Over the ages, Kolkata has changed, assimilated numerous influences, and developed new regions of significance. Old Kolkata’s beauty is still there, but modern lifestyle facilities are being concentrated in new real estate zones. The EM Bypass has emerged as the area’s new development center, with a number of the neighborhoods along this section offering upmarket living options. Due to the fact that duplex flats on the EM Bypass offer large living similar to bungalows and villas at a lower price, they are in high demand.
There have some eminent builders groups are Unimark Group, Ambuja Neotia, Bengal Peerless, Eden Realty, etc. The average land area is between 2 acres – 66 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 3bhk on sale is Rs. 1.85 Cr -Rs. 3.65 Cr, 4bhk it’s in the range of Rs. 3.21 Cr – 4.7 Cr.
The EM Bypass, which is the IT corridor, is the new face of contemporary Kolkata. There are significant changes happening as a result of spatial extension at the edges. The real estate skyline has been transformed by the luxury residences on EM Bypass. If Chowringhee and BBD Bag reflect Kolkata’s colonial splendor. The location is the preferred location for the younger generation working in the banking, insurance, and IT industries. Once merely a connecting route from North to South, it is now Rajarhat, Salt Lake, and New Town’s new lifeline because of its seamless interconnectedness. Divided into three sections, the route extends from Chingrighata to Kolkata East in the north, from Chingrighata to Ruby in the center, and from Ruby to Kamalgazi in the south.
Some renowned projects of the locality: