Inarguably, the single most important factor determining the value of an apartment is its location. The value of a location expresses how attractive the territory is for living purposes and how attractive the mobility from the location is for the individual. Whitefield in East Bangalore is one of the most sought-after locations with proper access to all the basic amenities.
Provident Botanico is located at Soukya Raod in Whitefield, East Bangalore. Whitefield is a major IT hub in Bangalore, housing numerous tech parks and corporate offices. This proximity is ideal for professionals working in the IT sector, reducing commute times and enhancing work-life balance.
Provident Botanico’s address is Soukya Road, Kacharakanahalli, Whitefield, Bangalore, 562114. Whitefield is one of Bangalore’s major IT focal points, with major IT and Tech Parks nested in this locality.
The connectivity of a location to various amenities and transportation options can significantly impact its desirability and long-term value. Connectivity is an integral feature that satisfies tenants’ requirements and needs.
Provident Botanico is strategically located on Soukya Road, Whitefield, in East Bangalore, having well-set-up access to every other part. The residents can easily access all modes of transportation. Transportation is a very easy task for the commuters here.
The project location offers easy accessibility to the airport through NH 648 and SH 104. The commuters can choose a proper route with less traffic and reach their destination easily.
On October 9, 2023, the BMRCL opened the Bangalore metro’s 43-km purple line, connecting Challaghatta to Kadugodi (Whitefield). It enabled the metro connectivity of the project location, which is an added advantage to the residents.
The project location offers good connectivity to Bangalore’s major Railway stations. Rail transport helps connect to different parts of the state or nation.
The project location is very well connected with all the BMTC bus stops. City buses are frequent to every corner of Bengaluru, and using public transportation is cost-effective and will reduce the traffic.
The residents can also choose cab services. The project location offers seamless options for cab services throughout the day. Commuters can easily access cab services at any time of the day.
ITPL – 9.4 km
Located 18 km from the city centre, ITPB is a significant IT hub and iconic emblem for the Indian IT sector. It features 69 crores of integrated development, coworking office spaces, retail malls, hotels, and tech parks. The ITPB view in Night Times is amazing; it looks and feels like Silicon Valley and is like living in the US.
ISKCON temple – 16.2 km
ISKCON Temple in Karnataka is home to Lord Sri Krishna’s largest worldwide devotional shrine. This temple is devoted to Hindu gods, and the administration will commemorate eighteen main festivals of Lord Sri Radha Krishna and his Vedic culture on occasion. The day begins with the Mangal Aarti and ends with the worship of Tulasi Devi.
The temple shows the neoclassical style of architecture, which is why ISKCON Temple-Bangalore has been credited as the largest Iskcon complex in the world.
Sheelavantha Kere - 18 Km
Sheelavantha Kere, also known as Sheelavantha Lake in English, is one of the many lakes in the Silicon City. It is widely regarded as one of the cleanest lakes in the city and is famous for its spectacular views, particularly during morning and evening.
Visitors who come to this lake can also spot a few species of birds. The spot is easily accessible via various modes of transportation such as buses, taxis, cabs, tuk-tuks, or private vehicles.
Kadugodi Tree Park - 18 Km
The Kadugodi forest was gifted to the government by the former Maharajas of Mysore in 1896. It was declared as forest land later on. The original area of the Kadugodi plantation is around 711 acres, out of which only 26 acres will be transformed into a tree park.
Varthur Lake - 18 Km
It is an artificial lake in Bengaluru. It was constructed by the Ganga Empire 1000 years ago. This lake has played an essential role in maintaining water resources for irrigation.
Lalbagh Botanical Garden – 20 km
Lalbagh Botanical Garden boasts an array of vibrant colours and exquisite plants with a 200-year history. Before the Indian Independence era, the garden was overseen by multiple British Superintendents after Hyder Ali had initially designed and set it out. It covered a large area—roughly 240 acres—with over 1000 species.
It is the best Horticulture Garden for botanical tours and scientific studies. India’s largest collection of tropical plants and subtropical plants was placed in this garden.
Whitefield is a neighbourhood in Bengaluru established in 1882 by Mysore Maharaja Chamaraja Wodeyar for the Eurasians and Anglo-Indians to settle down. Whitefield is situated on Bangalore’s eastern outskirts adjacent to Budigere, KR Puram and Sarjapur.
The location has gained prominence recently due to its proximity to many IT centres. The area is popular for young people interested in its high quality of life. This has led to augmented demand for real estate in the area.
Whitefield is a preferred residential destination for people working in various IT parks situated within the locality and along the IT corridor of Outer Ring Road (ORR). Furthermore, the social development in the area has improved significantly with the construction of new schools and hospitals.
The locality is well-connected to the rest of the city, mainly through the SH-35, Whitefield Main Road, Old Airport Road and Whitefield Railway Station. Moreover, Whitefield is the first tech corridor to be connected by Namma Metro, connecting Whitefield in the east and Kengeri in the west.
The area’s connectivity has improved thanks to well-established highways and the Namma Metro Purple Line operation, providing smooth city transportation. The locality has strong connectivity throughout the city and is near major roads.
Kempegowda International Airport is very near to the Whitefield. The distance between the airport to Whitefield is 25.9 km. It takes hardly 45 minutes to reach the airport. You can easily access the spot through buses, taxis, cabs and private vehicles.
There are two major four-lane roads connecting Bangalore city with Whitefield
Both roads intersect with Karnataka State Highway 35 (SH 35), which runs North to South. (Siddlaghatta in the north to Anekal in the south).
On October 9, 2023, the metro connectivity was made operational. The Purple Line, which runs from Whitefield to Challaghatta, now has 37 stations, providing complete connectivity from the southwest of Challaghatta to the east of Whitefield. It only takes about 30 minutes to reach Whitefield from Majestic via the metro.
Major Metro Stations on Purple Line Metro:
Kempegowda International Airport is 40 km away from Provident Botanico. Due to well-established roads, the travelling time is just 1 hour from the project location.
The project location offers easy connectivity to major schools, hospitals, shopping centres, IT parks and all other basic amenities. The residents can easily access all of those with the help of well- developed roads, flyovers and other physical infrastructure.
The project has good road connectivity through a network of roads and flyovers. It has a good railway network, and the upcoming metro will improve the transport further. The project is near the airport and has a good air network for business travellers.
Many IT Companies and Tech Parks are near Provident Botanico in Whitefield. Some are ITPL, Prestige Group Tech Park and Kalyani Tech Park.
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