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DLF Riverside
2, 3 & 4 BHK Flats
1315 Sq.ft To 6229 Sq.ft Super Built-up Area
On Request
DLF Group
Investor / Resale Options Available
+91 98205 75619

DLF Riverside is one of the super luxury apartment developed by DLF Group. The residential development is located in Kochi. The project offers 3BHK and 4BHK flats at very competitive and affordable price. It is well planned and is built with all modern amenities. Location:- Vytilla is a prominent...

Prestige Hillside Gateway
2 BHK Apartments Apartments
1189 Sq.ft To 1401 Sq.ft Built-up Area
59.41 Lacs Onwards
Prestige Group
Investor / Resale Options Available
+91 97690 25551

Prestige Hillside Gateway, located in Kochi, is a residential development of Prestige Group. It offers spacious and skillfully designed 2BHK Apartments with starting area from 1189 Sq.ft To 1401 Sq.ft Built-up Area as affordable cost. The project is well prepared with all the basic features to accom...

Marina One
Marine Drive
3 BHK + Study & 4 BHK Apartments Apart
2296 Sq.ft To 3710 Sq.ft Built-Up Area
2.09 Cr Onwards
Sobha Developers
Investor / Resale Options Available
+91 98205 75619

Marina One is a premium joint venture development of Puravankara and Sobha, a luxurious and prestigious residential development having 3 BHK + Study & 4 BHK Apartments with starting area from 2296 Sq.ft To 3710 Sq.ft Built-Up Area as affordable value. Location: Marine Drive is among the most b...

Purva Eternity
3 BHK Apartments Flats
1595 Sq.ft To 1643 Sq.ft
71.47 Lacs Onwards
Puravankara Group
Investor / Resale Options Available
+91 98205 75619

Purva Eternity is a housing project designed by the famous Puravankara Projects, located in Kochi. It offers spaciously designed 3 BHK residential apartments with starting area from 1595 Sq.ft To 1643 Sq.ft and furnished with all the latest amenities.Prices in Purva Eternity starts from 71.47 Lacs O...

Puravankara Marina one
3 BHK & 4 BHK Flats
2482 sq.ft To 3710 sq.ft
1.98 Cr Onwards
Puravankara Group
Investor / Resale Options Available
+91 98205 75619

Puravankara Marina one is a pre launch property with the joint venture of Sobha Developers Ltd. Purva Marina One is the waterside ultra high-class project in Kochi. Marina One will build in 16.7 acres land parcel. the overall project will have approx . 1100 apartments. and 12 Towers.Apart from this,...

Sobha Isle
3 BHK & 4 BHK Flats
1842 Sq.ft To 3013 Sq.ft
Rs 1.33 Cr Onwards
Sobha Developers
Investor / Resale Options Available
+91 98197 02366

Sobha Developers proudly presents one of its kind project called "Sobha Isle" which not only comes with an opportunity to buy the most affordable Home but also one will get to enjoy the most luxurious lifestyle out here. Right from the peaceful location, Amenities for entertainment, High end specifi...

Aratt Williams Manor
3 BHK Super Deluxe Apartments Flats
1670 Sq.ft To 1686 Sq.ft
Rs 70.14 Lacs Onwards
Arattukulam Developers (Aratt Homes)
Investor / Resale Options Available
+91 98205 75619

Aratt Homes is now offering last few options left in of their most demanded residential project called "Aratt Williams Manor". This property is surrounded by whole lot of facilities as it is situated at Jawahar Nagar, Kadavanthara, Kochi. Its a damn good project which comes with a perfect blend of r...

