Integrated townships are high in demand and are found in the outskirts of busy metropolitan cities. The reason for such preference is because of the multifold benefits that they provide to home seekers.
1.Abundance of Greenery
A standard feature is to have open green lands around the residence. In an integratedtownship, these green open spaces will allow for community-based rainwater harvesting, ground-water harvesting, as well as the ability to generate sustainable solar energy.
The format of the future, integrated townships are more than just a lifestyle trend. Integrated townships are often referred to as, “A City Within A City” and justifiably so, addressing all the basic needs like education, healthcare, shopping, and more.
The real estate industry is taking a new shape, challenging the status quo with innovation on each step that every consumer should be familiar with, to stay up to date with the market trends.
Vatika India Next is a prime case in point. Spanning hundreds of acres, it has a mix of plots, villas, independent floors, group housings, office/ retail spaces, cinemas, schools, healthcare, police stations, parks, clubs, community spaces, post office and all other facilities that are there in developed urban centers.
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.