Madhyamgram is a city in North 24 Parganas district in West Bengal, India.
The location has excellent train and road connections to the rest of the city. There is a railway station in the neighborhood called Madhyamgram. The area is close to the Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport. Although Hindi is also spoken and understood in the area, Bengali is the local language.
A feature of Madhyamgram is how near it is to the Kolkata Airport (around 15 minutes). Madhyamgram is a four-point intersection of Jessore Road (part of State Highway 12), Sodepur-Barasat Road, and Badu Road. Madhyamgram’s east and west halves are joined by a 2006-opened rail overbridge called the Madhyamgram Bridge.
There have some eminent builders groups are Signum Group, Srijan Group, etc. The average land area 10Acres. Although it’s constantly evolving as investors try to optimize their profits and respond to market demands. 2 BHK and 3 BHK are the most common room configurations in the area. The estimated cost for 2bhk on sale is Rs. 40lacs -Rs. 45 lacs, 3bhk it’s in the range of Rs. 52Lacs -65Lacs.
The town serves by several public buses, both private and governmental. One of the most common ways to go to adjacent towns like Sodepur, New Barrackpore, and Barasat is by taxi service. For short distances, people also utilize rickshaws, three-wheeled pedal vehicles, and battery-operated e-rickshaws.
Another significant paddy-growing region was Madhyamgram, and the Labanya River served as a means of navigation for the exportation of those goods. The area was also known for its excellent embroidered works that earned attention from Delhi and Bombay.
Some renowned projects of the locality: