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Icon Business Center
Office Space Flats
450 Sq.ft To 1550 Sq.ft
On Request
Shreeji Developer
Investor / Resale Options Available
+91 98205 75619

Icon Business Center is one of the most exclusive commercial towers coming up at Vesu Main road, Pipload, Surat, Gujarat. This is a commercial project of Basement + 12 Floors which is being developed by Shreeji Developer. It offers variety of options which you can select as per your business require...

Retreat Heights
4 BHK Luxury Apartments Flats
2565 Sq.ft To 3068 Sq.ft
Rs 1.51 Cr Onwards
Shreeji Developer
Investor / Resale Options Available
+91 98205 75619


Shreeji Viola
5 BHK Luxury Apartments Flats
5500 Sq.ft To 5607 Sq.ft
Rs 5 Cr Onwards
Shreeji Developer
Investor / Resale Options Available
+91 98205 75619

Shreeji Viola is one of the most desired residential project amidst the city of natural beauty. This project is being developed by Shreeji Developer which will be completed soon and handed over owners. This tower stands out from the crowd due to its concept of luxurious homes with world class amenit...

Shreeji North Pavilion
4 BHK Flats
3800 Sq.ft
On Request
Shreeji Developer
Investor / Resale Options Available
+91 98205 75619

North Pavilion is the most exclusive tower ever in Vesu, Surat, Gujarat. This property is all set to become a new landmark of this location due to its outstanding design, structure and unique concept. It offers super luxurious 4BHK apartments with an area of 3800 Sq.ft. This property gives you a tru...

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  • Surat is a city in the Indian state of Gujarat.
  • Surat is known as the textile hub of the nation and the Diamond city of India.
  • It is also the administrative capital of the Surat district.
  • The city is located 284 km south of the state capital, Gandhinagar, on the south of Tapti River .
  • Surat had a population of 4.6 mn in the 2011 census, making it the second largest city in the state of Gujarat, after Ahmedabad.
  • It is the eighth largest city and ninth largest metropolitan area of India.
  • Surat is the 34th-largest city by area and 4th-fastest developing cities in a study conducted by the City Mayors Foundation, an international think tank on urban affairs.
  • The city registered an annualised GDP growth rate of 11.5 percent between 2001 and 2008.
  • Surat was awarded "best city" by the Annual Survey of India's City-Systems (ASICS) in 2013.
  • Surat is selected as the first smart IT city in India which is being constituted by the Microsoft City Next Initiative in tandem with IT services majors TCS and Wipro.
  • The city has 2.97 million Internet users which is about 65 percent of its total population.


  • Nau Saiyid Mosque: The Nau Saiyid Mosque (mosque of Nine Saiyids) is situated on the west banks of the Gopi Lake.
  • Mirza Sami Mosque: The Mirza Sami Mosque was built by the Khudawanad Khan who was also responsible for the castle.
  • Dandi: Situated about 13 kms from Navsari, Dandi was the venue for Mahatma Gandhi's Salt March in 1930. It is reached along a pleasant rural road and its strikingly empty beach has several monuments to Gandhi, including a small museum.
  • Castle: The castle was built in 1546 alongside the Tapti Bridge and is now full of offices. The castle provides good views of the city and surrounding countryside from its bastions.
  • Colonial Tombs: The colonial tombs here date from the 15th to the 18th century. The most magnificent is the 17th century memorial to Baron Adrian Van Reed, a local Dutch company director.
  • British Factory: The British Factory House, combines English and Hindu styles and has stained glass windows with carved wooden supports. It is located near the Mission High School in the city.
  • Navsari: Located approx 29 kms south of Surat, Navsari has been the headquarters of the Parsi community since 1142.
  • Udvada: Udvada is situated about 10 kms. north of Vapi, the station for Daman. Udvada has India's oldest Parsi sacred fire. It is said to have been brought from Persia to Diu, on the opposite coast of the Gulf of Cambay, in 700 AD.
  • Sanjan: Located in the extreme south of the state, Sanjan is the small port where the Parsis first landed. A pillar marks the spot.


  • According to the 2011 India census, the population of Surat was 4,462,002.
  • Surat has an average literacy rate of 89 percent which is higher than the national average of 79.5 percent.
  • The male-female literacy ratio is 93 and 84 percent respectively.
  • Males constitute 53 percent of the population and females 47 percent.
  • Gujarati, Sindhi, Hindi, Marwari, Marathi, Telugu, and Oriya are the main languages spoken in Surat.
  • In Surat, 13% of the population is under 6 years of age.
  • The city also has sizeable Parsi and Jewish population.
  • The Seven Da'i al-Mutlaq of Dawoodi Bohras are laid to rest in the Rauzas at Devdi Mubarak, Surat.
  • The Surat Municipal Corporation is responsible for the maintaining city's civic infrastructure as well as carrying out associated administrative duties.
  • The Surat Municipal Corporation ranked 7th out of 21 Cities for best administrative practices in India in 2014.
  • It scored 3.5 on 10 compared to the national average of 3.3.
  • It is the only city in India to disclose municipal budgets on a weekly basis.


