Bengaluru is being driven largely by the ITITeS industry and Electronics City is the nerve center of the information technology-driven economy


Major companies present in the area are Wipro, Tech Mahindra, Hewlett-Packard, L&T Infotech, Infosys, HCL Technologies, Siemens, Patni Computer Systems, CGI, Siemens, Tata Consultancy Services, Genpact, Intel and many others. The locality is well-connected to the Kalyani Tech Park and ITPL.


Physical infrastructure is fast developing in the locality. The 8lane Ring Road is aimed at decongesting traffic in the entire corridor. The Namma Metro line, which is underconstruction from RV Road to Bommasandra, will pass through the Electronics City.


Demand for flats, both, rental as well as buying, is always high, backed by IT professionals and other employees working in the locality.


No other location of Bengaluru has as much cosmopolitan outlook as the Electronics City.It is one of the biggest industrial parks in the country, spread over 332 acres and comprising of three phases.


Electronics City is well-connected to the city centre, via the Hosur Road. It is also connected to other parts of Bengaluru, such as HSR Layout, Kammanahalli, Bommanahalli and Bilekahalli. Electronics City is strategically connected to the Kempegowda International Airport as well that is about an hour's drive.