Bavdhan-An Upcoming Suburb

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Nestled in Sahyadri hills, Pune is a metropolis with pleasant climate and good infrastructure, offering quality lifestyle for all — from young and old to homemakers and office goers to entrepreneurs.
With several IT majors and multinational corporations setting up offices in the bustling city, Pune has been witnessing a rapid inward migration of working population.
And due to its growing popularity as a tech hub with favourable neighbourhoods and localities, Pune has been ranked 12th in the City Momentum Index globally.
Among one of the areas that boast of excellent civic amenities as well as great connectivity to the other parts of Pune is Bavdhan.
One of the oldest localities in the vicinity of the throbbing metropolis, Bavdhan has become a premier area within the suburbs of the city, and is swiftly transitioning into an even more exciting address to reside in.
It is situated in close proximity to offices of various corporate houses. Offices of Calsoft, Oracle and Cummins India are also in the vicinity.
Then there are reputed education institutions like St. Joseph High School, St. Vincent’s High School,
Hutchings, Ryan International, Sri Chaitanya Techno School and Sanskruti School and a number of reputed medical facilities such as Opel, Chellaram, Tirupati and Sahyadri Hospitals.
For entertainment and shopping too there are a number of buzzing destinations including Aditya Shagun Mall, City Pride Kothrud and Oxford Golf Resort.
Bavdhan is well connected by road, rail and air: The Satara Road; Mumbai-Bangalore Highway; the Mumbai-Pune expressway that goes through Bavdhan; Kothrud bus terminal; and Pune airport is just half-an-hour away.
Last month, the state government approved 170-km Pune Ring Road project and appointed Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation for execution. The proposed road will divert vehicles coming from Mumbai, Nashik, Aurangabad, Hyderabad and Bengaluru, thereby decongesting the roads.
Another recent decision with respect to infrastructure has been to extend Pune metro line from Vanaz to Chandni Chowk, which is three minutes away from Bavdhan. This will further ease the commute from Bavdhan to various areas of Pune. Once the metro line is ready, residents will comfortably get to commute to distant corners of Pune including Kalyani Nagar, Ramwadi, Swargate and Pimpri-Chinchwad.
These factors are driving the demand for residential apartments in Bavdhan. And for homebuyers looking at this upscale and much-in-demand locality, Puraniks Abitante Fiore is a suitable choice, with has everything to offer. The project has an orchard, butterfly park, among multiple other green amenities.
Bavdhan and Puraniks Abitante Fiore in particular have among the lowest air pollution. Independent agencies who have regularly been tracking pollution levels at Bavdhan also have concluded that the average Air Quality Index is “Good” across multiple parameters. For example, the average fine particulate matter during the day has been recorded at 29.8 μg/m3. Likewise, carbon monoxide too was recorded at an average of 0.6 μg/m3, which proves that the air quality is Good for the people to live.
Considering the price trends in Bavdhan in tandem with the rising demand, the vicinity is also a good choice for investment purposes, promising attractive appreciation in property rates, as well as to spend a healthy life.
The report titled ‘JLL’s Tour of India’s top Residential Hotspots – Pune Edition’ released in December 2019 pegs the value of properties in Bavdhan between Rs 5,458 per square feet and Rs 8,063 per sq ft.