Office Space for rent in Hari Nagar, New Delhi

70,001-1 lac

COMMERCIAL BASEMENT SPACE AVAILABLE FOR RENT NEAR DDU HOSPITAL

B-232, Hari Nagar, New Delhi - 110064 (Delhi)

  • Area: 450 SqYards
  • Bathrooms: Two
  • Floor: Basement
  • Total Floors: Four
  • Facing: North
  • Furnished: Semi Furnished
  • Monthly Rent: 70,001-1 lac
  • Available: Immediate/Ready to move

Description

The 450 sq,yrds property is a 3 sided COMMERCIAL BASEMENT space with 11 ft height available very close to Hari Nagar sports complex surrouded by 3 star hotels and a lot of green belt.

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Features

  • General
    • Power Back-up
  • Lot
    • Park Facing
  • Recreation
    • Swimming Pool
    • Park
    • Club / Community Center

Location

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Locality Reviews Hari Nagar, New Delhi

Hari Nagar is centrally located between Tilak Nagar, Rajouri Garden, and Kirti Nagar. Furniture Market is just 1.5 kms from Hari Nagar. Two Metro stations are linked to Hari Nagar, one is Kirti Nagar another is Subhash Nagar. Upcoming Metro station is Mayapuri.

Pros:
  • Two Metro stations i.e Kirti Nagar & Subhash Nagar.
  • Centrally located
Posted: by Rajan Luthra

Its a well connected area and having all the facilities nearby. Nearby Jail Road Furniture Market, PVR and connected to Metro Stations. Near Main Rajouri Garden Market. No problem of electricity and water. Major hospitals are well-connected.
No negative points of Hari Nagar as such. This is the most appropriate area for Upper Middle Class Families. In spite of all the facilities and this area has not come into notification like Janakpuri & Rajouri.

Pros:
  • Well Connected and very near to Airport and Railway Station
  • Connaught Place, Gurgaon and Karol Nagh only 45 minutes
  • Main Line Metro Station from Dwarka to Noida and Yamuna Bank
Posted: by Bharat TAlreja