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Sundapalayam Road, Sundapalayam, Coimbatore

1, 2, 3 & 4 BHK Apartment & Villa Flat
652 Sq.ft To 2960 Sq.ft Super Built-Up Area
On Request
Casagrand Builder
Investor / Resale Options Available
+91 98205 75619

Casagrand Verdant in Vedapatti, Coimbatore by Casagrand is a residential project. This project provide 1BHK, 2BHK, 3BHK & 4 BHK Apartment & Villa with starting area from 652 Sq.ft To 2960 Sq.ft Super Built-Up Area at affordable cost. Location:-  Vedapatti is a western suburb of Coimb...

Coimbatore, Trichy Road, Coimbatore

2 BHK & 3 BHK Apartments Flats
1360 Sq.ft To 1921 Sq.ft
81.41 Lacs Onwards
Puravankara Group
Investor / Resale Options Available
+91 98205 75619

Purva Bluemount is one of the prominent residential developments of Purvankara Group. It is located in Singanallur, Coimbatore and offers skillfully constructed 2 BHK and 3 BHK apartments with starting area from 1360 Sq.ft To 1921 Sq.ft. Prices in Purva Bluemount starts from 81.41 Lacs onwards. This...

Singanallur, Singanallur, Coimbatore

2 BHK & 3 BHK Apartments Flats
1387 Sq.ft To 1866 Sq.ft
74.19 Lacs Onwards
Puravankara Group
Investor / Resale Options Available
+91 98205 75619

Strategically positioned in Singanallur, Coimbatore, Purva Amaiti is one of the residential developments of Puravankara Projects at Bangalore. It offers spacious designed 2 BHK & 3 BHK apartments with starting area from 1387 Sq.ft To 1866 Sq.ft that are fortified with the latest amenities. Price...

Race Course, Race Course, Coimbatore

3 BHK & 4 BHK Flats
2059 Sq.ft To 4307 Sq.ft
2.68 Cr Onwards
Sreevatsa Real Estates
+91 98205 75619

Sreevatsa Real Estates provides its latest housing project Lianca, placed at Race Course in Coimbatore. This project functions properly created 3 BHK and 4 BHK flats for sale. The size of the residences ranges from 2059 sq ft to 4307 sq ft. Presently, in an under structure level, the mode of accessi...

FCI Road, Ganapathy, Ganapathy Nagar, Coimbatore

1 BHK, 2 BHK & 3 BHK Flats
841 Sq.ft To 1921 Sq.ft
Rs 53 lacs Onwards
Sobha Developers
Investor / Resale Options Available
+91 98197 02366

Sobha Elan, probably the most beautiful residential tower across FCI Road in Ganapathy, Coimbatore city. After all this beautiful structures is developed by Sobha Developers, who are not only the top notch developers across India but also have their strong presence in other foreign countries like UA...

Vedapatti, Vedapatti, Coimbatore

4 BHK Villas Villas
2770 Sq.ft to 4054 Sq.ft
Rs 1.72 Cr Onwards
Sobha Developers
Investor / Resale Options Available
+91 98205 75619


Read More About Coimbatore & it's Real Estate Property Market

  • Coimbatore also known as Kovai is a major city in Tamil Nadu, in the south of India.
  • It is the second largest city and urban agglomeration in the state after Chennai  and the sixteenth largest urban agglomeration in India.
  • It is one of the fastest growing tier-II cities in India and a major textile, industrial, commercial, educational, information technology, healthcare and manufacturing hub of Tamil Nadu.
  • It was the capital city of the historical Kongu Nadu and is often referred to as the Manchester of South India.
  • The city is located on the banks of the Noyyal River surrounded by the Western Ghats and is administered by the Coimbatore Municipal Corporation.
  • Coimbatore is the 4th largest metropolis in South India and the administrative capital of Coimbatore district.
  • Coimbatore was ranked the best emerging city in India by India Today in the 2014 annual Indian city survey.
  • The city has been ranked 4th among Indian cities in investment climate by CII and 17th among the top global outsourcing cities by Tholons.


