prison. This colonial-era building, built in 1906 and covering 15.2 acres, is adjacent to Tolly’s Nullah and is immediately recognized by its distinctive brick-red walls.
One of the most opulent residential communities in India is the leafy Alipore. It has a zoological garden with enormous creatures including elephants, rhinoceros, and Bengal tigers, as well as reptiles, birds, and marine life that was established in the 1870s.
Some renowned projects of the locality: