Superior connectivity to arterial roads and proximity to major business clusters, is turning KR Puram into one of the fastest growing property hubs of East Bangalore. This demand is set to increase manyfold once the proposed Peripheral Ring Road and more metro stations are in place.

Krishna Raja Puram or KR Puram, is one of the main focal points in Bangalore. Located on the Old Madras Road (OMR), around 15 kilometers from Bangalore City, KR Puram has one of the major railway stations in Bangalore and provides easy road access to the International Airport. It is ideally located close to the IT corridor of Whitefield, Hebbal, OuterRing Road (ORR) and industrial region of Hoskote.

Recent news analyses predicted a rise in demand for office space in Bangalore by over 44.4 million sft, in the next five years. As much as 60 % of the predicted demand is said to move towards the North and East corridors of the city, which is at ideal distance from KR Puram.

The realty statistics around KR Puram has always been bullish with a 200% growth in inventory of apartment units, from 2,000 (in 2007) to 8,000 (in 2013). Residential layouts too are popular in this area with many independent houses still coming up in large numbers.

KR Puram retains its zen charm even amidst all this hustle. Due to the presence of KR Puram lake (Vengayyana kere) and Yele Mallappa Shetty lake, one of the largest lakes in Bangalore, there is a lot of greenery and bird population around this area. Further evidence can be found in some of the oldest temples in this area like Mahabaleshwara, Rama, Kote Venkataramana and Kashi Vishweshwara temples.

Good physical and social infrastructure, superior connectivity and great communities make KR Puram an ideal place to live in Bangalore. You too can live the “connected life” withFortius Waterscape, just 500m off OMR.