Mamata Banerjee’s proposed seat change fuels hope of demand surge in real estate

by Paul Joseph on August 28, 2013 · 0 comments

KOLKATA: Leading city-based realtors like the Surekas, Mohtas of the Merlin Group and the South City consortium have put their real estate projects on either side of the Kona Expressway and National Highways 6 and 3 on fast track within days of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s announcement to move her seat of governance from Kolkata to Howrah temporarily. Most of the real estate players ET spoke to felt that relocation of the Writers’ Building to the 13-storey HRBC building in Howrah’s Mandirtala, less than 100 metres from Vidyasagar Setu, from October 1 will increase traffic movement and floating catchment of the area significantly. The shift will also give a fillip

[via India Properties – Real Estate India – Indian Property News Site]

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