Hoysala Dzire
2 BHK & 3 BHK Flats
828 Sq.ft To 1381 Sq.ft
Rs 27 Lacs Onwards
Hoysala Projects
Investor / Resale Options Available
+91 98205 75619


Hoysala Royal Heights
Thoppil Junction
2 BHK, 3 BHK Flats
835 Sq.ft To 2250 Sq.ft
Rs 28 Lacs Onwards
Hoysala Projects
Investor / Resale Options Available
+91 98205 75619

Hoysala Projects has a new launch residential building called Hoysala Royal Heights at Pipeline Road, Edappally, Kochi. Its a development by Hoysala Projects India Pvt Ltd. Plan of construction is to build 2 Towers of 13 Floors Each having options of 2 BHK, 3 BHK & 4 BHK luxurious flats. Each wi...

Hoysala EVM
1 BHK, 2 BHK, 2.5 BHK & 3 BHK Flats
679 Sq.ft To 1512 Sq.ft
Rs 25 Lacs Onwards
Hoysala Projects
Investor / Resale Options Available
+91 98205 75619

Hoysala EVM Residential project located at Infopark, Kakkand, Kochi. This property is under construction which is developed by Hoysala projects India PVT. LTD. The construction work is in full swing and expected to be delivered around in December 2015. The project is thoughtfully planned to be built...

Read More About Kochi & it's Real Estate Property Market

  • Kochi, also known as Cochin, is a major port city on the south west coast of India in the state of Kerala.
  • It is often referred to as Ernakulam, which refers to the mainland part of the city.
  • It is the second largest city in Kerala and forms part of an extended metropolitan region, which is the largest urban agglomeration in the state.
  • Kochi is classified as a Tier II city by the central government.
  • The city is governed by the Cochin Municipal Corporation and the agencies that govern its development are the Greater Cochin Development Authority (GCDA) and the Goshree Islands Development Authority (GIDA).
  • It was earlier known as the Queen of the Arabian Sea and served as an important spice trading center on the country’s west coast from the 14th century.
  • It was occupied by the Portuguese Empire in 1503 and became the first European colony in colonial India.
  • It remained the main seat of Portuguese India until 1530. The city was later occupied by the Dutch and the British.
  • In 1947, when India gained independence from the British colonial rule, Cochin was the first princely state to join the Indian Union willingly.
  • Kochi ranks first in the total number of international and domestic tourist arrivals in Kerala.
  • Kochi was one of the 28 Indian cities found to be among the emerging 440 global cities that will contribute 50% of the world GDP by the year 2025, in a study done by McKinsey Global Institute.
  • Kochi is the home to Southern Naval Command of the Indian Navy and the state headquarters of the Indian Coast Guard with an attached air squadron, named Air Squadron 747.


  • Chinese Fishing Nets: The Chinese Fishing Nets, undoubtedly Kochi's most recognizable sight, have been there since the 14th century and are remarkably still in use today. Local fisherman will show you how they're operated in return for a small fee.
  • Jew Town: The aromatic Jew Town is the center of spice trade in Kochi and the air is filled with the heady waft of ground spices. Spend some time wandering through the streets and lanes, exploring antique stores or simply clicking pictures of this quaint neighborhood.
  • Mattancherry: Another old neighborhood full of colonial buildings, the main attraction here is the Mattancherry Dutch Palace, built by the Portuguese and presented to the Raja of Kochi in 1555. The palace was later renovated by the Dutch in 1663.
  • St Francis Church: This landmark church in Fort Kochi is believed to be the oldest European-built church in India. However, it's most famous for being the first burial site of the famous explorer Vasco de Gama, who died in Kochi in 1524.
  • Princess Street: This bustling street is the place to be for its selection of many cafes, restaurants, bookstores, tea shops, art galleries, and souvenirs. It's one of the oldest streets in Fort Kochi and has become the main tourist strip.
  • Kerala Folklore and Museum: Opened in 2009, the Museum's three floors are packed with artifacts that showcase the state's heritage. Its architecture is magnificent with its entrance made from the remnants of a temple and wooden carvings.
  • Vypeen Island:  If you feel like going for a boat ride, take the ferry from Fort Kochi out to Vypeen Island, around four kilometers off the coast. The main attraction there is Cherai beach, on the northern tip.


