Boring Road in Patna is a vital commercial and residential center of the city. Boring Road starts from the corner of Patna Women’s College as an intersection to Bailey Road. It ends at the end of A N College or the famous Pani Tanki. Almost 2 km in Length, Boring Road serves a number of colonies on left and right. Nageshwar Colony, Sri Krishna Puri, North Sri Krishna Puri are the main colonies of Patna situated adjacent to Boring Road.


It is almost 3Kms away from Railway station and the same distance from Airport. Boring Road has emerged as one of the favorite commercial destination in Patna. From corporate offices to retail shops, restaurants and eateries, number of car showrooms (Hyundai, Maruti and Honda) doctors and diagnostic clinics and much more; it engulfs on both side. The demarcation between residential and commercial properties on this road of Patna has become non existent. In fact Boring Road is pioneer in Apartment construction in Patna in 1980s. Yamuna and Krishna Apartments, two tall older apartments in Patna are situated on this road. . Boring road is flagged by numerous commercial cum residential apartments.


Boring road is another educational Hub of Patna with Patna Women’s College       and A N College at its two ends. A number of coaching institutes and schools are spread all over Boring Road.


With so many facilities spread only within 2 kms it is understandable that the area is densely populated. Traffic Jams are a way of life. Parking is a nightmare. In all in all it is the reflection of unplanned modern Patna trying to catch up with economic growth.

The price of commercial property in Boring Road is one on the higher side  . One cannot expect any commercial property below Rs. 18000/- per sq.ft along this road. In new modern complexes prices might go around Rs. 21000/-per sq.ft. No doubts the rentals too are high. Our team thinks now Boring road is reaching its peak as far as price of commercial property in Boring Road is concerned. The selling capacity or revenue generation capacity is capped as the road is already packed and has little room to grow. The question is where will you park the car !!!!