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Hosur Road in Bengaluru South is Emerging as a Residential Hotspot

Great Connectivity

Hosur Road is a new entrant on the connectivity map and has slowly but surely become a favoured destination for young home-buyers. Located off Hosur Road leading towards Electronic City, Hosur Road in Bengaluru south is emerging as a residential hotspot due to its road connectivity to the centre of the city through the arterial Hosur Road. The announcement of Hosur Road being on the Metro rail map and catapulted this non-descript locality into the property spotlight. Two packages have already been awarded on the RV Road-Bommasandra line of 19 km, between Silk Board and Hosur Road, and from Electronics City-1 to Bommasandra for expediting.

Timely TransportE

Hosur Road is just below the elevated expressway leading to Electronics City. The Hosur Road bus stop is on the BMTC route that has a bevy of both, air conditioned and non-air conditioned buses connecting the city centre with the suburban localities of Bommasandra, Chandrapura and Electronics City.

Social Infrastructure

Hosur Road sports the best of shopping malls, star hotels, restaurants, vehicle showrooms, and hospitals making it a premier location to live and work out of. There are a host of new schools and higher education campuses located in the catchments of Hosur Road, which are a big draw for students from all over the country, especially from neighbouring Tamil Nadu, a stone’s throw away from here. Most of those employed in the healthcare and hospitality sectors seek to live here.

Ready Homes

Properties launched a couple of years ago have been completed and are up for grabs. The prices range from Rs 22 lakh to Rs 1 crore for plots in gated layouts, 1, 2 and 3 BHK apartments for Rs 30 lakh to Rs 76 lakh, and independent villas for Rs 95 lakhs. With major IT companies located in Electronics City and the surrounding areas, Hosur Road gives those employed in these offices the best options in ready homes.

News Source: The Times of India