Until 2005, Jalahalli was the last known suburb of the North-Western region of Bengaluru. Jalahalli’s only significance to the metropolis was its proximity to the Peenya Industrial Area, the Air Force station and the Yeshwanthpur Railway station. The former is one of Asia’s largest industrial areas, while the latter is the city’s second largest railway station. Jalahalli is flanked by Dasarahalli, Nagasandra, Peenya, Peenya Industrial Area and BEL.
Jalahalli’s Greenery Complemented by Vaishnavi Gardenia
Jalahalli remains one of Bengaluru’s less congested, open and green areas. An estimated 25% of the region is covered by greenery which includes a number of parks and green spaces. Thankfully, the only similarity between Jalahalli of the yesteryears and Jalahalli of today is that the region has been able to maintain its greenery despite witnessing large scale urbanisation. The Hesaraghatta Main Road which serves as a great cycling trail also makes for a great drive, depending on one’s preference.
Vaishnavi Gardenia by Vaishnavi Group is an ongoing residential development in Jalahalli. This garden-themed premium project offers 1, 2 and 3 BHK apartments. This gated community offers a range of luxury and daily amenities such as sports facilities, multipurpose room, clubhouse, rain-water harvesting, landscaped gardens, swimming pool, children’s play arena, a gymnasium and lots of green landscaped spaces. The lush project complements the areas abundantly green environment and its much cleaner air, compared to other more populated suburbs of Bengaluru.
Social Infrastructure in Jalahalli
Homebuyers like to invest in locations that offer a wide array of social infrastructure especially in terms of education and healthcare. Jalahalli is blessed with a number of renowned educational institutions such as Sapthagiri Engineering College, Sapthagiri Medical College, Acharya Institutes, Orchid International School, Cluny Convent, Kendriya Vidyalaya, Ashok International Public School and Institute of International Media Studies among others. Similarly, hospitals such as Sapthagiri Medical Hospital, People Tree, BEL Hospital, Eskay Healthcare and Columbia Asia Hospital are also located close by.
Living close to the workplace is big on the wish list of prospective homebuyers. Jalahalli enjoys good proximity and accessibility to numerous office hubs such as Manyata Tech Park (13 km), Kirloskar Tech Park (14 km) and the Peenya Industrial Area (4 km). The Kempegowda International Airport (37 km) is accessible via Hebbal (13 km).
Malls & marketplaces for shopping and entertainment needs such as Vaishnavi Sapphire Mall, Orion Mall, Rockline Mall are also located in close proximity. The Bengaluru International Exhibition Centre (BIEC), which hosts national and international events, conferences and concerts is located a kilometre away from Jalahalli. The world-renowned ISKCON temple is located 4 km from Jalahalli. A number of vegetable markets are located nearby where people from nearby villages come to sell fresh, home-grown vegetables which are available at cheaper prices.
Seamless Connectivity Aided By Namma Metro
Jalahalli’s moment of recognition came with the launch of the Namma Metro. The Metro completely transformed the region as it was able to connect the locality and areas around it such as Chikkabanavara and Nagasandra to central Bengaluru. One could board the train from Jalahalli or Dasarahalli and reach Majestic (25 minutes), KR market (34 minutes), Lalbagh (38 minutes), Jaya Nagar (42 minutes), and Yelachenahalli (50 minutes) via the Green Line. Similarly, the central areas of M.G. Road (38 minutes), Indiranagar (45 minutes), Baiyappanahalli (50 minutes) and many others are easily accessible on the Purple Line. The Metro has completely transformed the region’s connectivity for good which is further aided by the city’s BMTC buses, auto-rickshaws and app-based cabs (Ola, Uber etc). Also, AC buses to the airport are available round-the-clock.
Further, Jalahalli is located on NH 4 which connects Mumbai and Pune to Bengaluru and Chennai. The NICE road (3 km) can be taken to travel to Mysore. The NICE Road has exit points at Electronic City, Mysore Road, Bannerghatta Road and Tumkur Road. Further, Old Madras Road is just 5-8 minutes away from Jalahalli Cross. A KSRTC bus stand for inter-city travel is located a kilometre away from Jalahalli Cross.
The Metro fixed the region’s connectivity and attracted a large number of residential developments. Gradually, Jalahalli’s improved connectivity reduced the travel time to the office hubs of World Trade Centre, Manyata Tech Park and industrial hubs of Peenya Industrial Area and Kirloskar Tech Park. Hence, more homebuyers have moved to this well-connected suburb.
Jalahalli is attracting a lot of interest in homebuyer circles owing to the advantageous location and the seamless connectivity it offers at affordable rates. The Namma Metro has vastly improved connectivity of the region and has, in turn, brought all major centres of the city closer to it. Additionally, Jalahalli’s proximity to nature has attracted homebuyers who like to live in open spaces with minimal congestion and traffic. This is going to further enhance Jalahalli’s chances of being the future homebuyer’s next destination.
Vaishnavi Gardenia appeals to those homebuyers looking for a quality and modern development towards North West of Bengaluru.