- Land Parcel : 4.3 Acres
- Towers : 3 (2B+G+32) | Units : 716
- Possession : DEC 2024
Bhartiya city Nikko Homes is a luxury residential apartments project comprising 1, 2, 3 and 4 bedroom residences & Duplex Homes located at Thanisandra Main Road, Bangalore. Imagine life in a home that meets all of your everyday needs. At home where every inch has been considered and crafted to the highest level. There's room for you to grow and the scope for change. More than a home, it’s a place to call your own.
|1 BHK||675 - 977 sq.ft. (Area)||46 Lacs* Onwards|
|2 BHK||1069 - 1361 sq.ft. (Area)||71 Lacs* Onwards|
|3 BHK||1574 - 1834 sq.ft. (Area)||1 Cr* Onwards|
|4 BHK||2488 sq.ft. (Area)||1.7 Cr* Onwards|
Indoor Squash Court
Indoor badmanton Court
Jogging & strolling track
Bhartiya City Nikoo Homes Phase 4 is a residential project by Bhartiya Group. Located at Thanisandra Main Road, Bangalore. The builders planned this development beside Bhartiya City, because the old project Bhartiya City gained more popularity in this superb location. Thanisandra Main Road which comes under North Bangalore is close to the outer ring road, the main IT hub Manyata Technology Park, and many schools and hospitals. MNC companies in this area had greatly contributed to the real estate developments around this area.
We believe that good design makes people happy. This simple, yet humble truth wasn’t something we learnt overnight. Rewind back to 1987. Bhartiya Group had just started designing leather apparel and accessories for the fashion conscious. A tough market to crack, it wasn’t long before the chicest designs from our studios in Milan were being adapted by brands like Hugo Boss, Armani, Zara and Mango. From designer bags to well-cut jackets, our team had an eye for detail and a talent for beautiful design.
With a newly found fashion-tycoon status, Bhartiya’s founder, Snehdeep Aggarwal was fortunate enough to travel to the world’s finest cities. It’s what caught his eye on the streets of Munich, Florence and London that became the inspiration behind the Bhartiya vision. Cities where people cycled to work safely and even the common man could afford a home.