Apartments for Bangalore’s dwellers are abundant. However, finding the right one to invest in can be tricky. There are issues such as unauthorized construction, unexpected disturbance in infrastructure, and other problems of a typically fast-growing city.
Finding a nook can be difficult unless you have the location take care of work, your taste for homes, your budget, lifestyle habits and access to emergency services.
What’s special about Haralur Road?
The Haralur Road, leading up to Hospalya Main Road, offers a number of projects for people commuting to workplaces near HSR, Koramangala, Sarjapur Road and Silk Board. These apartments are reachable by road in 15 minutes from Sarjapur Junction, Marathahalli and MG Road during the day.
The area, despite being a new one, has access to the top restaurants, transport facilities, well-known utility markets, schools, hospitals and malls.
Where to start looking
You can start from a number of landmarks such as Narayana Hospital, Mangammana Palya Kere, which face Oxford Engineering College on the other side of the main road. A drive down will reveal quite a few brands such as Sobha, Ozone, Adarsh and ND Sepal. Their apartments for residential purposes come with spacious 3 and 4-BHK set ups for flats and penthouses. For about a decade, this HSR-BDA Park neighborhood has offered apartment amenities like play areas for children, swimming pools, event spaces, gyms and that extra dash of foliage to make the stay pleasant.
What else to discover there
Haralur Road and Hospalya Road have frequented spots like a lake-view playground, Eden Aquatics and Freedom Park at a comfortable distance from well-known locations such as Cessna Business Park and JP Morgan in the vicinity. The most preferred zone for Haralur Road buyers is the one that leads through Hospalya into the St. John’s Hospital area. Such proximity to central areas of Bangalore plays a key role in the local market.
Still need a reason to look forward?
The BBMP is on course to build a four-lane underpass at Sarjapur Road-Haraluru Junction. This will boost commuter friendliness in a big way, as the area was earlier considered “too far” for some. Haraluru Road connects Sarjapura Road and Electronic City via Kodlu Main Road. The stretch houses number of residential apartments. According to India Times, a BBMP official said, “Sarjapur Road and surrounding areas like Haralur Road and Gunjur have nearly 30 per cent of Bangalore’s upcoming residential projects… Thus, the volume of traffic will go up considerably. The traffic has already increased beyond planned levels primarily because of booming projects and increase in population. It will only increase in the coming years. So we must think ahead and plan in advance.”
Spacious apartments with quiet neighborhoods, durable infrastructure, and easy getting-by in Bangalore easily cross the “affordable” mark. However, the latest projects tucked away in the remnant tranquility of Haralur, Hosur Road and HSR Layout has been relatively less known. Surrounding them are gated communities, and what reminds of quaint old Bangalore. Unheard of?
A huge potential in the area is evident, from the sustainable practices emerging through residential parks to plantations, water-body preservation and more. Within the apartment complexes, it is easy to find gymnasiums, indoor games, and swimming pools and play areas for children. Adequate plantation is becoming an increasingly common trend. Such a mix is the standard benchmark.
The Outer Ring Road and the neighborhoods of Sarjapur Road are dotted with schools, hospitals and malls already, which make apartments in Haralur Road an easy choice to pick. However, it also makes sense for the workers in some of the biggest employers in Bangalore – namely Intel, Cadence, Capgemini, Wipro, etc.
Most parts of Bangalore are heavily urbanized. Staying in a neighborhood that feels more intelligently urbanized is a choice many want to make. Pricing and affordability for apartments in Haralur Road reveal highly balanced figures. The parameters also comply with the desires of various age groups. That and location, is where customers are likely to see the biggest value.
Square-feet appreciation potential in the area is perhaps one of the highest. Compared to more central parts of Bangalore, Haralur, HSR and Hosur Road might see a tangibly different price movement in the coming years.