Bengaluru commonly known as Bangalore is the capital city of the South Indian state Karnataka. Bangalore after Mumbai and Delhi is the most populated city with the fastest growth rate in the country. With the rapid growth in both the industrial and service sector, it is one of the most sought after cities. Real estate in Bangalore is highly in demand and driven by the end user.
The emergence of the outer ring road has expanded the city allowing IT companies to take up large parts of prime real estate in Bangalore in places like Whitefield and Electronic City taking away pressure from Central Business Districts like MG Road.
Bangalore is well connected to cities in Karnataka as well as cities in other states.
National highway 4 runs from the West to the South connecting Bangalore to Mumbai, Pune and Chennai.
National Highway 7 runs from the North and the South connecting Bangalore to Uttar Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, and Telangana.
NH 209 runs through the south connecting Bangalore and Tamil Nadu.
Bengaluru International Airport situated in Devanahalli is the fourth busiest in the country. South Western Railways covers most the railways lines in Karnataka.
Bangalore City Railway Station and Yeshwantpur Junction are two of the most important stations for local as well as national travel.
Five industries that drive Bangalore's economy IT, Biotechnology, Telecom, small and medium industrial parks and large establishments by public sector companies.
Bangalore is considered the fourth largest technology cluster after cities like San Francisco, Boston and London.
With the presence of leading IT companies like Infosys, Microsoft, Dell, IBM, Accenture etc. more than two thirds of the jobs available arise from this sector.
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