Sonepat is fast emerging as the new residential destination for Delhiites after Gurgaon, Noida and Greater Noida. A part of this industrial town of Haryana, projected within the NCR in Delhi Master Plan 2021, is competently poised for the kind of real estate growth as Gurgaon was before it became a bustling satellite city of the NCR Delhi. Though swathed in legends, Sonipat town on the Delhi border forms one of the largest industrial zones of Haryana and is rapidly emerging as an excellent residential and investment destination. Sonipat is now witnessing a spurt in the real estate development with many developers and builders having launched giant residential projects.
On account of strategic advantage of proximity to Delhi, Sonepat of Haryana holds a bright future for the entrepreneurs and developers. Situated in the southeast part of Haryana, Sonepat is bound by the districts of Rohtak, Jind and Panipat and shares a boundary with Meerut in Uttar Pradesh and with Delhi. This upcoming area falls in the National Capital Region and has well-developed industrial sector and supportive infrastructure. Kundli in Sonepat district is the fastest emerging satellite town of the National Capital Region today. In fact, in the Delhi master plan 2021, Kundli is projected to be part of NCR with eight-lane proposed highway on the NH-8.
The area between Kundli and Sonepat towns of Haryana falls under a highly industrialized zone. Atlas Cycles, Hilton Rubber, Indo Asian Fusegear, ECE, Hindustan Everest Tools and Satnam Overseas are some of the well-known brands which have units here. The majority of these industrial units are concentrated on both sides of the G.T. Road. Besides industries, Sonepat also boasts of a rich agricultural base with quality rice and cash crops being cultivated in plenty. It is also the largest grower of mushroom in the country.