Sunday, 29 July 2018

OMR - Why It's One of Chennai's Preferred Residential Destination



There are few stretches of roadways as iconic, scenic and steeped in culture as Old Mahabalipuram Road in Chennai popularly referred to as OMR. This 20 km long highway stretches from Madhya Kailash Temple on Sardar Patel Road in South-East Chennai right up to Mahabalipuram in the south where it connects with the equally famous East Coast Road (ECR). OMR, also known as the Rajiv Gandhi IT Expressway, has witnessed huge growth and development in the last decade as it gained a reputation for becoming the IT Corridor of Chennai. Life in OMR has upgraded in a big way and it has become the residential destination of choice for both - families, and developers looking to meet this rising demand. Here’s why:

Connectivity
Ease of travel is a major USP of any good residential area and OMR boasts of excellent infrastructure which boosts connectivity. This includes the entire stretch of OMR with its flyovers and dedicated MRTS routes and direct connectivity to the Chennai airport as well. East Coast Road and the GST Road further enhance connectivity to other suburbs of Chennai such as Thiruvanmiyur, Palavakkam, and Neelankarai. Other arterial routes such as Velachery-Tambaram Main Road and Kelambakkam-Vandalur Road provide a good road network. Proposed infrastructure such as a 17.7 km elevated road from Siruseri to Taramani, alongside the upcoming Metro line on OMR will be a game changer for residents and businesses along the OMR.

Employment Hub
The IT and ITeS industry is one of the highest employers in India. OMR is home to one of the biggest agglomerations of IT and ITeS businesses such as TCS, Cognizant, Syntel, Mahindra, Wipro, Infosys, Hexaware and more. Most of these companies are set up in large IT Parks such as SP Infocity, RMZ Millenia, Ascendas, SIPCOT, ELCOT SEZ and TIDEL among others. The presence of major companies such as these means numerous employment opportunities and further growth of the city’s ecosystem.

Well-Developed Social Infrastructure
The commercial and residential growth of OMR in the last few years has meant an upgrade in the civic amenities and infrastructure as well. A number of good education institutions and hospitals serve residents here. IIT-Madras, Hindustan University, Sathyabama University, St. Joseph’s Institute of Technology are some well-known higher education institutions, and among schools there’s Gateway International School, Hiranandani Upscale School and Ramana Vidyalaya among others. Apollo Hospital, Global Hospital and Chettinad Hospital are among those that provide excellent medical care and services.

Gateway to Adventure
Located close to the coastline means residents of OMR have an easy access to the many popular beaches. Besides the many coastal picnic spots and resorts there are water sports such as scuba diving and surfing to indulge in. Other easily accessible attractions in OMR are MGM Dizee World, VGP Theme Park, artisans’ villages like Dakshinchitra and the Cholamandalam Artists’ Village. The drive along OMR is also scenic and pleasant as one passes long stretches of water bodies such as the Great Salt Lake, Sholinganallur Lake as well as Guindy National Park, and Pallikaranai Marshland which is well-known among bird watchers. For those who prefer indoor entertainment, there are several malls and multiplexes as well.

At House of Hiranandani, we understand the value of living close to work and amidst nature. Our City by the Sea project in Egattur is a sprawling 120 acre residential project with amenities such as a school, spa, salon and crèche. Choose from among 2, 3, 4 and 5 BHK spacious and luxuriously designed apartments across some of the tallest towers in OMR. While the project is located right opposite SIPCOT Park, it also has easy access to many other IT Parks and most social infrastructure. The project is surrounded by lush greenery so residents can enjoy clean air, and picturesque views of the nearby lake.


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