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Tollygunge vs. Behala- Which Is A Better Place To Live?

Kolkata is a wonderful city with so much to offer. So, on the off chance that you want to move into Kolkata then you will definitely love the city once you settled in here. Kolkata is arranged on the banks of Hooghly River and this stream partitions Kolkata from Howrah. More than 4.5 million individuals live here in Kolkata and its building up each day in all regard.

Kolkata: Real Estate Market

While on one side Indian real estate market faced some fluctuations and instability, Kolkata’s reality market is comparatively stable. Under the undisturbed and unvaried number of demand from the city’s and nation’s property buyers – Kolkata’s real estate market is kindling a positive rate of appreciation. The market of Kolkata has proved all real estate forecasters wrong especially those who have been stating that Indian property market is hitting rock bottom.

Currently Kolkata is the one of the few cities that is showing a leveled supply and demand chart, if not a positive one in some quarters. So if you’re planning to move to Kolkata or have just moved there, Tollygunge and Behala are among the best places to live in! On one side Tollygunge is known as the home of Tollywood, the Bengali film industry while Behala is one of the oldest residential places in Kolkata.

Tollygunge: The Iconic Tollywood And Golf Course

Located in South Kolkata, Tollygunge is probably one of the best places to live in Kolkata. Known as the home of the iconic Bengali film studios and the Golf course, this locality is well connected through roads, metro as well as local trains. Commuting from Tollygunge to rest of Kolkata is far easier than from other parts of Kolkata. Tollygunge is located in close proximity to almost all parts of South Kolkata and offers easy access to several parts of Central Kolkata as well.

Metro is one of the major, cheapest, and fastest forms of commute in the city and connects Tollygunge with pretty much all the other parts of Kolkata. The residential hubs flourishing here are mostly apartment buildings and complexes.

The South City shopping complex, one of the best shopping malls in south Kolkata, is very close to Tollygunge. This locality is also the home of many premier academic institutions like ITI Tollygunge, B.D memorial institute, the Future Foundation School etc.

Behala: A Rapidly Changing Locality

Behala is located in south west Kolkata and is one of the oldest residential localities in Kolkata. A few years back if someone was moving to Kolkata, he/she probably wouldn’t have thought of Behala. But things are changing rapidly. In the last few years there have been numerous new projects in Kolkata and Behala has gained from all these developmental projects. The latest addition is the Metro network and currently the work is going on in full swing. Once the metro network is accessible, it will be one of the best places to live in Kolkata. Right now you can use public transport or drive to any place in Kolkata from Behala.

Apart from the above mentioned places you may look for Kolkata property at the following places also:

  • Salt lake
  • Bhowanipore
  • Jadavpur
  • Ruby
  • Kasba
  • Lake Town
  • Baguihati
  • Garia

Apart from being the commercial, cultural and financial hub in Eastern India, Kolkata is also the City of Joy. The city has a lot to offer. In case you are visiting Kolkata for the first time, it would take a little while for you to get settled in but you will fall in love with the city after that.

Also Read: Area Profile of Bidhan Saraniis in Kolkata

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