Why Investment in Hyderabad Highway Real Estate is a Good Idea?

Introduction

The possibility to invest in Hyderabad Highway real estate is appealing since it combines urban comforts with rural tranquilly. This tour examines why people looking for more than just financial gains might consider investing in the Hyderabad – Vijayawada Highway. We explore this intriguing investment’s human side, from connectivity to lifestyle.

1. Vande Bharat train announced between Hyderabad and Vijayawada

The first “Vande Bharat” train is unveiled by the South Central Railway (SCR), signalling advancement towards the “Next Gachibowli” development along the Hyderabad-Vijayawada route. The service between Chennai and Mysore was launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and it will eventually be extended from Secunderabad to Vijayawada and Visakhapatnam, cutting travel time from the customary 12–14 hours to just eight. Senior administrators, including General Manager Arun Kumar Jain and Divisional Railway Manager Abhay Kumar Gupta, accompanied Union Minister G Kishan Reddy in making this momentous news.

2. RRR to be developed on lines of Kuala Lumpur to Singapore Access Controlled Expressway, connecting Bhuvanagiri, Choutuppal & Ibrahimpatnam in the east.

A major boost has been given to Telangana’s much anticipated Regional Ring Road (RRR) project, which was started to support the “Next Gachibowli” development. A fund allocation of Rs. 5,500 crores for land acquisition was announced by Union Minister Nitin Gadkari. The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) will be in charge of the project. The RRR, which was formerly known as the Peripheral Ring Road (PRR), will be around 300 kilometres long and 60 metres wide. According to Telangana’s Minister of Municipal Administration, KT Rama Rao, the RRR will benefit the community in the same way that the Outer Ring Road (ORR) did and give local youngsters job opportunities. The project, which is divided into four quadrants and connects numerous towns, villages, and regions along its alignment, promises to advance the state’s economy and infrastructure.

3. Expansion of the busy Hyderabad-Vijayawada National Highway 65 up to Malkapur at a cost of Rs.545 crores.

The ‘Next Gachibowli’ and Hyderabad’s explosive growth have sparked multi-sector development. The Hyderabad-Vijayawada line will be extended up to Malkapur, a 25-kilometer expansion from LB Nagar, thanks to money and clearance from the central government. This would cut travel time in half and improve the region’s transport infrastructure.

4. Telangana Industrialists Federation intends to develop new Industrial Parks for MSMEs at Dandu Malkapur & Choutuppal.

A promising initiative led by Minister KTR will see the creation of multiple industrial parks in Telangana. These parks seek to create the “Next Gachibowli,” with hopes of creating jobs and fostering regional economic development. They will offer housing, healthcare, and facilities, enabling “walk-to-work,” which will be advantageous to both workers and executives. Along with this programme, the state government is also improving the transport and IT infrastructure in the vicinity of the “Hyderabad-Vijayawada” route, promoting possibilities for young people in the area and cultivating a vibrant atmosphere.

5. TSIIC has set a green industrial park in an area of 354.15 acres housing all green category industries at Dandumalkapur Village, Choutupal Mandal.

In the “Hyderabad-Vijayawada” region, the TIF-MSME Green Industrial Park in Dandumalkapur Village is a groundbreaking project created by TSIIC and TIF. There are currently 10 operational units there, and 90 more are in the works. Eventually, it will house over 450 MSME units, employing about 35,000 people. The park encourages green businesses and has ambitions to build a skill development centre, a township, a hospital, and other things. With development plans already in motion, Telangana’s Minister of Municipal Administration, KTR, emphasises the government’s commitment to generating employment opportunities in the area.

6. The Second HMDA Truck Dock Logistics Park spread over 40 acres at Batasingaram.

As part of a larger effort to improve infrastructure and accessibility, Telangana opened the Batasingaram logistics park near the ‘Hyderabad-Vijayawada‘ route. The park, created through a public-private cooperation, provides a variety of services, such as cold storage, truck parking, warehousing, and dorm rooms. The state’s objective of building the “Next Gachibowli,” luring enterprises, and facilitating organised logistical operations, is in line with this development, which represents an investment of 40 crores. It increases the effectiveness of the TS-iPASS policy by promoting industry growth and streamlining business procedures.

7. A first-of-its-kind logistics park spread across 22 acres in Mangalapally, Telangana, is inaugurated with world-class facilities.

To create the “Next Gachibowli,” the HMDA Truck Dock Logistics Park in Batasingaram, Telangana, is a key milestone. It was created through a public-private collaboration and provides amenities like dormitories and medical care, as well as warehousing, truck parking, and refrigerated storage. The logistics township that Minister KTR envisions will improve accessibility on the “Hyderabad-Vijayawada” route by fostering a 24-hour operational ecosystem. The local economy and workforce have benefited from state measures like TS-iPASS that have streamlined business procedures, attracted 14,000 industries, and promoted organised logistical operations.

8. The Uppal-Nacharam areas in Hyderabad are to see major IT developments: as five new IT parks are to be set up by the government.

Telangana’s ambitious IT expansion plan was revealed by K T Rama Rao, the state’s minister of municipal administration and urban development, with an emphasis on the “Next Gachibowli.” Five industrial parks in Uppal and Nacharam may be transformed into IT centres under the GRID strategy, opening up employment prospects for almost 30,000 people. This is a vital step in Hyderabad’s decentralisation of IT growth, ensuring that it spreads throughout the entire city. By 2025, a number of new projects, such as IT towers, skywalks, and industrial park relocations, are expected to improve the city’s infrastructure and increase the state’s IT exports. Times are going to be exciting for Hyderabad.

Conclusion

Hyderabad’s highway real estate offers a great investment opportunity that combines metropolitan amenities with rural tranquilly. The Regional Ring Road, the Vande Bharat train, and enlarged motorways are some of the projects that are fueling the region’s rapid development. In addition, industrial, IT, and logistics parks demonstrate the state’s dedication to the “Next Gachibowli,” promoting economic development and job possibilities. Future prospects for the “City of Nizams” are promising as these projects complement existing government initiatives.

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