Saturday, November 15, 2014

Sri Tirumala Splendor Multistorey Apartments Located off Silk Board, Bangalore offered with 3BHK Flats.

Sri Tirumala Splendor Multistorey Apartments Area Range 1359-1917 Sq.ft, Located off Silk Board, Bangalore offered with 3BHK Flats.

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Description:

Amigo offers state-of-the-art living conditions reflective of the rapid advancements in technology and a growing need for quality housing. Sri Tirumala Splendor is an esteemed and value added venture with safe and quality housing amenities at competitive prices. We maintain open communication with our customers in order to ensure the highest level of customer satisfaction and long lasting reputation.

Sri Tirumala Construction Company brings to you, Sri Tirumala Splendor — just off the up coming plush Metro — in a vibrant new community in BTM Layout’s most talked-about neighbourhood. Experience the best in city living, in luxuriously equipped tower residences that offer a whole new vantage on the skyline and the gorgeous urban landscape.

Sri Tirumala Splendor - an elegant 8-storeys of a dynamic community offers a sweeping view of the serene Madiwala Lake, a whole new take on the majestic flyover to the Electronic City and a front row seat to the view of the skyline from the Silk Board Junction to HSR Layout on one side and to Bannerghatta Road on the other.

Enjoy your surroundings waiting to let you focus on living your life. Relax and watch your children enjoy in the play area or tone up in the gym after a hard day’s work at office.

You also have an option of a leisurely boating experience with Your loved ones at the beautiful Madiwala Lake nearby or a refreshing walk in the parks of the vicinity waiting for you to explore.

Amenities:

Discerning buyers who relish style but demand substance know the difference a name makes.

The Builders and Promoters have spent decades developing luxury residential communities all over the country. Esteemed by industry peers and satisfied customers, its reputation is nothing less than sterling.

Two side open design.
Delightful view from all apartments.
Three automatic elevators in the entire complex.
Generator backup for parking, staircase, lifts and water pumps.
Rain water harvesting.
Fire fighting provisions.
Drip system for perennial greenery.
Power backup for each flat upto 1 KVA.


Which city to live?

People are nature's children, yet we create cities, highly unnatural assemblies of brick, concrete and steel - I had read this statement some time back but I do not recollect which urbanologist said this. A great majority of the people who live in the city are fettered with pressure of work. They have very little time to think of the way they can live. Yet sometimes, when one is caught in some tense situations, like a massive traffic jam or getting up at two in the morning to collect water from the municipal system one thinks, is this town the best
place to live?

Recently, two national weeklies, "India Today" and "Outlook - Money" carried articles giving the findings of the studies they carried out to arrive at the rankings of the places to live in. The article in India Today was on "Which are the Best and the Worst states of India" on the basis of quality of life and work. The article in the other weekly was on "Which are the Best cities to live in." For the readers of the Real state Reporters the studies are of immense value in making decisions about the places to live in, work or to invest. Earlier too there have been studies, but they were mostly confined to some specific purposes. Also they were based on hunches, expert views or interviews. For past few years a few foreign firms in real estate leasing like CB Richard Ellis Ltd, Jones Laing Lasalle have been regularly doing surveys to know about investment climate and trends in major metropolitan cities, mainly for their clients, since their post liberalization arrival.

Confederation of Indian Industries got a survey done recently but that was to find out most favourable climate from the investment point of view of industries. Rajeev Gandhi Institute of contemporary tudies too, I am told, carried out a study but that was to find the market condition, size and potentials. In both the studies, Delhi beats other metros hands down. But study conducted by OUTLOOK is different. It is to find out which city is better to live. By whom, may we ask? By all means. Market researchers have a particular jargon to defme this. They say most research done by them is for See A & B of the population. 

They are the people who had good education, enjoy steady income, their children go to English medium school, they love comforts, like to spend and dislike hassles. The rich have a place in every town. The poor have to eke out a living anywhere, any slum, any city where they can find a place to rest their head. The parameters for the study and the ranking were cushy jobs and income opportunities, finance network, prices of commodities of daily need, consumption levels, good housing, and safety from crime, transport, entertainment, pollution and weather. Quite a bagful.

The study considered 55 cities. The article goes on to describe how the data was collected and what weightage was given to each one of them. These are of interest to market researchers not for us, the see A & B crowd. Both S M Krishna and Chandrababu N aidugaru may explode in rage as neither Bangalore nor Hyderabad could get to the top. The pride of the place goes to Chandigarh. The credit, of course, goes to Le Corbusier and his Colleague Jenre, its designers who laid it out with a great vision of the future and the spirit of Punjabi who has a Zest for living and wants to live well. For living well a Punjabi can go to any extent and if required disciplines himself. That's why they form the bulk of army.

A westerner whichever assignment he is given makes through job of it. He places a great importance on planning. He collects substantial amount of data. The designers of Chandigarh studied climate, topography, natural wealth of the region, habits and idiosyncrasies of the people who are likely to inhabit the city and accommodated all of them. First and foremost I must mention Corbusier took a pledge from the government that there will be no personal statues in the city. Not stopping at it he also got it engraved in stone and got it embedded in the city hall. He knew what a great idolaters we are! One has to go around our Vidhana Soudha to observe how statues are springing up on the lawns. I have seen also statues of Anna, Gandhi, etc., in dilapidated conditions in many of the southern towns, definitely eyesores in busy places.

He has laid out the city in grid pattern with very wide arterial roads and got them paved fully at the start. He made sectors of habitation look inwards i.e. no house or building has a front on the arterial roads. He knew how we encroach roads at the front. Bazaars were tucked into the heart of the sectors so that the chaos remains deep with in; Created green strips all along the city and forbade vehicles in them; Placed parks along natural valleys and fenced to prevent slums springing along them; dammed a seasonal rivulet to create a lake for recreational purpose. He also undertook a pledge from the Government that there will be no polluting industries in or near the town.


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