Life after the urbanization of the cities and neighborhoods rarely blend comfortable living with the rejuvenation of the senses. Luxury and premium are defined by specifications and opulence; rarely by lifestyle. The majority of real estate trends come into existence owning to the constant demand for better residential spaces, formulating entirely new types of housing.
After the pandemic, housing demand has shifted to low-density residences particularly in metropolitan cities like Gurgaon, Bangalore, Pune, etc. These spacious homes are suitable for remote work and family recreation. Low-density housing means less crowding, more privacy. It also means fewer vehicles, more open spaces, and an environment that’s much, much cleaner and healthier.
What exactly is Low-Density Housing?
This term describes the type of housing with a very low number of housing units on any residential block or less number of families per acre in a housing community. Exclusivity is the word that best describes low-density living. It implies that not many people will get to be residents of the housing community. A sense of spaciousness and non-intrusiveness pervades the whole project. The requirement or desire for low-density homes comes from the fact the buyers are looking for a balance between the lifestyle of a metropolitan city and that of a small town.
Why do buyers desire Low-Density Housing?
Given that the metropolitan cities are getting denser, homebuyers are shifting to low-density homes for a serene and peaceful living environment with more space. They can enjoy privacy while living in a close-knit community of like-minded people. A low population density means a greater share of amenities and open spaces per resident. Even the shared areas like elevators and lift lobbies feel much less ‘public’. With a few residences, even the roads remain free from congestion.
What is the difficulty faced, living in a high-density region?
In a rushed environment like that of a metropolitan city, it is almost impossible to seek peace and replenish the drained energy levels, which should be an essential part of your routine. But the lack of privacy and space can obstruct this.
This is one of the reasons many choose to go out on weekend getaways to find such privacy and solace.
We’re glad to express that this will no longer be necessary as the emerging low-density housing projects offer exactly that within the metropolitan city.
A prime exemplar for low density living – New Gurgaon
New Gurgaon refers to the millennium city’s new sectors 82 – 115 between NH 8 and Dwarka Expressway (NH 248BB). The reason for calling it “New Gurgaon” is simply because it is much better planned than Gurgaon in terms of infrastructure, amenities, residences, etc.
An average condominium in the city of Gurgaon consists of around 65 units per acre, whereas some of the projects in New Gurgaon offer much lower density. One of Vatika’s lowest density projects is a prime example of this.
With just 35 units of housing per acre and affordable prices, Sovereign Next situated in Sector 82A, Gurgaon, is ideal for urban elite buyers who intend to live an exclusive lifestyle within a low-density area combined with the rapidness of the millennial city of Gurgaon. With only two apartments per floor, the lift lobby too seems like an almost private space. The apartments themselves are quite large and spacious, and the design emphasizes this.
Low Density Housing – A Fulfilling Investment
The concept of home is also considered as family wealth. Low-Density Housing Societies not only offer a fulfilling lifestyle but are an ideal investment too.
The question is – Will you be able to grab this opportunity before someone else does?
Check out Sovereign Next in Sector 82A, before it’s too late: https://www.vatikacollections.com/homes-future-ready/gurgaon/sovereign-next/