Golden Oak, a 20 acre development located right on the investment hotspot Malur. Consider some of these facts-Proximity to the 6-lane Super-highway to Chennai – this would reduce the travelling time between the two cities considerably. The proposed Satellite Township Ring Road (STRR) covering 284 km will connect the important Satellite towns around Bangalore. And not to mention, the Intermediate Ring Road (IRR) covering 188 km, also connects Malur.
Malur Satellite Town
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Golden Oak is located in Malur Satellite Town, in between the twin cities Bangalore and Hosur, sprawled across 20 lush acres that combines serenity of nature and modern amenities to give you a complete place of recreational and residential facilities of high standards.
Golden Oak – Phase 1 will be home to a close –knit community of 168 happy families. which is Malur Planning Authority approved residential plots in various dimensions are available where you can build your dream home. Golden Oak with over 45% open spaces are dedicated to infrastructure, civic amenities and recreational activities that have an aura of class and sophistication at affordable prices.
The project is placed just 10 km from Narsapura and 17 KM from Chikka Thirupathi, which gives it a very easy accessibility to the NH7 (thus putting much of Bangalore and Hosur within an easy commute). It’s distance of just 29 km from Sarjapur and 28 Km from ITPL making much of Bangalore easily reachable from her
In the last few months, land prices in Malur have witnessed tremendous growth of at least 25 per cent. Malur , which till recently was a small part of the city is now being rated as a good area with great potential by developers and investors. Thanks to aggressive investment plans by the government of Karnataka. The other reason for such a spike in real estate prices is Narasapura and Malur Industrial Areas. The government has declared Narasapura as an auto hub of Karnataka.
Narasapura Industrial Area located in Kolar district is approximately 50 KMS from Bangalore( 10 kms from Malur). KIADB has proposed to develop a massive industrial township in three phases. For the first phase, it has acquired 685 acres of land and 1480 acres of land for the second phase and for the third phase, it has identified 2000 acres of land. Honda two wheelers and Volvo have already found home here and few companies to follow are Mahindra and Mahindra aerospace, Bando India, Scania by Volkswagen is planning for an assembly unit and Volvo plans its expansion too. The government expects to generate at least 1,00,000 jobs from these companies. DVG Bangalore university has plans to have its base in Hoskote, the campus in Hoskote will be spread over 150 acres and will have all infrastructure, including adequate faculty and other amenities.
These aggressive plans and investments have been backed by good infrastructure too. The government recently inaugurated a BMTC bus depot. Good road planning has taken a precedent here. The proposed Satellite Township Ring Road (STRR) covering 284 km will connect Hoskote with other important satellite towns around Bangalore. The 6 lane highway to Chennai starts at Hoskote. Locally, Hoskote has good connection to important parts of Bangalore. Budigere road connects Hoskote to BIAL in 30 minutes. Same goes with Malur which is close to Hosur ( 33 kms) and Sarjapur (31Kms) other hubs in there own terms.