Bhiwadi: The next boom town
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Bhiwadi, is strategically located between Delhi, Gurgaon and Jaipur now enjoys the status of a Regional Centre or Priority Town of the National Capital Region (NCR), and has been able to create a niche for itself among the fast growing cities of India.
For developers and small investors in real estate, it has already become a destination of choice.
Bhiwadi, in Rajasthan's Alwar district, is a fast modernising town with all facilities available. Numerous industries have come up in the surrounding regions such as Bhiwadi-Neemrana, Dharuhera, Tapukhera, Khushkhera, Chopanki, Bawal, etc.
Spread over nearly 5,300 acres, there are around 2,700 big, medium and small scale industries operating in this town. They include industries such as steel, furnace, electronics, engineering, textiles, pharmaceuticals, printing, cables, rolling mills, food processing, herbal care, etc.
The reason for growth of the town is its connectivity with various highways. Bhiwadi is located 55 km from Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport, 200 km from the state capital Jaipur, 90 km from Alwar, 40 km from Gurgaon, 60 km from Faridabad and 5 km from NH-8 (Delhi-Jaipur highway) on the Dharuhera-Sohna Road.
Bhiwadi is leveraging on its locational advantage. Industrialists from Delhi and also from Punjab and other parts of India have set up base here. The Rajasthan Housing Board has been active in the industrial town. The location is settled with basic amenities such as piped water supply, schools, transportation, hospitals, telecom networks, banks etc.
The major attraction of this area is Tapukara industrial area which is located on the Bhiwadi-Alwar road. The road has the status of a national highway, called NH-71B.
Developers have acquired land on both sides of this road and have launched projects with plotted developments and group housing. The availability of plots is comparatively less in Bhiwadi as compared to apartments and independent floors.