About Gwadar City
Gwadar is a port city on the southwestern coast of Baluchistan, Pakistan. The city is located on the shores of the Arabian Sea, approximately 700 kilometers to the west of Pakistan’s largest city, Karachi. In April 2015, Pakistan and China announced their intention to develop the $46 billion China–Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), which in turn forms part of China’s ambitious One Belt, One Road. Gwadar features heavily in CPEC, and is also envisaged to be the link between the One Belt, One Road and Maritime Silk Road project. $1.153 billion worth of infrastructure projects will be invested into the city as part of CPEC, with the aim of linking northern Pakistan and western China to the deep water seaport. The city will also be the site of a floating liquefied natural gas facility that will be built as part of the larger $2.5 billion Gwadar-Nawabshah segment of the Iran–Pakistan gas pipeline project. In addition to investments directly under the aegis of CPEC in Gwadar city, the China Overseas Port Holding Company in June 2016 began construction on the $2 billion Gwadar Special Economic Zone, which is being modelled on the lines of the Special Economic Zones of China.
- Construction of East-Bay Expressway, Gwadar Port
- Construction of Breakwaters, Gwadar Port
- Dredging of Berthing Areas & Channels, Gwadar Port
- Pak-China Technical & Vocational Institute
- Infrastructure Development for Free Zone & EPZs, Gwadar
- Necessary Facilities of Fresh Water Treatment, Water Supply
- China-Pakistan Friendship Hospital (Up-gradation of existing 50 bedded hospital
- Coal-based Power Plant at Gwadar
- Construction of Gwadar International Airport
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What is the status of Palm City Gwadar, I am wondering if anybody bought the plot and sold it. Need advice!
Dear A R Mirza,
We are not dealing with this project.
NEW TOWN PLOR 1000 SQ. YDS RES. PAP-VI FOR SALE.
What is price of 500 sqr yard in New Town December 2021
Dear Tanveer Bhai,
Please call Mr Waqar Ahmed at 03111120086 for details
GDA lift Ban on NOCs and all kind of constructions in Gwadar
DG GDA Shazaib Kakar lifted ban on NOCs for Housing Schemes, commercial, industrail, recreational, warehouses & all type of construction & development activities within the jurisdiction of Gwadar Development Authority
We would like to sell a residential plot in Gwadar, New Town Housing Scheme, it is 1000 square yards, next to the airport. Our price 75 Lakh, where can we find buyers. Thanks.
Dear Fahad Bhai,
Kindly share your plot details at our whatsapp hotline for further assistance +923111042111
New Gwadar Land Use finally approved
Gwadar New Master Plan Land Use is finally approved now.
dear atif bhai aoa : what 5 marla plot price in china village gawadar today? plz also inform me about its exact location & its present development status. thnx
Dear Usman Sherazi Bhai,
We are not dealing with it. We only deal with the locations close to city.
I need to know is it true “in 2015, a 1000 S.q Y Commercial plot in Gwadar SANGAR Housing Project could be bought for 25 LAC rupees. today that same plot is worth 5 Crore rupees.”