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1. Aralias

The end of the age of luxury in Gurgaon is neatly marked by the Aralias. This is the point where the age of ‘super luxury’ began. DLF’s flagship condominium, Aralias is the domestic equivalent of a luxury hotel. There are lobby attendants at the gates, and a 24/7 concierge service that can attend to a range of concerns the residents may want addressed – from ordering a birthday cake, to making last-minute arrangements for a party; from maintenance and housekeeping to getting someone to walk the pet. “I have lived here for around six years. And there’s no doubt that this is best place anywhere in India. My friends in Dubai, who have visited our place in Gurgaon, say that if they decide to move to India, they will live at the Aralias,” said Yogesh Agarwal, a resident.

No. of flats: 254

Occupancy rate: 87%

2. Hamilton Court

Above all, residents of Hamilton Court take pride in their community spirit. These towering condominiums are barely 15 years old, but with around 97% occupancy rate, this already a bustling community of people from various backgrounds. At times, even birthdays are celebrated as festivals here, and this, according to the RWA president Sanjay Bansal, defines the many ‘charms of living here.’

No. of flats: 265

Occupancy rate: 97%

3. The World Spa

Residents of this condominium complex call themselves the ‘Spartans’. Ashwani Singla, president of The World Spa Owners’ Association, is a long-time Spartan. “I think ours is the best community. We are all self-made professionals. The best thing about this place is its people,” he says. S K Bahari, a resident of over four years, calls this a “lively place”.

No. of flats: 367

Occupancy rate: 78%

4. Gurgaon One

The ambience within this complex is often compared to that of a high-end resort. Navneet Sahni, the president of the RWA, calls this place an ‘oasis.’ “Outside there’s chaos, and here you have the biggest greens in the whole city,” he says. Gurgaon One, Sahni adds, was ‘listed with distinction under sustainable projects’ at the Asia Pacific Real Estate Awards held in Shanghai in 2008.

No. of flats: 240

Occupancy rate: 75%

5. Raheja Atlantis

Rajesh Madan, executive director of a pharma firm, lived for 40 years in Delhi. In May 2010, when he chose to experience the condominium life in Gurgaon, he decided to move in at Raheja Atlantis. “After having spent a long time in Delhi, this was a welcome relief. Now I don’t want to go back. People are reluctant to move to Gurgaon because of water and power issues, but here there’s no such trouble,” he says.

No. of flats: 268

Occupancy rate: 80-90%


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