Pyramid Square 86 Gurgaon

₹- 2,850,000
Property type: Affordable Flats

The space

  • Project Name:: Pyramid Square 86
  • Builder Name:: Pyramid
  • Location: Sector 86 Gurgaon
  • Total Area: 6 Acres
  • GROUND FLOOR: 14250/-Rs pr sq.yd
  • FIRST FLOOR: 12000/-Rs pr sq.yd
  • SECOND FLOOR: 11000/-Rs pr sq.yd
  • Starting Price: Rs. 25 Lacs Onwards


  • 24×7 Security
  • 24×7 Water
  • Bakery shop
  • CCTV surveillance
  • Cosmetic & Jewellery Stores
  • General Store
  • Gift Shop
  • Grocery Shop
  • Hardware shop
  • Lift
  • Optical shop
  • Power Backup
  • Restaurants
  • Retail Outlet
  • Vegetable shop


Pyramid Square 86 Gurgaon Affordable Housing Shops

Pyramid Square 86 is a new premium Shopping hub in Gurgaon offering Retail Shops with modern Specifications & Features. Pyramid square 86 project has been situated at location Sector 86 Dwarka Expressway, Gurgaon which gives an additional advantage to this project and has affordable prices. This project is well designed with world-class technology and architecture.

Pyramid Square 86 Commercial Shopping Complex Developed By Renowned Builder Pyramid Infratech. which is located in close proximity to Dwarka Expressway and NH8 on 75 Meter Wide Road. Approx 20000 families will move into this area by 2019 and already 5000 families have moved in.


  • Excellently connected to NH 8 and Dwarka Expressway (NH 8A)
  • The complex is easily accessible from 4 lane 24 m wide roads on two sides
  • Approx 20000 sq.ft. of commercial space
  • Hospitals, Schools and other basic Utilities are within the range.
  • Pyramid Square 86 will cater to approximately 5 lakh people in future.
  • Almost 20,000 families are living within 5 km radius
  • 30 Minutes’ Drive from International Airport

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Definition: Affordable housing refers to housing units that are affordable by that section of society whose income is below the median household income. … Affordable housing becomes a key issue especially in developing nations where a majority of the population isn’t able to buy houses at the market price