Ludhiana: The Urban City of Punjab

Ludhiana City , July 26, 2017

From being a small village called Meer Hota in 1481 to later Lodiana and now Ludhiana, the industrial capital of Punjab is taking giant strides, when it comes to industrial development. Consequently, the city is showing a remarkable growth in the real estate sector as well.

Ludhiana has now extended its boundaries to places like Pakhowal Road, Ferozepur Road, GT Road, Canal Road, and Chandigarh Road, among others. The upsurge in the residential real estate in these areas has also given an impetus to infrastructural development making it a true urban city. Today, Ludhiana has gained equal desirability status with the poshest cities in Punjab like Chandigarh and Mohali.

Apart from the local populace, the industrial set-up attracts a sizeable chunk of youngsters from bigger cities, working on high posts in various companies in Ludhiana. They have driven the demand for residential and commercial properties and have brought with them a certain urban culture.

Many positive changes are on the cards for Ludhiana and its real estate market with apartment living as an option picking up. With growing industrial activity, the residential demand is bound to grow and this is perhaps the right time to make an investment into the future.

Here are the top reasons to invest in Ludhiana:

Huge commercial activity with manufacturing of industrial goods, machine parts, auto parts, household appliances, hosiery, apparel, and garments.

Well connected with almost all important cities of Punjab – Jalandhar, Patiala, Moga, Chandigarh, Bhatinda and other parts of the country.

Major investments pouring in various sectors, congenial business environment and upcoming developments like the International Airport of Punjab.

Adequate educational, health, and recreational setup. The biggest city of Punjab is home to some of the finest malls and modern shopping destinations.

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