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Bogadi Road, Mysuru – as an investment option

Bogadi – Gaddige Road, popularly known as Bogadi Road located in West Mysuru is a Proposed 150 Feet State Highway with 2 service roads of 30 Feet each. 


The area provides an uninterrupted view of the Chamundi Hills and the village side here is a cyclist’s paradise. As they say happiness can be found in unexpected places.

Bogadi Road connects Mysore to Coorg & HD Kote and is a great alternative to Mysore – Hunsur – Madikeri Road (NH 275) which has heavy traffic density throughout the year. The proposed Periheral Ring Road (2nd ring road of Mysuru City) is slated to cross Bogadi Road after K.Hemanahalli Village junction
The locality is fast growing and is home to many landmarks :
Residential projects – Apartments, Row Houses (Yesh Farms), Gated Community Villas Project (Brigade Palmgrove), Plotted Development Projects (Sobha Retreat, Yesh Valley View, Yesh Smart City, SBM Layout, Roopa Nagar) 
Educational Institutions : Bogadi Road is home to many Government & Private Educational Institutions like St Francis School, National Public School, Orchid Public School, Rainbow Public School etc
Hospitals : St.Ann’s Hospital, Government Hospital etc
Banks : Many nationalised, Private and grameena banks have their branaches at Bogadi
Temples : Kenddganeshwara Temple, Gaddige, Sai Baba Temple

Maharani GayatriDevi Horse Riding Club

Food Corporation of India Godown
Several Petrol Bunks, Shopping Centres are found all along the stretch

Historically Real Estate prices have appreciated in the vicinity and the area promises to provide steady growth in the years to come. Adding a property in this area will surely provide stability & add value to ones portfolio

Mysuru Peripheral Ring Road (PRR)

MUDA has proposed the development of a Peripheral Ring Road (PRR) along with Cluster development to facilitate urbanization and uniform development of Mysuru. Some of the salient details of the project are :
Total Length of proposed PRR : 73.5 KM
Total land required : 824 Acres
Proposed PRR is at a distance of about 5 to 6 km’s from the existing Ring Road
Project part of Mysuru Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP) or Mysuru Master Plan 2031
MUDA plans to develop clusters as under 
Mysuru-Bengaluru road junction : Hardware and Software cluster
Mysuru-Hunsur road junction : Educational and Health cluster 
Mysuru-Nanjangud road junction : IT and BT cluster 
Mysuru-T.Narsipur road junction : Pharmaceutical cluster 
Mysuru-H.D. Kote road junction : Garments and Apparels cluster 
Mysuru-Bannur road junction : Heritage living and Rural sports cluster
Though the project is ambitious, land acquisition and funding for the project is a major issue that MUDA is grappling with currently