  • Kochi is located on the southwest coast of India at 9°58′N 76°13′E, spanning an area of 94.88 square kilometers (36.63 square miles).
  • The city straddles the backwaters, encompassing the northern end of a peninsula, several islands and a portion of the mainland.
  • To its west lies the Laccadive Sea, and to the east is the urbanized region in the rest of the mainland area. Most of Kochi lies at sea level, which boasts of a coastline of approx 48 km.
  • As of 2011, the city of Kochi has Kerala's highest population density parameter with 6340 people per km while its metropolitan area population stood at 2,117,990.
  • The city’s female-to-male ratio is 1,028:1,000, significantly higher than the all-India average of 933:1,000.
  • Kochi's literacy rate is approx 97.5 percent.
  • Hinduism, Christianity, Islam, Jainism, Judaism, Sikhism and Buddhism are some of the major religions followed here.
  • Approx 47 percent of its population consist of Hindus, while Christians account for about 35 percent making it a city with one of the highest Christian population in the country.
  • Significant ethnic minority communities here include: Tamils, Gujaratis, Jews, Anglo-Indians, Sikhs, Konkanis and Tulus.
  • Malayalam is the main language of communication and medium of instruction for primary education, although a number of schools do offer English medium education.
  • Higher education here is invariably in English medium and it is the preferred language in business circles. Tamil and Hindi are also widely understood by a large section of the populace but are rarely spoken.
  • The government has plans to make the city slum-free by 2016.


  • Kochi’s economic growth gathered momentum post economic reforms introduced by the central government in the early-1990s.
  • Since 2000, the service sector has energized the city's economy. The establishment of several industrial parks based on IT and other port based infrastructure triggered a construction and realty boom in the city.
  • Over the years, Kochi has witnessed rapid commercialization and has today grown into the commercial hub of the state of Kerala.
  • Commercial maritime facilities of the city include the Port of Kochi, an International Container Trans-shipment Terminal, the Cochin Shipyard, offshore SPM of the Kochi Refineries and the Kochi Marina.
  • Kochi is also home for the Cochin Stock Exchange, International Pepper Exchange and industries like HMT , Cyber City , K-Infra Hi-Tech Park, major chemical majors including FACT, TCC, IREL, HOCL and Kochi Refineries, electrical industries like TELK and industrial parks like the Cochin Special Economic Zone and Infopark.
  • Kochi also hosts the High Court of Kerala and Lakshadweep, the Cochin University of Science and Technology, National Law School and The National University of Advanced Legal Studies.
  • Construction and manufacturing activities contribute approx 37 percent of Kochji’s GDP while trade, tourism and hospitality provide another 20 percent.
  • Major business sectors active here include construction, manufacturing, shipbuilding, transportation, shipping, seafood processing , spice exports, chemical industries, information technology (IT), tourism, health services, and banking.
  • Kochi is also recognized as one of the seventeen major industrial cities of India by the Doing Business Group of the World Bank.
  • On the flip side, in the 2009 rankings of ease to start and operate a business, among the 17 Indian cities selected, Kochi was rated as the second most difficult city to start a business in and was ranked 16th, above Kolkata.
  • As with most of Kerala, remittances from non-resident Indians (NRIs) is a major source of income for residents of Kochi.
  • Eloor, situated 17 kilometres north of the city-centre, is the largest industrial belt in Kerala, with more than 250 factories manufacturing a range of products including chemical and petrochemical products, pesticides, rare earth elements, rubber processing chemicals, fertilisers, zinc and chromium compounds, and leather products.
  • Fertilisers and Chemicals Travancore Limited (FACT), one of the oldest fertilizers and chemical companies in Kerala is located here.
  • Kochi Refineries of (BPCL) at Ambalamugal is one of the largest oil refining facilities in South India.
  • Petronet India has almost completed the Kochi LNG Terminal, for importing and storing natural gas, for energy and fueling needs.
  • Prominent union government entities like the Coconut Development Board, the Coir Board and the Marine Products Export Development Authority (MPEDA) have head offices located in the city.
  • Exports and allied activities are also important contributors to the city's economy. The Cochin Port currently handles a bulk of the export and import of container cargo at its terminal at Willingdon Island.
  • Many technology and industrial campuses including the government promoted InfoPark, Cochin Special Economic Zone and KINFRA Export Promotion Industrial Park operate on the outskirts of the city.
  • Kochi has an established electronics hardware industry with companies such as V-Guard Industries, FCI OEN Connectors and SFO Technologies.


