Friday, May 21, 2004

Plan for a Greater Bangalore

This ad appeared in the Times Property supplement of the TOI issued by a private property developer Ittina. The ad speaks of a new township to decongest Bangalore and invites participation from organizations to develop the infrastructure of this proposed habitation slated to come up between Hosur Road and Sarjapur Road. While the time has come for the concept of a new Bangalore, a new magnet for growth that will decongest the crowded-beyond-hope environs of today, I was intrigued that a private property developer was driving such an initative. How could such a venture succeed without the Government's involvement in terms of amenities and incentives to drive people there. The choice of location was also perplexing. I took a look at the property developer's website and its motives become apparent immediately. Just look at the number of its projects under development in that area. What better way to push up their value?


At Friday, November 17, 2006 at 7:05:00 PM GMT+5:30, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why are showing this picture? This is hopeless marketing in which you are seeing your profit. There no good reputation of Ittina into market. This is one of the well-known names of fraud and providing properties after 1 to 2 years delay. People.... please don't believe the people like this. See the actual fact and then you will come to know what Ittina is.

At Sunday, May 13, 2007 at 7:48:00 PM GMT+5:30, Anonymous Anonymous said...

NEVER BUY FROM ITTINA. You will regret for rest of your life.
Ask the residents of Anu apartments at Whitefield. How the builder make a HOTEL out of the apartment and then the high court order was passed against the builder.
They have their TAKSHAA school running in front of complex. The whole building was constructed illegally and the residents were promised gym etc in that place.

Mahabaleshwarappa is become greedy. He does not remember that All have to DIE one day. May god bless him and give him sense.


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