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IT, infrastructure drive realty in Bangalore
Nov 22, 2013
BANGALORE: Bangalore, the most positive property market in the country today, posted a whopping 17 percent rise and had a major impact on the National Property Index (NPI) in PropIndex July-September 2013, produced by Magicbricks.com, the leading property portal promoted by the Times Group.
Bangalore North: A commercial hub in the making
Nov 22, 2013
BANGALORE: The northern belt mainly consists of the micromarkets Hebbal, Yelahanka, Devanahalli and Bellary Road and comprises the northern realty hub of the city. Known for its residential catchments, good social infrastructure and roads, the northern part of the city is well-connected and boasts of easy accessibility and proximity to the international airport.
North Bangalore – Emerging residential destination
Sep 27, 2013
BANGALORE: Bangalore north has become the epicentre of the city with the presence of the international airport in Devanahalli. A host of civic infrastructure projects to upgrade connectivity and promote seamless travel are further enhancing the dynamics of this region.
Budget housing finds demand in Bangalore South
Sep 20, 2013
BANGALORE: From housing some of the oldest localities in Bangalore, the south has stretched far beyond to witness development up to Hosur. The main factor pushing growth has been the proliferation of the IT/ITeS sector in this belt. Civic projects such as the Hosur Road expressway, the upcoming Metro line, good social infrastructure and lower land cost towards the peripheries have led to residential development along this corridor. Some of the localities that have come into focus are J P Nagar,
Post – IT boom, 60000 units unsold in Bangalore
Sep 13, 2013
BANGALORE: This city has over 700 residential projects comprising apartments, villas, row houses and plots amounting to 1.82 lakh units under development. An inventory of roughly 60,000 units remains unsold. Of these 80% are apartments and 10% plots, property consultant L J Hooker says.
Govt reaches out to airport operators for highrises in Bangalore’s CBD
Sep 03, 2013
BANGALORE: In a bid to make Namma Bengaluru mirror the highrise culture of a Shanghai or Singapore, the state government is seeking the cooperation of Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL), the operators of the city’s old HAL airport, to allow builders to go vertical. Situated in the heart of Bangalore, HAL airport issues no-objection certificates (NOCs) on height limits to developments situated approximately in a 5-kilometre radius around the airport. Until 2010, the Airports Authority of India w

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