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Micro Market & Trends in Whitefield Bangalore




Whitefield a neighborhood established in the late 1800s as a settlement for Eurasians & Anglo Indians of Bangalore, Named after D S White remained a quiet settlement until early 1990, with residents mostly involved in agricultural pursuits.


The IT boom in Bangalore made this quaint place a centre for well renowned IT & ITES companies having a strong foothold in Whitefield while supporting the entire globe with its tech-savvy population, As a result, to support this ever booming tech culture and to bring in world-class amenities from uber-luxury hotels to niche restaurants, world-class shopping complexes, Health care centers and state of the art educational institutions, Whitefield offers more than what it is perceived for. The locality is well connected with Transport facilities and upcoming metro projects will only make it accessible to the heartland of Bangalore with minimum travel time. Whitefield has now evolved to be a self-sustained development.


The entire region has changed significantly over the last two decades, owing primarily to Bengaluru's growth as a major IT-ITeS hub. Many multinational companies have come to Whitefield as a result of the establishment of the Export Promotion Industrial Park (EPIP) and the International Tech Park Bangalore (ITPB). EPIP and ITPB both host offices of reputable global IT-ITeS businesses, and such rapid growth has converted Whitefield's quiet catchment into Bengaluru's busy and crowded Peripheral Business District (PBD).


Whitefield has become a popular residential suburb of Bengaluru due to a thriving commercial office market, excellent connection to other parts of the city, and the expansion of the academic system, five-star hotels, malls, and a number of high-rise buildings in the surrounding neighborhoods.


INFRASTRUCTURE, CONNECTIVITY TO MAINLAND, AND SOCIAL LIFE


Whitefield is well-connected to the rest of Bengaluru via Whitefield Road, which extends via Mahadevapura, and Varthur Road (HAL Old Airport Road), which runs through Marathahalli. Karnataka State Highway 35 (SH-35), which travels north-south, intersects both roads (Siddlaghatta in the north to Anekal in the south).


The train station in Whitefield is easily accessible and connects the region to the rest of the country. Whitefield also has substantial city bus connectivity, with Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation providing a wide range of services (BMTC). EPIP has a functioning Traffic and Transit Management Centre (TTMC) with scheduled buses connecting Whitefield to other sections of the city.


Phase II of Namma Metro's east-west line, which currently ends at Byappanahalli, is expected to be extended until the ITPB in Whitefield. This 14-station line will considerably improve Whitefield's connectivity with the rest of the city. Once operational, metro rail will dramatically reduce reliance on roadways and help to decongest the region.


World-Class Shopping Experience


In the surrounding neighborhoods, you'll find shopping malls including The Forum Neighborhood Mall, Phoenix Market City, Park Square Mall, and Inorbit Mall, as well as entertainment centres like IONA Entertainment.


Super Specialty Hospitals



The major super-specialty hospitals in Whitefield include Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Medical Sciences, Vydehi Institute of Medical Sciences, and Research Centre.


FACTORS THAT CONTRIBUTE TO THE GROWTH OF WHITEFIELD.


  • The extension of the metro rail line to Whitefield will improve the region's future growth potential greatly.

  • Physical infrastructure improvements, such as the proposed eight-line Peripheral Ring Road (PRR) and the flyover on The Outer Ring Road (ORR), will increase access to Whitefield and facilitate traffic movement from workplaces to residential clusters.

  • The Whitefield planning district has been designated as a priority region for IT-related activity mixed with residential development in the 2015 Bangalore Master Plan.

  • Hoodi village in Whitefield, Bagur village in Hoskote taluk, and Devarabeesanahalli, Boganahalli, and Bellandur in Varthur are all planning IT special economic zones (SEZs) encompassing over 250 acres.

GEO LOCATION




EAST BANGALORE MICRO MARKETS


  • Outer Ring Road

  • Whitefield

  • Sarjapur

  • Varthur

  • Kadugodi

  • Old Madras Road

  • Soukya Road

To Summaries - Whitefield Market is promising thanks to new project announcements, a self-sustaining center with a special economic zone, IT corridors, office space, world-class shopping malls, international education centers, and health care, as well as outstanding connectivity to the international airport.


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