Abdalian Cooperative Housing Society
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Abdalian Cooperative Housing Society is one of the lesser valued residential areas of Lahore, the capital of the province of Punjab in Pakistan. It is located near Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital & Research Centre in Johar Town.
Established in 1991 by the Alumni of Cadet College, Hassan Abdaal, this is a well planned, secure and serene residential housing society having three blocks A,B & C. The larger part of the society consists of two adjoining Blocks A & B that have bigger plots of 13 Marla, 14 Marla, 1 Kanal and 1.5 Kanal while a 150 feet road leading from Lahore Canal to Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital apart its Block C from other two blocks. Block C has smaller sizes of plots from 5 to 10 marlas. The society has it all, the lush green gardens, playing areas, clean drinking water, sanitation, wide carpeted roads, electricity, natural gas, telephone etc. which makes it one of the most valued real state asset. At the center of Block A and B, there is a wide park with a jogging track. All three blocks of the society have its own commercial areas while space for a community centre, dispensary, post office, school is also left in Block A.
Lahore’s Expo center is situated just a furlong away from the society and soon a Five Star Hotel, Business Complex and Shopping Mall is being built in the neighbourhood of the Expo Centre.
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