About Sobha Halcyon
Sobha Halcyon is the upcoming project from Sobha Developers, located opposite to Sobha Amethyst in Kannamangala which is on the outskirts of Whitefield. Sobha Halcyon project is located in Doddabanahali, which currently has numerous agricultural fields and plantations.
Sobha Halcyon is spread across 3 acres of land housing 175 apartments with a choice of 3 BHK luxury and super-luxury apartments with areas of 1500 Sq.ft and 1800 Sq.ft.
The location of Sobha Halcyon is well connected with Whitefield, KR Puram, Marathalli, HAL.It has a close proximity to ITPL,Brigade Tech Park Tata elxsi,Brigade Tech Park, Ryan International School, DPS, Phoenix Market City Forum Value Mall, Sri Satya Sai Institute of Higher Studies, etc.
Sobha Halcyon Project - Project Analysis
- Approvals status: Approvals awaited
- Demand analysis: The project is located in Kannamangala area, which is an emerging micro-market within the broader Whitefield-Hoskote belt. There is an interest in this area from investors who expect the area to improve infrastructure and benefit from access to Whitefield and ITPL areas. For instance leading projects on Kannamangala Main Road include Assets Marq, Sumadhura Shikaram and Nitesh Forest Hills
- Amenities: The project is expected to have high-end amenities comparable to similar projects from Sobha Developers
- Any drawbacks? (pollution factor? Any drainage issue? Or no good view, etc): The area consists of agricultural lands and vacant parcels. There is not much of development in the neighborhood. However, in the area across the main road, Sobha Amethyst and VBHC Serene Town can be seen, which is close to the project. Further, the social infrastructure in the area is still in developing stage
- Project Update: The project is being pre-launched at a price of Rs.5,500 per sq. ft. which is valid up to Dec 31, 2014. The official launch price would be Rs.5730 per sq. ft.
Note: The project is still in pre-launch stage so the specifications and details mentioned are tentative
The project has 77 units per acre, which indicates slightly high density of units and less open space in the project