The 15th edition of Realty+ Conclave & Excellence Awards-2023 Gujarat, A treasure trove for all in the real-estate field. The event was held on July 6th of at one of the most prominent and hospitable Hotels- Courtyard, by Marriott, Ahmedabad.

Organized by Realty+ and supported by

Industry Partner – CREDAI Gujarat

Co Partners – Solvo Elevators, Magicrete, Nissus Finance

Housing Finance Partner – LIC Housing Finance Limited

Luxury Lifestyle Partner – Nila Spaces Limited

Automobile Partner – Driven by Mercedes Benz Landmark Cars

Event Associates – The Address, Godwitt Construction Pvt. Ltd. Totality, Enlite and Rushabh Group

CRM Partner – DaeBuild CRM

Video Partner –

PR Partner – Simulations

Business Media Partner – BW Business World

Online Media Partner –

The event brought together some of the best minds in the real-estate sector with the intention of sharing their expertise with a couple of knowledge-saturated panels, highlighting the present and future state of the real-estate sector of Gujarat. As one of the delegates attending the event, what struck out the most, was the first panel of the event discussing the topic of Gujarat Twin City: Emerging Growth Areas of Real Estate.

The key highlights from the first panel and the realistic approach of the panelists

Before we move ahead with the content of the stimulating panel, I would like to acquaint you with the panelist who are masters of their craft in their own respected fields.

We have Mr. Ravin Bhojani as the moderator with his years of expertise and innovative questions, starting the panel with his first question about the specific factors for the growth & transformation of the twin cities.

The rise of an ecosystem

The panel surrounded the idea of infrastructure (residential and commercial) being the crux of all the growth and transformation of the twin cities. We see the panelist circle around the conception of an ecosystem that has come into existence that compliments both the cities, Ahmedabad and Gandhinagar, a positive consequence of the swift rise in infrastructure resulting in the growth of the manufacturing and service sector.

Wonderfully phrased by Mr. Nirav Kothary “Services have started to come in Gujarat. There is a combination of rise in manufacturing and services sectors, a web of economic development to be precise”.

The likeness of one city rather than twin cities

The other crucial aspect that gives rise to growth and transformation

akin to the esteemed panelist, is the connection between both cities via road executing easy and faster commutes making it seem like one city instead of two. The connectivity of both cities through different routes (ring roads & riverfront) opens up the possibilities of smoother business, commute between inter cities- opening the prospects of more people residing in townships, and the rise of more weekend houses.

Challenges that should not be overlooked

The last point covered during the panel was the challenges developers and investors face and would like to improve with the collaboration of the government of Gujarat. One of the chief concerns that were highlighted by the panelist was the need for better and modern development policies, such as better policies for sooner auctions, tall building policy, better NA & deep NA policies, sustainability issues, built-to-lease instead of built-to-sell, that complement the work of developers and investors to better the infrastructure of Gujarat.

The 15th edition of Realty+ Conclave & Excellence Awards-2023 Gujarat.

To summarize the panel in a few words

To conclude what happened in the panel of the 15th edition of Realty+ Conclave & Excellence Awards-2023 Gujarat, let me explain in detail what Mr. Nirav Kothary magnificently portrays. The economy of real estate drives manufacturers, that in turn give rise to infrastructure, services, connectivity, sustainability, communities, and policies that lead to a boom in overall growth and transformation of Gujarat. The panelist conclude with remarks on the rise in investment at riverfront, the possibility of a ring road connecting Ahmedabad and Gandhinagar, and the future possibility of identifying Mumbai and Ahmedabad as twin cities and Ahmedabad and Gandhinagar as one city.