Gulberg Islamabad Pacing Towards Project Completion in Record Time

Gulberg Islamabad is a project attracting thousands of investors across Pakistan due to ideal location, development standards, strong background, effective marketing and above all the pace of development work in Gulberg Greens and Gulberg Residencia.
By: Manahil Estate
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan - Nov. 2, 2014 - PRLog -- Gulberg is a landmark project of Intelligence Bureau Cooperative Housing Scheme which is a welfare organization set up in order to provide shelter to the serving and retired IB employees.

Gulberg Islamabad is the most attractive project for investment today due to its prime location on main Islamabad Highway, and its current prices which have high potential to rise in a short period of time.

UPDL is the development consultant firm which is responsible for development work of both Greens and Residencia. The pace of development work is amazing as whenever you visit Gulberg, you will find hundreds of labor and machinery working at various locations.

Gulberg has managed to complete more than 75% development work in record time including completion of Quaid-e-Azam bridge. Another bridge in its D block is currently under construction, which is called Javed Noor Bridge.

If you have not been able to visit Gulberg yet, you can check latest pictures of Gulberg Greens and Residencia at the following link:

According to marketing sources at Gulberg, the second bridge is going to be completed within next few months, and the Gulberg Expressway, which is the main access road linking Gulberg Greens with Gulberg Residencia, will be completed in the next few months too.

As per Manahil Estate, this is the high time to invest some money in Gulberg Islamabad (, as this project seems to have high potential to render good return in near future.

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