NIKOO PHASE 2 is a new residential development that is setting new standards in living being an innovative creation by the renowned Bhartiya group. Located inside 125-Acre Bhartiya City (at Thanisandra Main Road), it offers Studio and 1/2/3 BHK luxurious apartments. The architectonics in this project is being done by using the latest technologies. Taking the best of village life and adapting it to modern times by introducing the idea of a Vertical Village, Nikoo homes features herb gardens on different floors, Terrace Sky Park & dedicated Sunrise/Sunset Point. This is a place where quality of life is a shared dream.
Spread across 125 acres, Bhartiya City is sited at a calm and serene environment in Bangalore away from the hasty tones of the city. Our team of master planners and architects have planned every inch of this city with precision. It has exclusive school, Hospital, Retail, club house, cafes and even a private cinema for private screenings. You’ll find parks in the sky, parks on the ground and shopping districts impressive enough to make the rich and famous swoon.
Size: 985 Sq. ft. to 1418 Sq. Ft.
2 BHK + STUDY
Size: 1418 Sq. Ft.
Size: 1151 Sq. Ft.
Size: 3116 Sq. Ft.
Booking Amount – Starting at just Rs. 3 Lakhs*
20% Less Booking Amount within Next 30 Days of Booking
Balance 80% in easy CLP Instalments
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.