Uppal and its surrounding villages are experiencing rapid growth and development, with an increasing number of residential and commercial establishments.
Uppal is one of the growing suburbs in Hyderabad. Located on the north bank of the Muse river, east of Hyderabad city, his GHMC area towards Bongil on National Highway 163. The area is a preferred location for real estate investors due to its connectivity and accessible amenities. Residential as well as commercial establishments are on the rise in the area. The region is home to a number of multinational corporations, including Gen Pact and Infosys, which boosts Uppal’s real estate market. While the area is undergoing rapid development, it also has a refreshing atmosphere with lush greenery.
In addition to all these facilities, subway connectivity is a boon to the area that provides the greatest benefit to Uppal properties. With improved metro connections, this site in the eastern part of the city is poised for further development by Uppal realtors. His
area near Uppal offers a quiet, green, pollution-free environment with easy access to the rest of the city. Uppal is well connected to the towns of Ghatkesar and Bhongir. Uppal is a 45-minute drive from Shamshabad Airport and 9 km from Mahatma Gandhi Bus Station. Secunderabad Train Station is 12 km away. “The area has a good TSRTC bus and car service, so commuting in the area is not a problem,” says Nukala Hemanth, his IT worker who lives in Uppal.
In addition to IT and IT companies, many international schools, universities, and hospitals form the social fabric of the region. Hyderabad Public School, Little Flower Junior College, Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, National Geophysical Laboratory, CCMB, National Nutrition Laboratory, and National Mineral Development Corporation are some of the places of interest in Wooparoo.
“This area is great for families. The last apartment we stayed in was such a mess. We recently moved here. This area meets all the basic needs of the family. It’s a clean and safe area to live in,” says Anita Manohar, a homemaker who lives in Uppal.
“The area also has good schools and hospitals nearby,” she adds. The area is home to well-known brands such as Reliance Trends, DMart, and Decathlon, as well as numerous supermarkets and shops. The price list is very affordable. The average rent for a 1 BHK apartment is between Rs 4000 and Rs 8000. The price list for 2 BHK and 3 BHK is Rs 8000 to Rs 13000 and Rs 12000 to Rs 20000 respectively. “A friend of mine. Rent is affordable compared to other parts of the city,” says Rahul Sekar, who lives in Uppar.