In the Kolkata metropolitan region of West Bengal, India, there is a four- and six-lane trunk road known as Barrackpore Trunk Road, or BT Road. It links Barrackpore, a suburb of Kolkata, to the city. One of the busiest highways in the nation and the oldest metalled road, having been constructed in 1775. The 18.1 kilometers (11.2 miles) long route is a component of State Highways 1 and 2.
The Indian Statistical Institute and Rabindra Bharati University are just two of the several institutions and other monuments that can be found along BT Road. Originally, the regions beside the road were industrial zones, but as residential areas spread out, they eventually took the place of the industries. Also, the 160-year-old water supply pipeline for the city buries beneath the highway.
Although, this locality is located close to a few more communities. Panihati, Agarpara, Ariadaha, Baranagar, and Belgharia are some of the adjacent communities. especially, Shyam Bazar and barrackpore connect well to the road.
There have some eminent builders groups are Orbit Group, Siddha Group, Signum Group, etc. The average land area is between 2 acres – 102 kattahs. Although it’s constantly evolving as investors try to optimize their profits and respond to market demands. Both 2 BHK and 3 BHK are the most common room configurations in the area. The estimated cost for 2bhk on sale is Rs. 39 lacs -Rs. 62 lacs, 3bhk it’s in the range of Rs. 52 Lacs – 1.05 Cr.
Due to the proximity to everyday necessities, the social infrastructure in this area is well-developed. People may access vital services like those provided by hospitals, banks, ATMs, and educational institutions, among others. Also, consumers have access to entertainment services such as restaurants, shopping centers, and movie theatres.
Some renowned projects of the locality: