Placing Hyderabad On The Global Map

Published on April 25, 2018


With Hyderabad ranked as the most liveable city in India for the fourth time in a row and emerging as one of the most important IT hubs of South India, it is now set to grow further with added government impetus.

Read on to know more about what Hyderabad has in store for you.

Making Hyderabad a Metropolitan 

One of the most attractive features of the city now is the metro rail project. One phase of the fully functional metro stretch commences from Nagole and concludes at Miyapur. It is a 30 kilometre stretch with 24 stations is carrying lakhs of passengers every day.

The metro is a major breakthrough to address the traffic woes in the Nawabi city and will also make the commute for IT professionals, MNC employees, start-up thought leaders and common folk, easy.

The Hyderabad Metro Rail not only curtails commutation issues but also entices more multinational companies to invest in this City of Pearls. Experts believe that this is the right time to invest in Hyderabad to experience travel convenience and luxurious standard of living.

Making Hyderabad a Startup Destination

The T-Hub in Hyderabad was bricked with an aspiration of making it one of the top -10 startup incubators in the world by 2020.

T-Hub is a co-working space fully supported by the government of Telangana. It brings together diverse ideas, people and communities to create and innovate. The T-Hub is emerging as the largest startup incubator in India and is a catalyst for innovative and groundbreaking creations.

So, if you have a creative gene in you that is waiting to explode, Hyderabad’s T-Hub should be your watering hole.

Making Roads Fly Over Your Head 

The Telangana government had kick-started 2018 with a big bucket of goodies in store for Hyderabad. With the vision of taking roadways in Hyderabad up a notch, many top-echelon road development projects, have been initiated by the government.

As a part of the Strategic Road Development Plan (SRDP), the Municipal Administration & Urban Development Minister inaugurated an underpass between Ayyappa society and Kondapur. The Rs 44 crore underpass is first of the 24 SRDPs to be completed at a total cost of Rs 22,000 crore.

Not just that, five SRDP projects proposed at the Mindspace-Biodiversity corridor would be ready by December 2018 and would be constructed at a total cost of Rs 379 crore.

At the LB Nagar corridor, seven SRDPs are planned to be constructed, of which four would be completed by the year-end.

Be a Hyderabad denizen and experience smooth road travel.

Making Hyderabad a Global City 

The Telangana government is drafting a blueprint to make the Nawabi city a truly global city. A budget of more than Rs 20,000 crore will be spent in various sectors to make Hyderabad ‘the IT place’ of India.

In fact, Gachibowli area has been rated among the top 10 hotspots for investment and has emerged as the heart of ‘new city’.

Placed strategically at the centre of all development, Gachibowli houses IT parks, entertainment centres, exquisite cafes etc. and is the new address for luxury and a lavish lifestyle.  

Not just that, investing your money in Gachibowli is a guarantee for great returns. If you are wondering how to narrow down the search in Gachibowli, take a look at The Botanika that offers a scenic view of the 120-acre Botanical Garden; an infinity pool and a luxurious spa, a mini theatre & a community of equally accomplished neighbours.

The destination to all this and more is The Botanika, built for the Hyderabad’s finest.  

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