  • The air gateway to Kochi is the Cochin International Airport (CIAL) located at Nedumbassery, which is about 28 km (17 mi) north of Kochi city, and handles both domestic and international flights.
  • The Cochin airport provides direct connectivity to popular international destinations in the Middle East, Malaysia and Singapore and to most major Indian cities apart from tourist destinations like Lakshadweep.
  • It is also the fourth busiest airport in India in terms of international passenger traffic, and seventh busiest in the country.
  • Kochi is also the headquarters of the Air India Express service.
  • Kochi is well connected to neighboring cities and states via a network of highways.
  • It is an important node in the North-South Corridor of the National Highway system.
  • The four and six-laned NH-544 connects Salem to the city of Kochi via Coimbatore, Palakkad and Thrissur.
  • NH-66 connects Kochi with Panvel near Mumbai and passes through major junctions like Edappally and Vytilla in the city.
  • NH-85 connects Kochi to Dhanushkodi in Tamil Nadu passing through Madurai, while NH-966A is a 17.2 km (10.7 mi) four-lane stretch of highway connecting the Vallarpadam International Container Trans-shipment terminal to the suburb of Kalamassery.
  • NH-966B is an 8 km stretch of highway connecting Kundanoor Junction on the mainland to the Willingdon Island.
  • Several state highways also connect Kochi with other parts of Kerala - SH 15, Ettumanoor-Ernakulam Road, connects the city to Kottayam, SH 41, Palarivattom-Thekkady Road, provides a corridor to the eastern parts of the district, SH 63, Vypeen Pallipuram Road and SH 66, Alappuzha – Thoppumpady road are coastal roads that serve the narrow sliver of land between the backwaters and the sea.
  • The main arterial road of the city is Mahatma Gandhi Road in Ernakulam, constructed in 1925 which runs parallel to the coast.
  • Other major roads include Chittoor Road, Banerji Road, Shanmugham Road (in Marine Drive), Kochi Bypass, Kaloor-Kadavanthra Road, Park Avenue, Seaport-Airport Road and S.A Road.
  • The primary form of public transport within the city is privately owned bus networks.
  • The state-run also operates its services in the city through the Thirukochi service. The major bus terminals in the city are Ernakulam Town, Ernakulam Jetty and the private bus terminal at Kaloor.
  • Kochi is one of the few cities to be granted the new generation air-conditioned low floor and non-air-conditioned semi low-floor buses under the JNNURM city transport development project.
  • KURTC and private buses operate frequent schedules to neighbouring towns of Kakkanad, FortKochi, Nedumbassery, Perumbavoor, Aluva, Muvattupuzha and Chethala.
  • Call taxis and auto rickshaws are also available for hire throughout the day.
  • The city has two major railway stations – Ernakulam Junction and Ernakulam Town.
  • The main rail transport system in Kochi is operated by the Southern Railway Zone of Indian Railways, and comes under the Thiruvananthapuram Railway division.
  • Kochi ranks among India's major seaports, partly due to being one of the safest harbours in the Indian Ocean.
  • It also operates passenger ships to Colombo and Lakshadweep. Boat services are operated by Kerala Shipping and Inland Navigation Corporation, the State Water Transport Department and private firms from various boat jetties in the city.
  • A ferry for the trans-shipment of vehicles and passengers between islands is operated between Ernakulam, Vypin, and Fort Kochi.


