Wednesday, June 25, 2014

ICON Sanctuary Villas for sale Located in Sarjapur, Bangalore available with 3BHK Villas.

ICON Sanctuary Villas Area Range 1662-2015 Sq.ft Located in Sarjapur, Bangalore available with 3BHK Villas.


ICON Sanctuary – Preparing to set a new landmark in Sarjapur

ICON is getting ready to create a landmark villa housing in sarjapur. Coming up with 3 BHK luxurious lifestyle habitat of hi-end villas in a tranquil location. It opens up a world of fun with all ultra modern amenities, infrastructure and unmatched recreation facilities.

Being strategically located in sarjapur, these villas are surrounded with international schools like Indus International school, Oakridge International school, Greenwood High, St Patrick Academy etc. Located in amidst lush green landscape, but not far from the daily life needs. BMTC bus stop is in convenient distance, so does the shopping area. Also it is 15 mins drive to Wipro corporate office and 20 mins to reach Forum value mall, whitefield.

You can take for granted, owning a villa here fills your life with joy in most unique and luxurious way. The structures and elevations were so aesthetically designed and ICON promises to execute those with utmost care as does in our other projects. So you will remember for the years to come.
Main Entry
Children's play area
jogging track
Cricket Pitch
Palm Plaza
Skating rink
Badminton court
Tennis court....etc


Too many business in central residential areas 

BANGALORE: More apartments in Bangalore South and East are coming up closer to suburban, BBMP limits than within mainstream City spaces owing to high number of business establishments in esidential areas of Jayanagar, Koramangala and Indiranagar.

At least six to eight projects in the last two months have come up closer to suburban areas in these zones. The Confederation of Real Estate Developers’ Association of India (Credai) Bangalore President Nagaraj Reddy told Deccan Herald that residents in Jayanagar, Koramangala and Indiranagar have been seeking  apartments unable to cope with higher number of outlets.

Says Reddy: "Too many shops and companies have come up in these residential spaces: This has increased traffic and people in the areas. We have had Queries from residents seeking good, well-to-do apartments to live in quiet spaces. While I agree commercialization began in the late 90s and early 2000, in the last three years, commercialization has intensified compared with earlier levels. Residents have put up with this, but off late many feel the need for living in self-contained apartments even if located a little away from City centre. These are mostly middle-aged to elderly people who don't need to travel too much. But there are youngsters too who have approached us for property choices." 

A resident of Jayanagar 8th block, close to Sarakki, Mahendra Kumar has moved to Kanakpura Road lose to Konanakunte in Bangalore South. His explanation is simple: "We were close to J P Nagar 6th Phase and Jayanagar 8th Block. The area now has a number of shops and restaurants which has brought in more traffic and people. Our family decided to move on to the interiors just Off Konanakunte." A trend seen in these areas is parts of houses are let out to software companies, fabric shops, and in some cases where houses are old and demolished, restaurants, jewellery stores, and textile outlets have come up, like in an Iyengar household on Jayanagar 4th Block main road which made way for a showroom. Old residences are under pressure to be sold, which are then demolished and new outlets established on the same site. Jayanagar 5th Block is also an example - many households have converted part of their houses into commercial ventures.

In Indiranagar too, close to 100 ft road, four-floored residences are coming up in which one entire floor is reserved for office space with built-in parking. The rent from the office within a residential set-up helps repay loans and balance family requirements. Entire houses have been demolished and restaurants have been set up on 100 ft road. CMH Road close to 100 ft road is packed with shops. This has resulted in apartments moving from City centre spaces towards suburbs. While residents have moved to apartments in the past, new residents too are moving out, according to Credai, because newer commercial outlets are coming in. Apartment complexes are coming up on tile ring road and just beyond in Bangalore East.

Koramangala has an ambience similar to Jayanagar and Indiranagar, The 80 ft road is completely commercial and the area behind St John's Hospital is replete with restaurants. Many residents have moved to Sarjapur. A resident in one of the apartment complexes, Shravanti Gupta, says Koramangala has turned out to be busier than what it was three years back. "Traffic, people, showrooms, Hotels, restaurants are aplenty in Korarnangala. The main areas are crowded while the edge of Koramangala is ok. In any case when I got an offer from the apartment to live closer to Sarjapur Main Road, I took it up. It's self-contained living now." For more apartments to come up in the central areas of residential localities, old properties alone will have to make way for them as newer properties are here to stay for long.
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