Kharadi rises in the east

Hrishikeish | Updated on March 23, 2011

Yin Yang Project offers super-luxury homes with club-class amenities

Kharadi has emerged as a preferred business and residential location for Pune-ites.

Pune's phenomenal growth in the past few years has seen thousands of professionals migrating to the city from others part of India and abroad.

It has created demand for office space and quality housing in strategically developed locations. As the city offers little scope for further expansion, Puneites are now looking at the suburbs.

Kharadi is one such location that is seen as the preferred residential and business destination. Serene and miles away from the hustle and bustle of the city, it is nevertheless within comfortable distance from the most happening places of Pune. Kharadi looks set to redefine the geographic and demographic profile of the eastern corridor and emerge as the next big hotspot with extensive development taking place in sectors such as IT, ITES, retail, education and hospitality.

The first expansion in the eastern part of the town started with Chandan Nagar. The boom in Kharadi started about five years ago with several IT companies coming up. Today, after a complete makeover, it offers excellent civic amenities such as good roads, electricity, gardens, modern sewerage systems and abundant water supply.

There are several schools offering CBSE, IB and other streams. Well-known names such as Lexicon International, Symbiosis and Victorious Kidss Educares have opened branches here. Professional education campuses also exist here.

It provides connectivity to leading hospitals such as Ruby Hall Clinic, Jehangir, and Inlaks & Budhrani. There are upmarket malls, multi-brand showrooms, multiplexes and food joints.

Kharadi has easy access to Pune's international airport. With premium hospitality brands such as Radisson, Hyatt and Sheraton it is convenient for business travellers. The recent MIDC zone acquisition near Wagholi and Lonikand for the IT segment will add value to Kharadi.

As expansion and development take place in this region, many well-known real estate developers have acquired land and are developing niche lifestyle projects, which stand testimony to Kharadi's changing profile.

With high-quality spaces such as Eon IT Park and Magarpatta City, Kharadi boasts highest standard in civic infrastructure with wide roads and parks. The Government aims to develop its infrastructure as a role model in urban planning.

One signature development is the preference for ultra-premium residences that beat the conventional format of apartments or condominiums, thanks to the neo-rich class of population. And, with the availability of expanses of virgin land in picturesque natural setting, there is huge demand for high-end homes with out-of-the-box architecture and theme-based homes.

Many of the completed as well as upcoming projects have been designed by leading global architects. Contemporary architecture and styling is the way forward here. A good example is the Yin Yang project from Proxima Creations, a division of the Pashankar Group, which has created the concept of “Loungements”.

The idea is to create super-luxury homes with club-class amenities and resort-style living. Every room in the ‘loungement' is designed to offer optimum space and absolute privacy. The Yin-Yang homes are ‘smart automated', stylish and luxurious with international design.

The homes have a grand terrace that acts like a premium sky lounge with a designer water body. It has ample space for lofty sit-outs, in-house lounge bar, snooker pool and terrace garden. There is provision for ducted air-conditioners in the living and dining areas. Exclusive home automation systems offer superior ambience control. The kitchen has international design standards.

Projects like these are adding a dash of glamour to this suburb. Welcome to an international standard of living in Pune.

Published on March 23, 2011

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