The city is getting bigger in every way. The area around Bangalore has grown in ways that are hard to imagine. Still, some places have been the best places to buy a home for several reasons. Here are five of the best places in Bangalore to buy a flat.
These are the Five localities for buying a 1/2/3 BHK apartment in Bangalore:
One of the most sought-after places on Kanakapura Road is about 50 km south of Bangalore's city center. Its appeal is increased because it is close to developed areas like JP Nagar, Jayanagar, and Banashankari. The best thing about this area is that the roads are much less busy than the Mysore road right next to it. Delhi Public School, Kendra Vidyalaya, Dayanand Sagar, and Narayana are well-known in this area. Sports mart, Metro Cash and Carry, Heritage fresh, and Desi Partha are some convenience stores in and around this area. There are also a few high-end projects in the works. Soon, this area will also have Metro. Even with all of these things, the prices here are pretty low compared to Bangalore, and the best thing is that Cauvery water is available. Over the past three years, the prices have gone from Rs 2805-3187/sq. Ft to Rs 4080-5,227/sq. Ft.
Hebbal, about 10 km from the city center, is where businesses come and go the most quickly. Whitefield and Electronic City need more industrial space, so companies like IBM, Integra Micro Software Services, and Phillips are moving to Hebbal. The flyover projects have made getting to and from different parts of the city and the highway easier. It's also easy to get to the International airport. Hebbal also has a famous flyover in the country, well-kept parks, and the famous Hebbal Lake, which has places to go boating and watch birds. Almost all of the big names in real estate are in this area. Hebbal is connected to the rest of the world by road, and it also has a small railway station that works. There are also a lot of hospitals and clinics in this area, like Apollo, Shirdi Sai, MIDS, Bangalore Baptist, and others. Over the past three years, the prices have increased from Rs 3,485–4,590/sq. Ft. to Rs 5,185–6,587/sq. Ft.
The new city center is on Sarjapur Road, about 21 km from the old city. Real estate prices in this area had gone down because of all the buildings going on. But the prices in Sarjapur are going through the roof right now. Again, this is a future IT hub and the new favorite of the big builders. The plan for the outer ring road is to connect Tumkur Road to Hosur Road by cutting through Sarjapur Road and touching KR Puram and Bellary Road. This will be a significant change for Sarjapur. Since 2014, prices for homes have gone up from Rs 3,060-4,505/sq. Ft to Rs 4,207-5,525/sq. Ft.
Electronic City is the most important IT hub in Bangalore. Over the last few years, it has grown in ways no one expected. At first, Electronic City was supposed to be Bangalore's city of electronics, but now it is one of the largest parks for electronics in the country, covering 800 acres. Over time, it has grown into an area with both businesses and homes. With so many people living in cities, the only bad thing about this place is the traffic. Even though it is in a popular area, it is relatively inexpensive. Flats in phase 1 cost Rs 2,848 and Rs 3,442 per square foot, and flats in phase 2 cost Rs 3,358 and Rs 4,420 per square foot. Prices are expected to go up significantly in Electronic City in the next five years.
The city center is 23 km from Whitefield, east of Bangalore. The Anglo Indians of Bangalore built it, and it used to be a peaceful and happy neighborhood. Since 2000, when the IT industry started to grow, however, everything has changed. It's also become where the biggest real estate names want to be. There are many restaurants and hotels in Whitefield, including Barbeque Nation, Marriott, Zuri, and many more. Prices range from Rs 4,122 to Rs 5,398 per square foot. Prices increased from Rs 2,975 to Rs 3,655 per square foot in 2014.
Brigade Valencia prelaunch apartment development project at Hosur Road, South Bangalore.