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LUXURY RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPEMENT - Off Thanisandra Main Road, Behind Manyata Tech Park - North Bangalore
1 and 3 bhk with all modern luxury amenities - Starting @35 Lakhs Only
Provident Harmony Overview
Provident Harmony Located off Thanisandra Main Road Offers 1 and 3 BHK Apartments Ranging 662 to1262 Sqft
Provident Harmony is located in Chokkanahalli, off Thanisandra Road, Bangalore and spread over 7 acres of land area with all modern Amenities. The apartments have been designed keeping in mind the mid income working population of Bangalore, with easy access to their work places amidst the hustle and bustle of modern city life.
There are 548 apartments on offer, with a well planned layout offering a good open space ratio and efficiency. There are 54 single bedroom apartments of 662 sq. ft. size, 36 three bedroom apartments of 1262 sq. ft. size and 458 three bedroom apartments of 1241 sq. ft. size. The amenities are well thought off and make this offering the best in the category.
Provident Harmony Location :
Provident Harmony Apartments in Bangalore Projects spread in 7-acre and located off Thanisandra Main Road in the North of Bangalore. Thanisandra is slated for development with the expansion of the main road as an alternative road to Bangalore International Airport (BIAL). The area is very close to the outer Ring Road and near Hebbal; and can be accessed from Nagavara Circle.
Thanisandra Main Road has now been widened to 100 feet and converted into a commercial axe; it will also be connected to the peripheral Ring Road; Manyata Technology Park is close to this area with the presence of MNC companies and IT Park. Thanisandra is now part of Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palika (BBMP). As the development of Bangalore city towards the new airport continues, many professionals have started inhabiting the area; water supply as well as proper electrical facilities extend through the entire stretch are available in apartments for sale in Bangalore on Thanisandra Main Road.
PROVIDENT HARMONY TOP FEATURES :
Children's Play Area
Swimming Pool and Toddler's Pool
Table Tennis AND Much More......
What is this life if full of care,
We have no time to stand and stare.
No time to stand beneath the boughs,
And stare as a long as sheep or cows.
-W H Davies
Realizing the need to return to nature and move away from the concrete jungle that is fast taking over life and living, Our latest apartment project, “The Tree by Provident” is a call to revive the greens. As someone reminiscences: ‘To me a lush carpet of pine needles or spongy grass is more welcome than the most luxurious Persian rug.’
The pre-launch of this residential project – The Tree by Provident – is born out of concern for the indiscriminate felling of trees and depletion of greenery resulting in the rapid decline of oxygen in Bangalore, a city once designated as the ‘Garden City’.
The Tree by Provident getting pre-launched in Herohalli, off Magadi Main Road in West Bangalore and will provide a host of amenities – club house, swimming pool , badminton court, and more. Set on a sprawling 6 acres of land it will house 560 homes. Located 7 kms from the Peenya Industrial area, this project is close to Tumkur Road and the Outer Ring Road and is within proximity to the prominent neighbourhoods of Malleswaram and Rajajinagar.
The core feature of this project is the creative landscaping to showcase more than 300 trees. A good reason why Provident is offering homes nestled amidst hundreds of flowering trees. With clean air and cool surroundings, these homes will ensure every family a peaceful and healthy living. With a wide range of amenities, strategic location and the promise of pure and serene surroundings, one can come home to a life that is “rooted” in the true sense of the word. To sit in the shade on a fine day and look upon unending greenery would be sheer bliss.
This project is a clarion call to revive the bounties of nature that once set Bangalore apart from other metros. As Khalil Gibran said: “Forget not that the earth delights to feel your bare feet and the winds long to play with your hair…” and against a backdrop of verdant hues.