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Located on the west bank of the River Indus, Sukkur is Sindh’s third largest city and an important commercial hub. Retail spaces are limited and in high demand; purchase prices and rental rates appreciate by 20 to 25% every year.
Here are Sukkur’s top three commercial areas that are attracting investment from across Pakistan:
Sarafa Bazaar: Located along Sarafa Bazaar Road, Sarafa Bazaar is best known for its myriad jewellery shops, making it Sukker’s largest ‘gold market’. Shops selling fabric, stationery and handicrafts are located there as well as well-known eateries such as Golden Chicken Restaurant and Kashmir Ice Cream Corner. Commercial property options include standalone shops and retail space in low-rise buildings; parking space is limited.