Vrindavan and Mathura have always been favorite places for people to visit. However, one cannot deny the amount of difficulty experienced in actually getting there. This problem was solved by the inauguration of the Yamuna Expressway. Thanks to this expressway, commuting to Vrindavan has become really easy. Now that people do not hesitate to take a trip to Vrindavan, real estate has also started booming in and around the city. Lower commuting time and a comfortable drive on the six lane expressway means that more and more customers are regarding Vrindavan as a site for their second home. For devout people this is a real treat. What better than to escape to the city of temples for a quiet weekend?
About a dozen residential projections are in the construction phase right now, many of them slated to become integrated townships. ‘Krishnabhumi’ happens to be one of those projects. Though to only call Krishnabhumi a residential project would be understating the entire idea by a large margin. When completed, Krishnabhumi will not be just a housing project, but home to a 700 feet tall Krishna mandir and a Krishna leela theme park.
Majority of the buyers are found to be from Delhi and the NCR region. People from Uttar Pradesh have also shown a considerable amount of interest. Non residential Indians are also a part of this make-up but they constitute only about 15-20% of the total number of buyers. It cannot be denied that the real estate market is booming. Infinity group has realized this and invested 1000 crores in Krishnabhumi. The project will have villas and apartments.