  • Surat ranked 8th in India with a GDP of US$40 billion in fiscal year 2011-2012 ($14 billion in 2010).
  • The city's GDP is expected to touch approx US$57 bn in 2020 according to The City Mayors Foundation, an international think tank on urban affairs.
  • The city's per capita GDP was US$8,000 in 2010.
  • Surat is known for diamonds, textiles, and for diamond-studded gold jewellery manufacturing.
  • Hazira INA, Magadalla, Ichchhapore and Olpad near Surat city host several corporate majors like ONGC, GAIL, ABG Shipyards, Narmada Cement, Ambuja Cement, Ultratech Cement, NTPC-KGPP Power Plant, ESSAR group of Industries(Steel/Power/Chemical/Oil/Shipping), L&T, Reliance PVC, Reliance Petroleum, Kribhco, Cairn India Limited, GSPC, Gujarat Gas, Shell, LNG, Niko Gas and Rama Paper Mills among others.
  •  Surat registered a GDP of 11.5 percent for the seven fiscal years from 2001-2008, the fastest growing GDP in India.
  • The city accounts for:
  • 90% of the world's total rough diamond cutting and polishing.
  • 99.99% of the nation's total rough diamond cutting and polishing.
  • 90% of the nation's total diamond exports.
  • 40% of the nation's total man made fabric production.
  • 28% of the nation's total man-made fibre production.
  • 18% of the nation's total man-made fibre export
  • 12% of the nation's total fabric production.
  • Surat is also known for its many cotton mills and is the biggest center of man-made in India.
  • The city has a total of 381 dyeing and printing mills and 41,100 power loom units.
  • Surat hosts over a hundred thousand units and mills in total, with n annual turnover of approx INR 5 bn.
  • It is also the largest cloth manufacturer in the country and has over 800 cloth wholesalers.


  • The city's airport offers direct connectivity to several cities in India.
  • Surat railway station is under the administrative control of the Mumbai Division of the Western Railway arm of the Indian Railways.
  • The major highways passing through Surat are the Udhana-Mumbai Highway also known as Udhana-Navsari Highway, Surat-Ahmedabad Highway also known as Varachha Main Road.
  • The Eastern expressway also known as Varachha Flyway is one of India's longest flyovers under city municipal limits in the four lane category.
  • The Golden Quadrilateral highway system passes through Surat. The city is connected to the National Highway 8 through a 16 km connector highway.
  • Frequency of public transport buses here is sparse, making shared auto rickshaws the preferred mode for local travel.
  • In August 2012, plans for an intra-city metro train service were approved by the then Chief Minister Narendra Modi.
  • The plan includes the construction of underground and above ground metro trains and monorails.
  • The twin cities of Surat and Navsari will be connected by metro railway under this project.


  • The city has seen the completion of several road projects, particularly elevated roads.
  • The Surat Municipal Corporation (SMC) has planned several new expressways to reduce road congestion caused by a steep increase in traffic.
  • Plans include developing an outer ring road and middle ring road to decongest traffic from the major highways that pass through this city.   
  • Surat hosts of one the few multi-layer flyovers in India which rises over its Majura Gate.
  • The SMC also has plans to develop a multi-level flyover across the Tapir river, which will connect Rander-Adajan to Katargam, which lies on the other side of the river.
  • Surat is also gearing up to host its first cable stayed bridge connecting Adajan to Parle point near Athwalines.
  • The Eastern expressway also known as Varachha Flyway is one of India's longest flyovers under city municipal limits in the four lane category.
  • In May, 2015 Tech giant IBM has chosen Surat among 16 global locations for its smart cities programme to help them address challenges like waste management, disaster management and citizen services.
  • Under the programme, IBM will send a team of experts to each of the chosen cities where they will spend three weeks working closely with city staff analyzing data about critical issues faced by its local bodies.
  • Surat city administration also plans to set up an Information Technology (IT) hub and an Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) on the outskirts of the city.


  • Surat is one of the fastest growing cities in Gujarat.
  • Surat is witnessing large scale migration by people from other smaller cities in the state and textile and diamond merchants from bigger cites like Mumbai.
  • The growing demand has resulted in an increase in property rates touching 15 per cent in certain preferred locations like Vesu, Piplod and VIP Roads.
  • Fast developing areas like Resu and Palanpur Canal Road have seen property prices appreciate by 10-15 per cent in recent times.
  • Locations like Piplod, Aathwalines and Dumas Road offer several projects priced in the mid-range category in the range of INR 4,000-5,000 psf.
  • Leading developers in the city includes names like Happy Homes Group, Aakash Group, Raghuvir Group, Rajhans, Raj Greens, Green Group and the Milestone Group among many others.
  • Many IT, BPO and other corporates are setting up base in Surat due to its well-developed infrastructure facilities, proximity to Mumbai, safe environment and the ready availability of skilled professionals.
  • As per prevailing trends, properties in Surat are available at reasonable prices and offer excellent resale values.
  • The region is expected to embark on a growth trajectory with landmark projects such as the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) and the Gujarat International Financial Tec-City.

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