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Is Provident Park Square worth Investing in?

Bangalore, also known as the silicon valley of India, has in recent times witnessed unparalleled growth. Most big MNCs, especially in the IT sector, has their offices here in the city. The city enjoys great weather, a cosmopolitan lifestyle and ample job opportunities.

Many well-known builders like Sobha, Mantri, Prestige, Purva offer world-class apartment complexes catering to the burgeoning real estate demand in the city. Provident Park Square is one of the best flagship complexes from Provident Housing which is a subsidiary of Puravankara Limited.

Provident Park Square

Here is why the project makes an excellent choice for investment and self-usage:

1. Cost: The project comes at a reasonable cost, without compromising on the quality of construction or amenities

2. Location: The project is located off Kanakpura Road in South Bangalore, which is witnessing massive developments. The project is connected to many well-known localities like the JP Nagar, Jaya Nagar, Banashankari, NICE Junction, and Electronic City.

3. A product for a reputed builder: Purvankara is a well known reputed builder in Bangalore. The builder is known to offer quality homes and has a great brand value.

4. Amenities: The project comes with modern amenities for a luxurious living. The project has a swimming pool, clubhouse, gymnasium, basketball court, outdoor play areas, jogging track, party area and landscaped gardens and more.

5. Options to fit your requirements: The project has a wide variety of apartments to choose from, ranging from 1 BHK units to the spacious 3BHK apartments. You get plenty of floor plan choices to select from.


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