Birla Estates Launches its Maiden Housing Project in Bengaluru


Leading realty developer Birla Estates recently expanded its leg by announcing the launch of their maiden housing project ‘Birla Alokya’ in Bengaluru. The residential project is located on Soukya Road, Whitefield which is a popular and premium realty micro-market in Silicon city.

Birla Alokya is a low-density housing project which is spread across 7.8 acres of area and comprises of exclusive 218 villaments. These luxury units are well-fitted with all the modern-day amenities that give residents a perfect lifestyle. Moreover, the villaments are fully automated with smart features like a smart lock, voice-controlled technology wherein living room lights, fans; TV, etc. are connected to smart speakers.

Speaking on the launch of the project, K. T. Jithendran, CEO, Birla Estates, said, “This project is a part of our expansion plan across the country. Birla Alokya is located in one of the most premium localities of the Bengaluru i.e. Whitefield. With most of the IT hubs located in the vicinity, we are expecting a good flow of investors and homebuyers in our project. The project will also help the buyers in earning high returns on investment in the future.”

Birla Alokya offers over 30 lifestyle amenities that are thoughtfully planned keeping the comfort of residents in mind. Some of these facilities include grand 15000 sq ft clubhouse, gym, virtual gaming room, magnificent pool deck, walking track, climbing wall, paint wall and an exclusive park for the pets.

The project is also termed as sustainable in various terms like the presence of rainwater harvesting management, an organic waste convertor for compostable waste management and others. It also has recharging points for electric cars. Many drought-tolerant local tree species will also be panted in the project to make the landscape self-sufficient and efficient.

Besides Bengaluru, the group has also planned to foray into the property markets of Mumbai Metropolitan Region and Delhi NCR in the coming years.