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Best investment option in real estate Ahmedabad (1000times growth in investments)

Posted By: solankimayur

Date: Thu, 4 Jun 2015

Price: $5,400.00

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Sankhesawar Residential Plotting Scheme covering 54, 90,000 sq ft area. (Email id: [email protected], Contact no: 91 8485996848) {020830770MS} Shankeshwar is a Religious and Heritage Center for Jain Community. The Growth opportunity is abundant due to ever increasing investments in the form of SMES and Large Organization Honda or Suzuki to name a few. Also the emphases of Solar Energy have given a boost to the entire belt. Infrastructure have improved at a tremendous pace connecting Shankeshwar directly by Ahmedabad and Virmagam Highway, It is just 115 KM from Ahmedabad.
1. 115 km. From AHMEDABAD
2. Existing HIGHWAY (Property Highway touch)
3. Proposed Honda/ Suzuki plant.
4. 6 Lane road touch.

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