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  BGRT brings to India’s IT capital the combined resources of leading Indian and global
Research institutions across diverse fields
Bangalore is the IT capital of India and Whitefield is its nerve centre.
Strategically located in the Whitefield IT Corridor just 19 kms from Bangalore CBD with multiple access via three major arterial roads: Old Madras Road/Whitefield Road/ proposed Peripheral Ring Road. Also well connected by rail and road. Express Highway to Bangalore International Airport further enhances accessibility.

Walk to Work Concept

BGRT has been conceived to complement large number of residential units coming up in its vicinity, promoting a ‘Walk to Work’ culture. The expansive facility amid an entire neighbourhood of residential development provides tremendous benefits and generates a positive impact on the environment.

Bangalore – Global Hub for Industry & Academia

Premier institutions of research & higher learning, among them the internationally recognised Indian Institute of Science, are located in Bangalore. In addition, several Public Sector companies, Corporates and MNCs’ have also established their offices in this city, spanning industries from IT, Telecom, Biotechnology, Pharmaceuticals, Automobiles to Nano Technology and more.
  Bangalore – Global Hub for Research & Development
  Bangalore is also becoming the Global Hub for Research & Development. After IT trail blazer Texas Instruments set up its R&D centers in Bangalore way back in 1986, many other reputed MNCs have followed occupying in excess of 45 million sq ft.
  To name a few:
  GE Global Research
   (John F Welch Technology Centre)
SAP Labs R&D Centre
Intel Global Research Centre
Philips innovation Centre
Robert Bosch India Research Centre
Siemens AG Telecommunications
   Research Centre
General Motors Global Research Centre
SHELL Global Technology Centre
Oracle India Development Centre
CISCO Systems R&D Centre
YAHOO India R&D Centre
Hewlett-Packard Research Centre
Daimler Chrysler Research Centre
Motorola India Research Lab
Unilever (R&D) Centre
  Construction Industry in India
  Rising demand from the technology sector, demographic shift (increased disposable income and urbanization), suburban development models and favorable government policies have greatly stimulated the Indian real estate construction sector. This exponentially growing segment is expected to attract investments close to INR 508 billion over the next three years. With development rapidly spreading to Tier 2, Tier 3 cities and suburban locations within Tier 1 cities to take advantage of low real estate prices and higher availability of space, this sector is forecasted for sustainable, long term growth.

The Bearys Group is a pioneering leader in the Indian real estate business. We recognize India’s need for world class facilities that set benchmarks. BGRT is the first large scale R&D initiative amidst dense residential projects in its immediate neighborhood (over 50,000 units) amply addressing the end user’s residential requirement and social infrastructure.
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