Malur is a town in Kolar district in Karnataka and comes under Bangalore. Malur is 46 kms from Bangalore City and is located on the Bangalore – Chennai trunk railway line.
Malur was also called Malligepura in earlier days because the farmers there used to grow large number of jasmine flowers. A famous temple is situated in Chikkatirupati, imitated by Thirupati temple. Malur is famous for the fresh vegetables and flowers cultivated which is transported to various parts.
Malur being located in mind of three states and close to three major district Bangalore, Hosur and Tirupathi. Malur enjoys a strategic advantage, in terms of geography. Malur had rich boom in real estate in the recent couple of years.The very reason why sites for sale in MALUR are attracting more and more people from Bangalore and Hosur is the advantages of a district locality that essentially has all the ingredients of City-Life without the maddening Crowd.
Recent Developments of Malur - Malur is a very prime location in Bangalore and all the facilities like schools, malls, market, bank and ATM are available in this locality. The government recently inaugurated a BMTC bus depot built at the cost of Rs. 4.70 Crs. A new integrated satellite township with proper infrastructure has been put in place. Good road planning has taken a precedent over here. The proposed Satellite Township Ring Road (STRR) covering 284 km will connect Hoskote with important satellite towns around Bangalore. The Intermediate Ring Road (IRR) covering 188 km also connects Hoskote to the rest of Bangalore. The tremendous growth experienced the last three years has led to an increase in property prices, if reliable industry sources are to be believed. The year-on-year increase of prices is said to be about 30%
Distance from Malur to other places- Whitefield (by rail) – 19 km; KR Puram (by rail): 29 km; Hoskote (by road): 20 km; Devangonthi (by rail): 13 km; Bagalur (by road) - 24 km; Hosur (by road): 36 km.