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New flyover eases traffic and builders' woes in Kolkata's southern part

New flyover eases traffic and builders' woes in Kolkata's southern part

India Blooms News Service | | 28 Feb 2016, 12:08 pm
Kolkata, Feb 28 (IBNS) Opening of the Kamalgachhi (Kamalgazi) flyover along the southern end of Kolkata’s Eastern Metropolitan Bypass, and easing of the traffic jam along its meeting point with the busy Netaji Subhas Road, has not only made commuters heave a sigh of relief but also boosted the hopes of realty firms with upcoming properties along the way.
Connectivity and availability of basic amenities such as markets, schools and colleges, and medical and transport facilities is one of the key concerns of any home buyer believes Primarc, a leading realty firm of Kolkata.
 
Primarc, along with Srijan Realty and Riya Group, is developing a state-of-the-art residential complex the along the EM Bypass, along the southern end, called Southwinds.
 
Spread over an area of 630 cottahs, Southwinds consists of 1,323 apartments in 10 blocks with G +11 floors.
 
The property has mandatory and other requirements in place, according to Primarc’s website—main gate with security room, surveillance system, adequate fire-fighting and prevention systems as per norms and recommendations of West Bengal Fire Fighting Services, 24 hrs filtered water supply, water and sewage treatment facility, to name a few. 
 
But what makes Southwinds attractive is its efforts to fulfil its promising tag line, ‘live more’ by implementing lots of greenery and environment-friendly measures in its plan.
 
The complex will have 25% landscape (of which 50% will have plants with draught surviving capabilities) and 65% open space. 
 
Besides a landscaped garden with an ‘adda’ zone, there is a water body of nearly one acre; a walking track near the water body will be an added attraction.
 
There will be rain-water harvesting.
 
Windows have been designed to optimise use of daylight so that along with the use of energy-conserving electrical appliances, Southwinds will not only help in energy conservation but also help residents lower their electricity bills.
 
The Indian Green Building Council has also awarded Primarc a ‘silver’ rating for the construction of Southwinds. 
 
Interestingly, with the financial year coming to a close, many people will be looking for good investment opportunities.
 
With the tax exemptions available on home loans, investing in realty is a good option.
 
Besides, Southwinds is also offering a discount to buyers up to end of March, 2016.