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New Gurugram’s Largest Big Bazaar to come up in Vatika Township

Vatika Group, a leading developer in NCR has signed approx 80,000 Sq ft area with Big Bazaar the well-known country-wide retail chain of hypermarkets, department stores, and grocery stores, to open the largest and first standalone store in New Gurugram at Sector 82, Vatika India Next – the 546-acre modern integrated township. The building will be ready in the next 14 months.

We are happy to partner with Big Bazaar. We have always focused on making the daily lives of the residents in our townships a delightful experience. This will further add to the convenience and ensure the residents of the township and nearby areas experience a world-class shopping experience”, said Gaurav Bhalla, MD, Vatika Group.

With this Vatika India, the Next township in New Gurugram.New Gurugram is set to become the new shopping destination in Gurugram. Spread across in Sectors 81, 82, 82A, 83, 84 and 85, Vatika INXT Township has a variety of residential options and is also surrounded by various other residential developments.

Over 1,00,000 residents currently live in and around INXT. This standalone Ground+2 storey retail store will be in addition to the already existing social infrastructure in the township including schools, police posts, post office, clubs, gyms, parks, sports facilities and more. More than 500 plus retail stores are already operational. Many other brands have also signed up.

This retail store will cater to a population of 5 lakh in the future. The project will attract an investment of more than Rs 72 crore and will be constructed on the ‘build to suit’ model.This story is provided by NewsVoir. ANI will not be responsible in any way for the content of this article.

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Govt. Nod To Old City Metro, Route To Link Huda City Centre to Sector 23 Gurugram

The Haryana government has approved a 16-km-long metro route that will connect Huda City Centre, currently the terminal station on the DMRC’s Yellow line, with old Gurugram. To start with, the metro tracks will be laid up to Sector 23. But eventually, the services are likely to be extended up to Dwarka. As per the approved plan, the new metro line will start at Huda City Centre, crosses the NH-8 at Hero Honda Chowk via Subhash Chowk, andgo up to Gurugram railway station through sectors 9 and 5.

Then, it will head towards Sheetla Mata temple, Old Delhi-Gurugram Road and culminate at Sector 23. There will be as many as 19 stations along the route, connecting most of important locations in the old city. GMDA chief executive officer V Umashankar said the project would be jointly implemented by the development authority and Haryana Mass Rapid Transport Corporation Limited (HMRTC). The detailed project report for the Rs1,785-crore metro route isexpected to be ready by November end, he added.

“The detailed project report will have all engineering aspects. Once it is ready, we will start work on issuing tender. As of now,we have not identified the exact locations for proposed stations, which would be decided after taking into account land requirement and acquisition feasibility on sites,” Umashankar clarified Last year, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) had submitted reports suggesting two alternatives — one a 12km route from Huda City Centre, to Gurugram railway station and the other a full-length corridor right up to Dwarka Sector 21, where DMRC’s Blue and Airport Express lines converge.
The second proposed route was a 27km route, which just like the approved one, was to start at Huda City Centre and go up to Dwarka via Hero Honda Chowk and the railway station.
Earlier this year, the government decided to go ahead with the first option, which was modified further to extend the services till Sector 23. Sources said GMDA had suggested that the proposed route be tweaked a little to avoid crossing the railway tracks at Palam Viharm. Crossing the railway tracks would require permission from the railways, which it felt, would be a timeconsuming process that might delay or derail the entire project. In a later stage, the route will be extended till Dwarka, providing a convenient commuting option to Gurugram residents going to the IGI airport.
Sources also revealed that the state government was also planning to connect Gurugram and Faridabad via another metro route. However, the project is still at a nascent stage.