  • Kochi is widely referred to as the commercial capital of Kerala.
  • Availability of electricity, fresh water, long coastline, backwaters, well-developed banking facilities, presence of a major port, container trans-shipment terminal, harbor terminal and an international air terminal are some of the factors which accelerated the industrial growth in the city and its adjoining district.
  • The supply of potable water, sourced from the Periyar River is handled by the Kerala Water Authority and the water works department of the Kochi Corporation, while power is provided by the Kerala State Electricity Board.
  • The GCDA and GIDA are the government agencies initiating and monitoring the development of Greater Cochin area, mainly in developing infrastructure facilities for the city.
  • Central Government establishments like the Coconut Development Board, the Coir Board and the Marine Products Export Development Authority (MPEDA) have head offices located in the city.
  • The Government of Kerala has announced a project to build an industrial park named Electronic City spanning an area of 340 acres to cater to the electronic hardware industries.
  • The private operator NeST is building a Special Economic Zone specifically for electronics hardware spanning an area of 30 acres.
  • The Cochin International Airport is in the process of setting up an aeropolis at Nedumbasserry.
  • Cochin Port Trust also planning to build an Outer Harbour near Puthuvype.
  • The Kochi Metro is an under-construction light metro rapid transit system for the city of Kochi, intended to considerably ease traffic congestion in the city and its surrounding metropolitan area.
  • It is being set up at an estimated cost of INR 5146-cr. Expected to be complete by 2016, the metro system will have 22 stations connecting the suburban towns of Aluva and Pettah while passing through downtown Kochi.
  • Several new industrial campuses are under construction in the suburbs of the city.
  • SmartCity at Kakkanad is one of the prominent projects under proposal.
  • Cyber City at Kalamassery is another integrated IT township SEZ being planned in the private sector.
  • To further tap the potential of the all-season harbour at Kochi, an international cruise terminal and several marinas are being constructed.


  • Kochi’s realty is an investor-driven market with a majority of property investments being made by NRIs based in the Gulf.
  • Leading builders in Kochi include names like: Abad Builders, Kent Homes, Kalpaka Builders, Paul & Tony Builders, Skyline Builders, Mather Projects, Nucleus Properties and Asset Homes among others.  
  • During its initial realty boom, Kochi witnessed intense growth with people migrating to the city and buying homes in areas like Kakkanad, Palarivattom, Vytilla, Edappally and Kadavanthra.
  • Development of IT/ITES projects such as the Kochi Smart City and initiatives to channelize traffic and improve connectivity - such as the Mobility Hub at Vytilla - have fuelled demand with more and more developers cashing in.
  • Kochi’s residential real estate market is now dotted with affordable housing projects, which account for about 60 percent of the total housing development projects in the city.
  • Rising land prices have made it difficult to own or build independent houses, which were once the most popular configuration in Kochi’s residential segment.
  • There is an increased demand from the emerging mid-income segment that wants homes packed with amenities but priced at affordable levels. 
  • The demand for budget housing is so strong that supply has penetrated even the most upmarket locations. 
  • Prime localities that offer luxury multi-storey apartments, such as Marine Drive, are seeing the arrival of several affordable and mid-income housing projects in the vicinity. 
  • In most cases, flats in new projects are sold out quickly, but less than 20 percent would be actually occupied.
  • Luxury apartments on Marine Drive which quoted at INR 3800-4000 psf are now quoting at almost twice those rates.
  • Property rates for premium apartments in such locations have almost doubled.
  • Mid-range apartments by local developers are usually sold out by upto 90 percent of the inventory over a period of 1.5-2 years.
  • Apartments in non-prime areas can carry price tags of upto INR 70 lakhs.

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