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Amravati City's Leading Real Estate Portal. Start Your Search Today. Visit Now! Largest No. of Listings • Hot Property Projects • Buy-Sell-Rent Property. Find best Property in Amravati at prime location - Get full details of the Commercial & Residential property for sale in Amravati, Buy Property in Amravati Maharashtra, City's Leading Real Estate Portal. Start Your Search Today. Visit Now! Largest No. of Listings • Hot Property Project. Multistorey Apartment east facing is located at the advantageous 3rd floor in a tower of total 5 floors. 2BHK Flats for sell in Kewal Colony,Near Tulja Bhavani Mangal Karyalay, Shegaon To Rahatgaon Road.Area- 900 sq.ft,P.O. Situated at 2nd floor, 2 BHK Flats in Amravati | 11 + 2 BHK Apartments for Sale in Amravati. Amravati is the seventh-largest metro city in the Maharashtra state and also is a part of the district that goes by the same name, and falls under the Amravati division. The city is a municipal corporation, the first in India to have introduced privatization of octroi toll. The city lies near the passes of the hills that are in between the Purna and Wardha river basins, with the Pohara and Chirodi hills to its east. Earlier known as ‘Udumbravati’ or ‘Umbravati’ in Prakrit because of the abundant deviational tree Audumber trees growing in this region, the name gradually mutated to Amravati citty. Amravati was hit by drought and famine during the 14th century, which resulted in people migrating from the cit to Mumbai Pune, and subsequently a decrease in population. At the end of the 18th century, Amravati saw a period of steady growth in business and agro. Presently, the city is witnessing a lot of movement in the real estate sector due to the improvements in the infrastructure facilities in the smart city project in India. Stats and Facts The population of Amravati, as per the census report of year 2011, stands at 6,46,801 According to the same report, the sex ratio is 957 females per 1000, which is better than the national average sex ratio of 940 females per 1000 • Amravati has a literacy rate of 83.03%. • There are two lakes in Amravati, namely Chhatri Talao and Wadali Talao • The 60-m high Maltekdi hill is located at Amravati • Amravati is famous for the Ambadevi temple and its Vidharbhan style of architecture Agriculture and Agro-Based Industry Vidarbha • Amravati has six rivers flowing in its vicinity, which has resulted in best agriculture flourishing in the city which contributes majorly to Amravati’s economy. Cotton, pulses and grains are the important crops cultivated here also with red gram, green chickpea, wheat, sugarcane, oranges, green chilies, betel leaves and sweet lime • Grains occupy the maximum area of cultivation, and Sorghum is the major grain produced. With rich black soil, cotton is the cash crop cultivated abundantly. This has resulted in the Amravati district always being among the top 3 districts in Maharashtra in cotton production. Amravati is also famous for its oranges • The forests are abundant in teak and bamboo trees. The city is also the only one in Maharashtra that cultivates coffee, contributing to the economy of the city/state. • The industries set up at Amritsar are mostly agro-based because of the extensive supply of agricultural raw products. Most of these industries are ginning and milling based units. There are also power looms, yarn mills and handlooms because of the large-scale cotton production • Apart from agriculture, Amravati is known for tourism in Chikhaldara, the only hill station in the Vidharba region. Connectivity • Amravati is well connected to most of the important surrounding major cities like Nagpur, Pune, Bhopal, Raipur, Indore, Mumbai, Jabalpur, Akola, Aurangabad, Nanded, and Parbhani by road. The MSRTC -Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation - runs buses from Amravati to other major cities within and outside Maharashtra. The National Highway NH-6 passes through the city, connecting it to Surat and Kolkata. • The intra-city transport is mainly accomplished through city buses and Auto-rickshaws. The Amravati Municipal Corporation runs the city buses, connecting all the places within the city. Auto-rickshaws and cycle-rickshaws also cater to the needs of the people • Amravati has its own railway station, providing good connectivity to major cities in the region. The Amravati Railway Station lies on the Badnera branch line and is in the Nagpur-Bhusawal section along the Howrah-Nagpur-Mumbai line under the Central Railways. The city has three stations, Amravati Railway Station, Badnera Railway Station and the New Amravati Railway Station • Many trains originate from Amravati, connecting the city to