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Gurgaon Connect

An entertainment hub, an education center, a residential delight and an office space favorite – all of these faces coexist to create the Hude City Center you and we know of. It connects Gurgaon to the rest of the Delhi!

  • Things to look forward
    • Maanas
    • Male
    • Student

    Reviewed 2 years, 6 months, 7 days ago

    Really posh Maya Sarabhai type people reside here, but they are nice. We have a small market sort of a thing with SRS supermart, electrical shops, hardware shops etc in it. To hangout, Galleria and Cyber City and Sector 29 (food gully type) are very near. Getting around is also easy as it is located near Huda City Center metro station. The only thing I wish could be improved are the roads, they're a bit stuffy.

    • Neha
    • Female
    • Working

    Reviewed 2 years, 5 months, 4 days ago

    I lived in South City II, D-1 block for 3 years and currently work for CIBC in the Spazedge Corporate Building. It's an awesome area if you are looking for a peaceful place, there are markets associate with each block. Gyms, restaurants, beauty salons and malls....all are located within a walking distance. Common places to hangout are Raheja Mall, Omex Mall, Haldiram's, Bikanerwala, McD, Sagar Ratna, Clube Patio, SRS Cinemas, KFC etc. Auto stand, riksha stand, and the Huda City Center metro station make commutation easy.

  • Not so good things
    • Prerna
    • Female
    • Working

    Reviewed 2 years, 5 months, 26 days ago

    General utility stores, parks and parlors are not easily accessible due to being located in various other sectors.

    • Sahil
    • Male
    • Student

    Reviewed 2 years, 6 months, 11 days ago

    I'm a student of Stephen's and have been staying here since 2003, after shifting from Sadar Bazar. I like the options in everything I get here...there are a lot of eateries here...though they aren't 5 star or something, but still it's cool to hangout here. You can find almost every bank here....and every 4th shop is a chemist shop. There are utility stores like Reliance and Dustak. Gym and a lot of other facilities in the area. The eateries are satisfactory but expensive, Om Sweets used to be everybody's favorite but its prices have sky rocketed and a common man can't go and eat there anymore...Other than that, Subway, CCD are there but are average. I hope Domino's or Pizza Hut opens up here. People travel mostly through private vehicles...then there are shared and private autos...the ever increasing no. of private autos is annoying. Also, There isn't much space for kids to play, they are missing out on their childhood in some way...cricket, football...I used to love playing these sports, also they develop teamwork, respect for each other, strategic planning and a lot more...it is being missed today. The roads should be carpeted out properly.

  • Expect to find
    • Deepak
    • Male
    • Working

    Reviewed 2 years, 4 months, 26 days ago

    I like this area as it has all the facilities around. You can find parks, play grounds, malls, etc. all around.

In & Around

There are great spaces to be eating at near Huda City Centre. If you don’t want to venture out much, you will find food right at the metro station. However a little more adventure will lead you to much great spaces that will quench your thirst for any cuisine and any kind of dining experience that you seek for yourself and with others! A quick mention to Khanasutra at Ardee City that has great food!

Meet uday!

Huda City Centre Metro Station, Sector 29

Being a migrant here, I typically tend to look for places which have ease of commuting, good residential feel and all necessary amenities around...Huda metro area fitted the bill perfectly! I love cooking and traveling!

 


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What others are saying

  • Ishita
  • Female
  • Working

Reviewed 2 years, 6 months, 3 days ago

Been to this area & metro station N number of times. A very crowded place, very near to Vyapar Kendra Market. Near to Dlf Phase 4!


  • Apalak
  • Male
  • Student

Reviewed 2 years, 8 months, 17 days ago

A visit to the Appu Ghar Amusement Park will definitely make me relive my childhood days! Miss the first one in Delhi.

  • Anant
  • Male
  • Student

Reviewed 2 years, 4 months, 16 days ago

You should not miss the opportunity to live here if you can. The area is very well maintained and is very green too. A lot of small shops are present in the locality from where you can eat out or order in. The neighbours and crowd is really pleasant.