BTR is a luxury golf community that has taken root in the heart of Hyderabad’s emerging Knowledge City on the Srisailam National Highway. It is just a 5 minutes’ drive away from the Outer Ring Road and less than 15 minutes from the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport.
Comprising 300 premium Villas spread over 200 Acres in a scenic location, BTR has been designed by the globally renowned architectural firm – SA Architects SDN BHD, Malaysia. The 3 & 4 bedroom villas at BTR redefine all notions of luxurious living. A happy blend of the East and the West, the villas are designed to perfection with a layout that spells freedom from constricted living spaces. August abodes over 2900 – 3600 sq.ft. are crafted to meet your every expectation. Elegant sit-outs, open grassy lawns, soothing vistas, a serene ambience, and an unpolluted environment make BTR is a world-class living address.
The landscaped gardens; well-organized floor plan; high tech amenities; utility shops; ATM; etc. – all go into making daily living a convenience. With an exotic spa, a grand club that pampers the senses, commercial spaces, a minitheatre and other recreational facilities, the residents of BTR can enjoy all the luxuries of city-life even while drinking in delight at the Retreat. Hospital services provided by Apollo, ensure that residents truly enjoy a salubrious lifestyle.
Situated on an emerging location from every aspect; other developments and upcoming projects in the vicinity include a 600 acre integrated township (promoted by HUDA), Electronic City, Tata Sirkorsky, TCS, GMR Health Port, Electronic SEZ, York University campus, and more. Again, BTRis a housing partner of the TATA Group and the Schulich School of Business – York University.
MAK Projects proposes to set up an IT Park, a Business-Class Hotel (complete with conference facilities and Wi-Fi connectivity), Serviced Apartments, a Retail Mall, and a Multiplex. All of these will facilitate the new concept of “Walk to Work” – a much needed convenience, reducing commuting time and increasing ‘quality of life’.