Bhartiya City Nikoo Homes is a prelaunch residential apartments developed by one of the top realtors in India "Bhartiya Group". This Nikoo Homes is located in Thanisandra Main Road, Bengaluru. Nikoo homes project is widely spread across 125 Acres of the land with high rise towers. All the Designer Apartments are being done with latest technologies. Nikoo homes offer 1 BHK, 2 BHK and 3 BHK Residential Apartments with modern designs. The location of this project is well established Residential area. Bhartiya City Nikoo Homes is one of the carefully planned projects in Bangalore. This project has the world class interior and exterior designs with luxurious Architecture.
Nikoo Homes is developed with the talented engineers and very well experienced town planners. There around 2000 apartments in this project with high standard specifications. The location of the Nikoo homes is well connected to all roads and the facility of easy transportation is a huge plus for the project. Each and every resident will enjoy the environment of this project with the beautiful plants and trees. All the Apartments are surrounded with the Greenery. Nikoo homes are going to be the best project in Bangalore.
Unlike most people in realty, Bhartiya comes from a background of design. We started in 1987 designing apparel. Soon, designs from our studios in Milan were being adapted by brands like Hugo Boss, Armani, Zara and Mango. During the course of our evolution, we struck upon a simple truth: good design makes people happy. Be it a well cut, flattering jacket or a thoughtfully built house.
To go from one to the other was to take us two decades. During these years, our founder Snehdeep Aggarwal travelled extensively to the finest cities in the world. The contrast between what he saw in Munich, Florence, London, and what he came back home to was tremendous. Even the common man there could afford a good home. Cycling to work was not life-threatening. If such a life was possible in Amsterdam and Barcelona and Milan, why not here? For our founder, this was not a rhetorical question. His answer was to build a whole city, to design a whole way of life.view More