Why Plots in Devanahalli is a Best Investment in Bangalore?

Being the silicon valley of India, Bangalore has accommodated a huge number of IT companies, startups and new business ideas in the last few decades. This has resulted in extensive employment opportunities, new business success, and expansion of the city itself, making it the epicenter of growth. With the city expanding by the day, North Bangalore, a once quaint locale, has today turned into a hub of business and living. Devanahalli, a suburb located in the heart of North Bangalore is one of the fastest-growing real estate destinations, owing to growth in every other sector.

Here are a few key reasons why plots in Devanahalli is the best investment option in the city of Bangalore.

NH-7: NH-7 is a blessing for those living in Devanahalli and working in the city. You can enjoy excellent connectivity, thanks to the newly widened 6 lane highway. With no traffic congestions that Bangalore is so well known for, you can be assured of a smooth drive and complete peace of mind.

BMTC connectivity: Known for its quick and affordable transportation service, Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) has great frequency towards Devanahalli and makes daily commute easy and hassle-free.

Airport and Railways: The international standard airport located here is the second busiest airport in the country, with flights to various cities all across the country and the world. Devanahalli is also well-connected to the nearby suburb of Yelahanka, and Bangalore City by railway.

Locale: Devanhalli has grown by leaps and bounds and there’s enough proof of it around. With well-established infrastructure including schools, hospitals, supermarkets, workplaces, and entertainment options, it is soon turning out to be the center of all things good. Some notable schools are NPS School, Delhi Public School, Akash International School and Canadian International School. The healthcare options available to residents include Leena Multi-specialty Hospital, Akash Hospital and Cyte Care Cancer Hospital. Devanahalli is also a popular tourist destination due to the many temples and the Devanahalli fort.

Industrial and IT Hub: While growing at a rapid pace, there is still potential in Devanahalli in terms of space, as it is still relatively affordable. This is given way for real estate and infrastructure development with some of the biggest names like IT Investment Region [ITIR] and the Aerospace SEZ, making it employment attractions.

Some IT companies that have made Devanahalli their home include Aerospace SEZ are Thyssenkrupp Aviation, BEML, Dynamatic and Centum Electronics.

The Future: Buying a plot in Devanahalli is a wise choice as the future of the locale is going to turn things around for the residents and investors of the Area. Devanahalli’s multi-modal transport connectivity is set to receive a boost with future infrastructure developments. The suburb has been included in the construction of Phase 2 of the Namma Metro network which will connect the Airport to central Bangalore and thus Devanahalli as well. The proposed Peripheral Ring Road (PRR), which will complement the existing routes of NICE and ORR, will connect the outer suburbs of Bangalore and major roads like OMR and Bellary Road. This will enhance connectivity between Devanahalli and the rest of Bangalore.

Well, its time to step into Devanahalli to step into the future.

Author Bio: Currently working for “Chartered Housing” Builder, Neha is passionate about Property Investment and different styles of Homes Designee. She loves to share her findings through her blog, to help find the best investment property, Reals State insights, Tips & solutions to home buyer or owners for their Apartments/Flats.

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