AH Real Estate Marketing’s Park View City is a CDA-approved, attractive residential project in Islamabad’s Zone IV. The housing society features a 400-foot-wide Main Boulevard that provides direct access from the highway; moreover, access is available via Kurri Road and Banigala. Investors like this house project because of the gorgeous vistas and high-end amenities.

It is designed to be the ideal location for families who want to live in a safe, family-friendly neighborhood with a futuristic vision and breathtaking views.

Owners and Developers of Park View City:

Park View City, designed by AH Real Estate Marketing with modern architecture and technology, has become one of Islamabad’s most sought-after housing societies. Aleem Khan, a senior and active member of PTI, owns AH Real Estate Marketing. This is AH Real Estate Marketing’s first project in Islamabad.

Group Vision:

The AH Real Estate Marketing was created in 2012 and has since completed a number of ground-breaking real estate projects. In less than a decade, AH Real Estate Marketing has dominated the Pakistani real estate market and established itself as one of the region’s most trusted and trustworthy development companies.

Park View by AH Real Estate Marketing is a project that aspires to be one of the most flamboyant housing developments in the area.

Through diverse building and urban landscape initiatives in cosmopolitan locations, the business aspires to provide opulent living. The aspects of AH Real Estate Marketing’s projects include attractive aesthetics and modern practicality, making for convenient and luxurious living.

AH Real Estate Marketing Projects:

The AH Real Estate Marketing completed several successful projects, including architectural marvels, in Pakistan’s major cities. The following is a list of AH Real Estate Marketing’s outstanding projects:

 

  • Abdul Aleem Khan Foundation is a non-profit organization founded by Abdul Aleem
  • PARK View Icon is a landmark in Karachi’s I.I. Chundrigar Road.
  • Islamabad’s Park View City
  • Lahore’s PARK View Corporate Center is located on Mall Road.
  • Gulberg-Lahore Park View Signature Apartments
  • The National School is a public institution in the United States.
  • Villas with a view of the park on Multan Road in Lahore

NOC: Park View City

Park View City Islamabad’s No Objection Certificate (NOC) will be authorized by the Capital Development Authority (CDA) soon, and developers are working hard to have the project approved. For every housing society, becoming legal is critical since it grants the society the status of a legal and sanctioned residential area.

Map of Park View City Islamabad:

Park View City is beautifully placed adjacent Bahria Enclave, only 15 minutes from Serena Hotel Islamabad, 5 minutes from Bahria Enclave and Bani Gala, and a 1-minute walk from the lush green botanical Garden, as shown on the map.

It’s an 8-kilometer trip from Chak Shahzad through the Park Road and the Kuri Road, as well as the Kashmir Highway, Lehtrar Road, and Islamabad Highway.

Roads of Access:

Park View City Islamabad is accessible by main Jinnah Avenue from Malot Road or the 200-foot-wide main access road that CDA has provided to the society straight from Kurri Road.

Conclusion:

The whole picture of society is breathtaking, and Park View will be one of Islamabad’s best social orders following its successful implementation. All things considered, Park View appears to be a promising investment prospect for both investors and residents.

As Park View City has received CDA clearance, several banks, such as Silk Bank and Bank Al-Falah, are offering home financing plans for investors wishing to get home loans on reasonable terms. We would encourage you to take advantage of this chance and secure a secure spot in an amazing new project.

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