Tata Housing Project – Triggering Bangalore Real Estate

Bangalore real estate is all set to add a new chapter in its profile by reframing the infrastructural design of the city. The IT triggered city is soon to revolutionize the real estate industry by constructing the tallest building. Tata Housing Development Co. Ltd is coming with their new residential project which is going to be a tallest grade A building.

A 32 Storey residential apartment is planned to be constructed at HMT near Jalahalli. The project is named as Aquila Heights is luxury apartment housing for the elite class of people. With this news Bangalore real estate markets already experienced some activity. Bangalore properties are witnessing some price hike as the residential values across the nearby localities are appreciated.

The project spreading over 6.3 acres of land is designed by Singapore based architects Ong and Ong Ltd. The structural design is such that approximately 89% area is left as open space. The project is estimated to complete by 2010. Huge amount of investments are being made by the investors and foreign investments can also be seen.

The luxury apartment is designed to facilitate the premium class and is featured with the all comfortable as well as lavish amenities. Features such as TV monitored lobby, video doors phones, outdoor fitness area, boom gate, space for billiards, badminton, gym, table tennis, kids playing area, swimming pool etc. Interiors of the apartment is constructed to give a superior finish and to give a perfection touch. Use of vitrified tiles on the floor, acrylic paint, aluminum glazed windows etc are the few parameters taken in account.

Bangalore Real Estate Builders [http://www.magicbricks.com/property/search/p/builder/p~p!src~builderSearch!ct~3327!/_Bangalore-builder.html] are saying that investment in Aquila height is going fetch high returns in coming years as the project is related to the sense of pride to live in the tallest building in Bangalore. With all this Bangalore property is again ready to set an infrastructural trend in the country.