The Rs. 1.10-lakh cr project to be completed by August 2022
The proposed network is estimated to do well in terms of housing demand and investment potential. With time, a lot of real estate activities across the proposed corridor would take place. With infrastructure and connectivity receiving a boost with this development, the neighbouring destinations are expected to be developed and become more livable subsequently creating impact on property prices.
With proposed 12 stations, the project will usher in a new age of growth in outlying suburbs of Mumbai such as Boisar. It is expected to spur the local economy and boost job creation via domestic industries. In turn, affecting the demand for housing and allied services. In addition, there will be increased development of social and lifestyle enhancing infrastructure and amenities.
Eight out of twelve stations are located in Gujarat, including Vadodara and Surat. Already these destinations are touted to emerge as the next hotspots for investments. Once the construction of the corridor is complete, builders and financers will look at the potential of the stretch for realty expansion.
“Countries such as China have seen a spurt in property rates along the bullet train corridors and we expect this to mirror in Mumbai too. The real estate prices on the Mumbai-Ahmedabad corridor, on the route of the high-speed train, are also expected to rise,” said Mr. Anubhav Aggarwal, Managing Director of RNA Corp (Mumbai).
On September 14, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi of Chinese premier Shinzo Abe laid the foundation stone for the Mumbai-Ahmedabad High Speed Railway Project (MAHSR).
The project estimated to cost about Rs. 1.10-lakh crore, of which Rs. 88,000 crores will be funded through a soft loan by Japan. The completion deadline earlier estimated as December 2023, is also likely to be advanced to August 2022.
The Mumbai-Ahmedabad Bullet train is an ambitious project proposed by Indian Prime Minister connecting the two cities. The boost to realty market will follow the development of infrastructure along the corridor.