No of Floor | Roof Area | Cost per sft |
---|---|---|

Ground floor and First Floor or G+1 Floor | 2400 | 1650 |

Ground floor, First Floor and Second Floor or G+2 Floor | 3600 |
1600 |

Ground floor, First Floor, Second Floor and Third or G+3 Floor | 4800 | 1550 |

## How much will it cost to build a house in Bangalore?

The Scenario House Construction Cost in Bangalore As of Now May 2021

Sl No | Plot Dimension | Cost of Constructions – At Rs 1800 Per Sqft (Post Covid Impact) |
---|---|---|

1 | 30 by 40 Feet (1200 Sqft) | 17.7 Lakhs |

2 | 30 by 40 Feet (1200 Sqft) | 35.5 Lakhs |

3 | 30 by 40 Feet (1200 Sqft) | 53.3 Lakhs |

4 | 30 by 40 Feet (1200 Sqft) | 71.1 Lakhs |

## How is construction cost per sq ft in Bangalore?

Built up Area : 13,000 sq ft. Details: G Floor Parking + 1st and 2nd 4Bhk Duplex House + 3rd and 4th Floor 2Bhk x 2nos on each floor. The current House construction cost in Bangalore 2020 varies from **Rs 1500 /sq ft (Basic) to Rs 1900 /sq ft** for a residential building.

## How many sq ft is 30×40?

ft.; Area D = 40′ x 30′ = **1200 sq.** **ft**.

## What is the meaning of 30 * 40 site?

Square footage is calculated by multiplying width by length. So if a area is 30 foot wide by 40 foot long, 30 x 40 = **1200 square feet**.

## How many floors can we build in Bangalore?

In Bangalore, you can construct up to **4–5 floors** in a 2,400 square foot plot.

## How many rooms can 1200 square feet make?

Room size :12′*10′= 120Sqft. Built up permitted :0.5*1200 =600 Sqft. No of rooms :600/120= **5 nos**.

## How do you calculate building costs?

**Approximate cost on various work of material to complete the construction** **for 1000 ft** ^{2}

- Total Cost. = Builtup area × Approx cost per sq. ft. = 1000 × 1000. = 1000000.00 Rs. …
- Amount of Aggregate Required. = Builtup area × 0.608. = 1000 × 0.608. = 608.00 Ton. …
- Flooring. = Builtup area × 1.3. = 1000 × 1.3. = 1300.00 Sq.

## How much square feet is 40 * 60?

40×60 room = **2400 square feet**

Therefore, the answer above can written as 2400 ft^{2}.