Living in a city surrounded by lush greenery comprising 30 lakh trees and plants and getting organic food, fruits, eggs and vegetables from its own farms can be a dream come true. And it is coming up at NH-8 between Manesar in Gurgaon and the latest industrial hub Bawal.
You get the best of both the worlds. You live in a city with a “worldclass eco-friendly, self sustainable, energy efficient, master-planned community and green development.” The location is “surrounded by seven mega-satellite towns — Bawal, Tapukra, Khushkhera, Bhiwadi, Neemrana, Shahjahanpur and Behror.
”The green city will have all the amenities and luxuries you can dream of. According to Falcon Reality, the developers, the amenities planned range from “retail space to a golf course; residential space to community grounds and extensive infrastructure for health services, knowledge parks, hotels, cultural parks, among others.”
The green city is just 45-minutes signal free drive from the IGI Airport and within the NCR.. It is half-an hour drive from Reliance SEZ at Manesar and only 10 minutes from Honda Car Plant. Japan External Trade Organization—JETRO and RICCO are also actively engaged in real estate development in this area, which can bring in foreign investors here.
Falcon Reality promises a “world-class infrastructure and a conducive environment that allows you to breathe, walk, work, shop, dream, enjoy, learn, live, and invest.” The city will be secured with gates on all sides. The internal roads will be 80 feet wide.
The low-density housing campus will be overgrown with 30 oxygen generating lakh trees and plants.According to Bhim Yadav, the chief executive,the city will grow its own organic and healthy food, fruits, eggs and vegetables in its farms for the residents.
It will have CNG gas run air-conditioned, 60 seat busses that will provide shuttle service with Metro stations and airports for all residents and visitors. Effort will be made to discourge the residents from using cars to reduce carbon emiisions, save the petrol and preserve the environment.
The city is being designed by a team of 20 Mauritian architects from Teelock Associates Ltd.