Dum Dum


Dum Dum is an area in Kolkata. The sole airport in the city is located at this location. Dumdum is a city in North 24 Parganas district in West Bengal, India.

In terms of the demographic structure of Kolkata and the area occupies a special place. In Dumdum, there are both good business zone and residential neighborhoods. The majority of the homes in the area are mid-sized flats, which is a sign of the region’s continually rising real estate demand curve.

There have some eminent builders groups are Merlin Group, Kosmic Estate, etc. The average land area is between 3.11 acres – 9 acres. 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. 42 lacs -Rs. 57 lacs, 3bhk it’s in the range of Rs. 51 Lacs – 71 Lacs.

Northeastern India’s Dumdum, the industrial suburbs of Kolkata (Calcutta), is located in the state of West Bengal. The word for a raised mound or battery in Persian is dam dama, from whence the name was derived. Also, there are still sizable rural areas in North Dumdum. South Dum Dum makes up Greater Kolkata’s northern border.

Only in the late 1990s did Dum Dum begin to see an increase in flat construction. The increased disposable income of the local middle class reflects in the demand. Although, economists claim that this directly affects India’s booming economy.

Dum Dum, founded in 1783, is the most well-known of the three cities. It served as the Bengal Artillery’s command post until 1853. Dumdum is home to jute mills, tannery, iron, and steel rolling industries, glass, match, and soap manufacturers, as well as a number of significant engineering firms. Also, there are many hospitals and a college in the city that are connected to the University of Calcutta. The location is home to Kolkata’s international airport.

Some renowned projects of the locality: