Dharuhera, a satellite city, lies at a distance of 30 km from Gurgaon. This city is emerging as the next realty destination over the last few years. Located in Rewari district of Haryana, it is very strategically located on the junction of NH-8 and SH-28 leading to Palwal. This city is the gateway to the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor.
DMIC is a mega infra-structure project spanning 1,483 km being developed at a cost of $90 billion with financial and technical assistance from Japan. Dharuhera has the industrial zones of Bhiwadi, Manesar, Bawal and Neemrana in close proximity.
Several multinational corporations like Hero Honda, Delphi Automotive Systems, India’s biggest dairy plant Amul, Harley Davidson, Ray Ban, Asahi Glass, Lumax Industries and Rico Auto Industries have set up their industrial units here in the last decade.
Dharuhera is poised to be a beehive of industrial and residential activities in the near future, which is expected to transform the area into a large industrial and residential hub of the NCR.
Good buying activity is being seen, which has resulted in capital values appreciating over the past few years in the range of 12 per cent to 18 per cent.
With rising demand projects that were launched at a price point of Rs 1,800 per sq ft are now selling around the range of Rs 2,800 per sq ft. The prices in this area are still reasonable if compared to Gurgaon.
Large developers operating across the NCR have also come up with their projects in Dharuhera, like Parsvnath Developers, Raheja Developers, Vipul Group, Piyush Group, Landmark Group, Vardhman Developers, M2K, Dwarkadhish, Bestech Group etc. Currently these developers are selling their projects in the range of Rs 2,400- Rs 3,500 per sq ft, depending upon the location and stage of construction. The local development body — Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA) — has also sold some plots at Dharuhera and people are fast carrying out construction on these plots, though infrastructure lacks in most of these colonies.
Earlier, this area used to cater mainly the middle class housing, but did not have better options available for senior management officials, CEOs,