The residential real estate market in Mohali and Zirakpur is just growing like anything. As the millennials are leading the housing trends in India, the new housing projects are an exciting home buying option for them on the airport road Mohali and Zirakpur.
The bigger cities in India including Bangalore, Pune, and Chennai have exclusive housing projects for co-living audience only. It gives them the right kind of community and neighborhood of likeminded people, and collectively, it boosts the residential real estate growth in the region.
The affordable rentals, world-class amenities, and changing nature of their working models means they are exploring co-living options so that the living experience meets their lifestyle, and within budget.
Designing for co-living is not about designing the conventional buildings and then finding the tenants for this model. It is also about identifying the customer sentiment, their lifestyle for financial models, privacy, and work habits. This story by moneycontrol.com shares the co-living sentiment and its future in India.
Mohali has been growing as an IT hub for a few years now. With the recent growth as a commercial and residential real estate hub in the North India, the local real estate developers in and around the airport road Mohali and Zirakpur can leverage the co-living trend to design specific housing projects. See a few residential projects in this region for more details on 3BHK 4BHK 5BHK flats, independent villa homes, and plots.
They can design it for their specific living experience, whether for car sharing, community spaces, their priorities for sustainable or green buildings, wellness areas, and so on.
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