Jabalpur, Nagpur, Mumbai, Surat, Wardha, Bhusaval, Tirupati, Pune and Badnera • Amravati Airport is located around 15 km from the city at Belora and is run by the MADC (Maharashtra Airport Development Company). Although the city also has a helipad facility, the city’s regular airport currently doesn’t cater to any commercial flights Amravati Civic Administration • The Amravati Municipal Corporation is responsible for governing the city, with respect to infrastructure, police and public services • It comprises members who are elected by the people • The elected members are headed by a Mayor • There is a Commissioner and Deputy Mayor who assist the Mayor in administering his responsibilities • Amravati falls under the Amravati district, which consists of 6 sub-divisions, namely Amravati, Daryapur, Achalpur, Morshi, Dharni and Chandur • The Amravati sub-division has 3 talukas which fall under it, namely Amravati, Nandgaon Khandeshwar and Bhatukali • Amravati is also a Vidhan Sabha constituency Amravati Infrastructure Amravati has come a long way from being considered as among the backward districts, which receive funds from the BRGF (Backward Regions Grant Fund) program. The city has seen a lot of growth in the recent years, with more cotton mills being set up, Amravati is slowly transforming into an industrial hub. Amravati is bettering its infrastructure facilities. New roads are being built and flyovers are being constructed in the city to improve the connectivity. The city is now more accessible to the people staying on the outskirts of Amravati. The IRDP (Integrated Road Development Program) is driving the infrastructure scene efficiently. Also with the railway routes being developed, the city is seeing major expansion and growth towards the Badnera area. More residential projects are being undertaken, apart from the primary infrastructure projects. The commercial sector is rapidly developing as well, with new shopping centers coming up. The standard of living is seen to be gradually increasing with this. Infrastructure Projects Name Of The Project Impact Areas Expected Completion Date Remarks Amravati Airport Amravati Under Development This project is estimated to cost Rs. 2.25 billion. After this project is completed, commercial flights can be scheduled to cater to the travel needs of the people. Amravati-Jalgaon Road Amravati, Jalgaon, NH-6 Under Development The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) is developing this stretch of NH-6 in order to connect the states of Gujarat and Maharashtra to eastern states like Orissa and Chhattisgarh. Talegaon-Amravati Road Talegaon, Amravati Under Development This project is a Rs. 1880-million project that has been undertaken on a BOT (Build Operate Transfer) basis. Amravati Real Estate • The real estate scene in Amravati is progressing by leaps and bounds because of the steps taken by the Amravati Municipal Corporation • With the recent industrial boom in Amravati, the demand for solid infrastructural amenities has increased exponentially, which in turn has led to an increase in the property rates within the city • More prospective buyers are showing interest in Amravati residential projects, with being undertaken at good pace Key Localities in Amravati Localities Per Sq. Ft. Price – Q3 2013 Rent Per Month For A 2 BHK Apartment in Amravathi (approx.) (Figures in 1000 rupees) Shegaon Rahatgaon Road 2,400 2 3 Camp Road 2,400-2,600 4 7 Jawahar Nagar 2,450 4.1 8.1 Badnera Road 1,500-1,700 3.5 7.5 Arjun Nagar 2,800-3,000 3 7.5 After the unbundling of the Maharashtra State Electricity Board (MSEB), 4 companies were formed and MSEDCL (Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Limited) was one of them. MSEDCL is responsible for distribution of electricity in Amravati. The power is generated from different sources like thermal, gas, hydro, solar, bagasse and wind. Hydro power of Koyna is also being used. Consumption Slab (kWh) Fixed/Demand Charge Wheeling Charge (Rs./kWh) Energy Charge (Rs./kWh) O – 100 units Rs. 40/month 1.87 0.26 1O1 – 300 units Rs. 75/month* 1.87 1.75 301 – 500 units 1.87 4.38 Above 500 units (balance units) Rs. 100/month* 1.87 5.91 Maharashtra Jeevan Pradhikaran is responsible for supplying water to the residents in Amravati. In the year 1997, the Maharashtra Water Supply and Sewerage Board was renamed to Maharashtra Jeevan Pradhikaran. Domestic Supply (Rate in Rupees / 1000 liters) Particulars Up To 15000 Liters From 15001 Liters To 20000 Liters From 20001 Liters To 25000 Liters Beyond 25001 Liters Residential (Excluding rural area on the outskirt of urban area. i.e. peripheral of sub-urban area.) 11.20 12.30 16.80 22.40 Supply to rural area (In the Rural sector where water supply is 40 lpcd.) 5.25 7.80 10.40 13.00