Mumbai-based Grihapravesh Buildteck is developing its first housing project in the NCR comprising 500 units.
The hotel would be located in the 1,000-acre township developed by Omaxe in Sector 4B of the New Chandigarh.
The government proposes to construct 17 new airports in the country in the 12th Five-Year Plan (2012-17) period.
A leading Indian hotel firm will invest USD 150 million to develop a high end resort for well heeled tourists in Maldives.
Inorbit Malls, a subsidiary of the K Raheja Corporation, is scouting for more properties in South India even as it is working with the government for getting industry status for the mall business.
Trump has announced his companies first Indian project, a 22-storied residential twin towers in Pune having 44 luxurious single-floor condominiums.
ATS Group is a privately held company based in Noida.
Omaxe has joined hands with Intercontinental Hotel Group to manage and set up the 150-room hotel.
As part of expansion plans to reach its target of 100 hotels, Sarovar Hotels will be setting up a hotel at Bekal in Kerala's Kasaragod district, which will be operational by 2014.
This will be the Godrej Properties' first development in New Delhi and its third in NCR. The company has currently two residential projects in Gurgaon.
Oberoi Group Tuesday announced the opening of its 252-room luxury hotel in Dubai.
DLF Ltd, the country's largest listed developer, said it aims to bring down net debt to Rs 19,000 crore by June, and reduce it further to Rs 17,000 crore by end of this fiscal.
Gaur plans to construct about 15,000 apartments in affordable segment in the range of Rs 25-40 lakh.
Jain Group is planning to build affordable housing projects across four east Indian cities.
With the revival of sentiment in the property market, real estate major Unitech is investing over Rs 500 crore on developing a luxury housing project in Gurgaon.
The complex will come over a plot of around 3 acre which is under possession of the DUSIB.
The issue is expected to be launched in the second quarter of this financial year 2013-14.
These projects will be built in Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore, Gwalior and Solapur.
Out of the Rs 3,000 crore, Rs 2,000 crore will be the built up cost of the township.