Flats for sale in Sarjapur Road in southeast Bangalore, sitting nestled in the buzzing IT corridor, are proving to be particular favourites due to the returns they promise. The sprawling locality is a mix of both, residential and commercial projects, and has witnessed radical infrastructure developments within only a few years.
We bring you five reasons to invest in a property for sale in Sarjapur.
High employment generation
The Outer Ring Road houses many IT giants like Accenture, Capgemini, Cisco, HP, and Wipro to name a few. Besides this, it also houses other prominent multinational corporations like Genpact, Paypal, ARM, KPMG, Nokia, and more. Recently IT major, Infosys acquired 202 acres of land in Sarjapur to set up an IT SEZ. In October 2013 Azim Premji Foundation announced their plans to acquire 50 acres of land in Sarjapur for a world class university.
Sarjapur offers excellent road connectivity to key IT cluster areas like Whitefield, Electronic City, Outer Ring Road, Marthahalli, Silk Board and Koramagala.
An educational hub
For families with young children, there are a host of prominent schools to choose from such as The International School Bangalore (TISB), Chrysalis High, Inventure Academy, Orchid International, Greenwood High, Silver Oaks, Primus Public School, Harvest International School, Gear Innovative International School, Delhi Public School, Head Start Educational Academy, and more. Many residents even call Sarjapur the educational hub of Bangalore with some of the finest and most in-demand schools located in here.
Well-developed social infrastructure
Besides educational institutions, Sarjapur also boasts of well-developed social infrastructure with close proximity to malls, multiplexes, retail outlets, hospitals and banks all of which work together to create a convenient lifestyle for residents. If you are thinking that a mega-commercial locality like Sarjapur is likely to be unsuitable with no privacy or open space, you are completely mistaken. In spite of the skyscrapers overlooking Sarjapur Road, the backdrop has retained its original texture, full of lush greens and water bodies, unlike many developing cities in India’s recent past.
Places like Harlur Lake are surrounded by natural landscape. It sits adjacent to Hosa Road that links directly to Sarjapur Road. The retreat environment of Harlur Lake and amenities nearby prove to be adequate for buyers seeking plots around the Hosa Road area.
Upcoming Metro connectivity
Sarjapur is located around 45 km away from the Bangalore International Airport and 15 km from Kempegowda Bus Station and Bangalore City Railway station. The BBMP also has plans to widen the Sarjapur Road to improve connectivity. The planned Peripheral Ring Road to connect the key arterial roads of Bellary Road, Old Madras Road, Hosur Road and Sarjapur Road with Tumkur Road along with connectivity through the NICE Corridor will give impetus to development in this region. Apart from this, the metro lines are under construction and under the third phase of the metro construction a new line will connect Yelahanka in the north and Sarjapur in the south east.
Property prices in Sarjapur are yet to reach astronomical figures. However, like many other popular investment spots in Bangalore, it is fast getting there. The average capital values in Sarjapur are in the range of Rs 3150 to 5100 per square feet, so you need not think twice, but invest in apartments on Sarjapur Road. With a wide range of choices, including budget homes and luxury apartments in Sarjapur Road, the rates are in the scale of 20 lakhs to 1 Crore.
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