2 bed with attached bath lounge and american kitchen fully tile marble grill and two sided ist floor portion back side of temoria police station in arafat town north nazimabad block L
North Nazimabad (Urdu: نارتھ ناظم آباد) is a suburb of, Karachi, Pakistan. North Nazimabad was developed in late 1950s for federal government of Pakistan, and was named after Khawaja Nazimuddin who was the second Governor-General of Pakistan and later the second Prime Minister of Pakistan.
North Nazimabad was planned and designed in late 1950s by Carlo Scarpa & Aldo Rossi, the Italian planners and architects. But in the early 1960s the capital of Pakistan was transferred from Karachi to newly developed capital Islamabad. On account of these two factors it is ranked as the most modern-planned town of Karachi, with blocks located alphabetically. North Nazimabad Town has a comparatively high literacy rate amongst other towns in whole Karachi  and a relatively low crime rate. It is considered as an upper class suburb of Karachi.