Thanisandra Real Estate reminds us of former village spaces that have completely transformed owing to proximity to IT-companies, the metro and good connectivity. Located in North Bangalore, the area is set to have the kind of story that areas like Whitefield, Sarjapur and Bannerghatta Road have had. That, however, can’t be the sole reason for us to direct your attention to the place. Here is why we think you should think of investing in Thanisandra.
1.If You Work In An IT Company Thanisandra Real Estate Makes Sense
Thanisandra is an ideal option for those working in all the big names in the IT sector. For instance, Manyata Technology Park is close to this area with its set of MNC companies and it alone houses 1,00,000 employees. The Outer Ring Road, which is less than 2 km from the area (via Nagwara Circle) is often used to reach Sarjapur Road and Whitefield, both IT-filled spaces.
While Manyata Tech Park, might be the biggest reason for the rise in demand in Thanisandra, it isn’t the only reason. Thanisandra Main Road’s widening to 100 feet increases its connectivity to the Peripheral Ring Road which is close to IT giants like Kirloskar, Phillips, IBM, and Siemens.
2.If The Airport Is Your Second Home
It takes approximately 25 minutes for one to reach the airport (with traffic) from Thanisandra Main Road. Heavy traffic and congestion leads to missed flights and last minute boarding occurrences in Bangalore.
There is hence a proposed alternative road underway, running parallel to NH-7 (Devanahalli). Soon commuters will reach the airport without taking the often jammed Hebbal flyover and the tolled Ballari Road. Once at Nagawara, commuters could move towards Thanisandra and Bagalur up until the (proposed) new entrance on the southwest corner without touching the toll on Bellary Road.
3.If You Like Staying Connected
Thanisandra’s redeems itself from the occasional traffic jam by offering connectivity that ensures a driving time of 30 minutes (approx) That, in a city like Bangalore is quite the perk. Apart from the airport, Palace Road, Indiranagar, Malleshwaram, Majestic and MG Road take about 30 minutes to reach.
Infact, the Central Railway Station is also 33 minutes away from Thanisandra.
Perks of connectivity don’t just end with the 30 minute standard in Thanisandra. In fact, they get better. Due to its closeness to the Outer Ring Road, Thanisandra enjoys easy connectivity to important areas like Jakkur (10 minutes), Nagarwa Junction (6 minutes), Hebbal (13 minutes), HBR Layout (10 minutes), Hennur (15 minutes), and Sanjay Nagar (16 minutes) all under 30 minutes! There’s also a double road that connects Thanisandra to Bellary Road.
BMTC also extends its bus services to the area and buses regularly ply to KR Market, Shivaji Nagar and the Kempegowda Bus Station. Airport buses frequent the area as well.
4.If You Like All Your Amenities Next Door To You
The social infrastructure of an area is quite important. In-fact, it’s a large part of the consideration that goes into buying a home. Thanisandra has a good number of shopping avenues, eateries, lifestyle stores and
recreational centers. Elements Mall is a popular option that has SPAR, a PVR, and big brands to shop from. Next to Elements Mall is Howard Johnson, a 4 star hotel offering top notch amenities.
Kalyan Nagar has popular restaurants, and so does Kamanahalli. This includes night-life options like The Local, Hoppipola and Harry’s and fine dining restaurants like Aioli and Little Italy. Food joints like Creamstone, Swenson’s, Poblanos, BYLI and more keep residents well-fed as well.
5.If You Don’t Like Long School Bus Rides
Rashtrotthana Vidya Kendra, CMR national public school, United international school, Oasis International School, Legacy School and more offering CBSE and ICSE board education.
For higher education there’s Dr BR Ambedkar Medical College, United College, HKBK College of Engineering, Indian Academy Group Of Institutions, Aditya Institutions and more. Furthermore, Mount Carmel College is 20 minutes from Thanisandra.
6. If You Like The Word ‘Growth’: Upcoming Properties & Apartmetns for Sale
Things are looking up for Thanisandra real estate. Firstly, the main road is being expanded as an alternative road to Bangalore International Airport. The main road is expected to be widened to 100 feet and converted into a commercial space, connecting to the (also proposed) Peripheral Ring Road.
Real Estate giants like the Sobha Developers, Purvankara Group, Nikoo Homes have its projects in the area. Sobha Chrysanthemum and Sobha City, along with developers like ATZ Properties, Supertech, Mantri, Unishire, The Monarch Group (Monarch Serenity) and more are quickly developing the area. Karle Group, meanwhile, is also coming up with Karle Town Centre over 75 acres with retail, entertainment, SEZs and residential developments; while Nitesh Estates are developing Columbus Square and Central Park.
Thanisandra is also a part of the Bangalore Mahanagara Palike. As Bangalore develops towards the new airport, the area has seen an increase in cosmopolitan residents, NRIs, and expats.
Water supply and proper electrical facilities are constant across most of Thanisandra main road. However, few bi-lanes are yet to enjoy these amenities.
Thanisandra real estate offers units with sizes ranging from 907 sq. ft. – 1575 sq. ft and above. The average price of a home in Thanisandra is Rs. 4,800 per sq. ft. (Knight Frank: Residential Investment Advisory Report 2016)
Thanisandra has optimum employment opportunities, enhanced physical infrastructure and easy access to social infrastructure. This makes it one of the investment destinations in the city for the next five years (till 2020) with 55% appreciation. (Knight Frank: Residential Investment Advisory Report 2016)
If you’re looking for a home, Thanisandra should definitely hit your Google search box.