Lake Town, Kolkata

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Lake Town
Residential Neighbourhood in Kolkata (Calcutta)
Kolkata Time Zone, a replica of Big Ben, is one of the landmarks of Lake Town
Kolkata Time Zone, a replica of Big Ben, is one of the landmarks of Lake Town
Lake Town is located in Kolkata
Lake Town
Lake Town
Location in Kolkata
Coordinates: 22°36′18″N 88°24′18″E / 22.60500°N 88.40500°E / 22.60500; 88.40500Coordinates: 22°36′18″N 88°24′18″E / 22.60500°N 88.40500°E / 22.60500; 88.40500
Country  India
State West Bengal
City Kolkata
Elevation 11 m (36 ft)
Time zone UTC+5:30 (IST)
PIN 700 089
Area code(s) +91 33
Lok Sabha constituency barasat
Vidhan Sabha constituency Bidhannagar

Lake Town is a neighbourhood in South Dumdum municipality in Barrackpore subdivision of North 24 Parganas district in Indian state of West Bengal.

The neighbourhood was developed in a planned manner after the Independence of India. Today, it is one of the important food and leisure hub in North Kolkata, having many international fast food chains and a cinema hall.[1][not in citation given]


The Big Ben replica in the night shot during Durga Puja 2015.

Lake Town is surrounded by Bangur Avenue, Dum Dum Park and Kestopur in the north, Salt Lake in the east, Belgachia, Ultadanga in the South and Patipukur, Paikpara in the West. Kalidaha (Kalindi) is situated in the west of Lake Town, on the other side of Jessore Road. The Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport is 7 kilometres from Lake Town. Patipukur rail way station,dum dum rail station are the very nearby railway station to Laketown. However howrah in rail way station is major railway station 7 km near to Laketown.

Notable residents[edit]

Real estate Boom[edit]

A planned township with large open spaces, parks and a lake, Lake Town is one of the most sought-after residential areas of North Kolkata. Its proximity to the Kolkata Airport and commercial centres like Salt Lake and Rajarhat has been a catalyst for the rising property prices in recent years.

The proposed Line 1 of Kolkata Monorail from Ultadanga to Rajarhat will pass through Lake Town.

Some of Kolkata's prominent Real Estate firms have their presence in Lake Town.

  • Ujaas -The Condoville by Bengal Ambuja
  • Avani Oxford Phase I and II by Avani Group
  • Alcove Gloria by Alcove Realty, an arm of Diamond Group.
  • Big Bazaar Family Centre- Kolkata's largest Big Bazaar, is a part of the Alcove Gloria complex.


  • Big Ben Clock Tower replica
  • Integra Technologies (Andwill Group)
  • Epacc Consultancy
  • Jaya Cinema Hall
  • Cafe Coffee Day
  • Maruti Suzuki Dealership- Sanei Motors
  • Rahmania
  • Wing Wah Restaurant
  • Aatithya Restaurant
  • Mandoline - Fine dining lounge
  • The Host restaurant
  • Lake Town Government Sponsored High School
  • East Calcutta Girls' College
  • Manasha Mandir
  • Rose Restaurant
  • Lake Town Nursing Home
  • Daffodil Nursinghome
  • Mahalaya Restaurant
  • Republic of Chicken
  • London Bridge Replica
  • Wow! Momo
  • Wowflix Production
  • D2 Editor
  • Meghdoot Apartment
  • The Sizzle
  • Chauhan victoria vada
  • Bata
  • Thomas cook
  • Aqua Java air
  • Khadim
  • Book fair committee lake town
  • Lake town telephone exchange
  • K.c das
  • Subway
  • Domino's
  • Pizza hut
  • Eco nest
  • Vivekananda children Park
  • The King's grill
  • The Milan Distributors
  • GM Enterprise (Drinking WaterSupplers)


  • lake town nursing home
  • Daffodils hospital
  • ccmrcc
  • speed age hospital
  • Rich feel technology center
  • ASG eye hospital
  • Rb diagnostic


  • Lake town government sponsor school.
  • Children Paradise school.
  • Lake town Cochin center.
  • West Bengal yuva computer training center.
  • Adynath school.
  • Pallisree girls school.
  • The kids houz.
  • Little millennium school.
  • Ghandhi school.
  • Beginning Montessori house.


  • shreebhumi sportin club
  • lake town swimming pool association

Police station[edit]

  • Lake town police station. Contact no.033 25344402


  1. ^ "Fast food chain spreads wings". The Telegraph. 1 July 2010. Retrieved 1 December 2011. 
  2. ^ a b Shamik Bag (Aug 13, 2010). "Not another brick in the wall". Mint. Retrieved March 16, 2013.  Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; name "mint" defined multiple times with different content (see the help page).