This is how they have described it.
“Impress your senses. Indulge in 6.2 acres of architecture that’s much ahead of its time. A spectacular project steadily rising into the Islamabad skies. ” Decide for yourself.
Looks stunning. Can’t wait for it to be ready!
ISLAMABAD: Unenthusiastic response to Park Enclave has forced the Capital Development Authority (CDA) to extend the deadline to apply. People will be able to book a plot until August 10, instead of July 30, as previously advertised.
Official sources in the CDA told The Express Tribune that the dismal response was contrary to the expectations of the city managers; CDA offered 700 plots in the first phase but received very few applications.
They termed Bahria Enclave, a competing housing scheme that undercuts Park Enclave by offering plots at half the price, as one of the main reason for the scheme’s failure. CDA has priced a one kanal plot in the housing scheme at Rs12 million. In contrast, Bahria Enclave offers plots of multiple sizes, the smallest of which, 5 marlas, cost as low as Rs1.6 million. Continue reading