Amenities, area, Baloch Colony Flyover, boundaries, city centre, commercial areas, Dadabhoy Town, Dunkin’ Donuts, eateries, educational institutions, electricity, Food Centre, gas, Hill Park, Karachi’s oldest residential areas, KFC, Korangi Causeway, Korangi Muslim Town, Lal Qila, mosques and parks, Muhammad Shafi Jakvani, PAF Chapter, PAF Housing Scheme, PAF Museum, plot sizes, prices, recreational avenues, sewerage, Shaheed-e-Millat Expressway, Shaheed-e-Millat Road, Shahrah-e-Faisal, telephones, The City School, utilities, water
Overview: Dadabhoy Town, located near the Shaheed-e-Millat Expressway and the PAF Housing Scheme is one of the Karachi’s oldest residential areas, although it is not very well known.
What is nearby: Baloch Colony Flyover, Shaheed-e-Millat Road and Shahrah-e-Faisal are a five-minute drive away.
Boundaries: The City School, PAF Chapter (north), PAF Housing Scheme (east), Korangi Muslim Town (south) and Korangi Causeway (west).
Total area: Approximately 30 acres.
Available plot sizes: 200 and 400 square yards.
Available utilities include: Electricity, gas, sewerage, telephones and water.
Nearby amenities include: Commercial areas, educational institutions, eateries, mosques and parks.
Nearby recreational avenues include: City Centre, Hill Park and PAF Museum.
Nearby eateries include: Dunkin’ Donuts, Food Centre, KFC and Lal Qila.
The prices of residential property (in rupees) in Dadabhoy Town are as follows:
|Plot sizes||Purchase price ranges|
|200||4-9 million||8-12 million|
|400||8-18 million||12-14.5 million|
|Plot sizes||Monthly rental ranges|
– Muhammad Shafi Jakvani
The writer is CEO, DHAToday.com.
First published in the Real Estate Section of The DAWN National Weekend Advertiser on February 3, 2013.