  • Ooty: Popularly known as Ooty, Udhamandalam was the summer capital of the British rulers in India. The misty blue haze of Nilgiris and the fragrant rain forests lure millions of tourists to Ooty every year. Situated at an altitude of 2268 metres above sea level, it was discovered in the early 18th Century. Snooker is said to have originated on the billiards table of the Ooty Club by an army officer - Neville Chamberlain.
  • Mudumalai Wild Life Sanctuary: Situated 67 kms away from Coimbatore, the sanctuary's dense vegetation and favourable climate attract a variety of wild animals like Tigers, Leopards, Elephants, Deer, Snakes, and birds. Elephant rides are a major draw. Dormitory and hotel accommodation are available within the sanctuary.
  • Kodaikanal: 138 kms from Coimbatore, at the southern tip of the Palani Hills, lies Kodaikanal. Dense greenery, crystal clear springs, water-falls and misty cool air - Kodai is one of the most popular hill stations in South India. The hill sides abound with the Kurinji flower which blooms once in 12 years .For orchid lovers, there is an orchidorium 6 kms away, having more than 300 varieties of orchids.
  • Top Slip: A picturesque locale in the Anamalai Hills. It is about 37 Kms. from Pollachi (about 90 Kms from Coimbatore).There are bungalows available within the sanctuary. For thrill seekers, accommodation is also available in a tree house.
  • Parambikulam: The project consists of a series of dams interconnected by tunnels and canals for harnessing the Parambikulam, Aliyar, Nirar, Sholiyar, Thunakadavu, Thekkadi and Palar rivers, lying at various elevations, for irrigation and power generation. The scheme is an outstanding example of engineering skill. It is located in Anamalai range and is ideal for picnics.
  • Anamalai Wildlife Sanctuary: This sanctuary is situated at an altitude of 1,400 metres in the Western Ghats near Pollachi. This 958 sq kms sanctuary has different kinds of wildlife including elephant, gaur, tiger, panther, sloth bear, pangolin, black headed oriole, green pigeon and civet cat. The Amaravathy reservoir in the Anamalais has a large number of crocodiles.
  • Thirumurthy Dam: It is situated at the foot of Thirumurthy Hills, about 20 kms from Udumalpet on the highway from Palani to Coimbatore. A perennial stream flows by the side of the Amalingeswarar temple and there is a water-fall nearby, in addition to a crocodile farm.
  • Siruvani Waterfalls and Dam: This Waterfalls and the Dam are about an hour's drive from Coimbatore. The water of Siruvani is known for its taste. The panoramic views of the dam and the falls are enchanting.


  • According to the 2011 census, Coimbatore had a population of 1,050,721 with a sex-ratio of 997 females for every 1,000 males, much above the national average of 929.
  • A total of 102,069 were under the age of six, constituting 52,275 males and 49,794 females.
  • The average literacy of the city was 82.43 percent compared to the national average of 72.99 percent.
  • There were a total of 425,115 workers, comprising 1,539 cultivators, 2,908 main agricultural labourers, 11,789 in house hold industries, 385,802 other workers, 23,077 marginal workers, 531 marginal cultivators, 500 marginal agricultural labourers, 1,169 marginal workers in household industries and 20,877 other marginal workers.
  • In 2005, the crime rate in the city was 265.9 per 100,000 people, accounting for approx 1.2 percent of all crimes reported in major cities in India.
  • In 2011, the population density in the city was 10,052 per km.
  • The native language spoken in the Coimbatore city is Tamil.
  • The city's population is predominantly Hindu, with a sprinkling of Muslims, Christians, Sikhs and Jains.
  • Coimbatore also has a large number of Kannadigas, Telugus, Malayalis, (from Palakkad) and North Indians including Gujaratis, engaged in trade and commerce.
  • About 8 percent of the city's population lives in slums.


  • Coimbatore supplies over 30 percent of all the automotive components used in the country and also caters to demand from outside India.
  • Leading car makers Maruti Udyog and Tata Motors, source up to 30 percent of their automotive components from the city.
  • The city makes over 60 percent of the water pumps and 45 percent of the motors used in India.
  • The district has excellent academic infrastructure and churns out over 20,000 engineering and 28,000 non-engineering graduates every year.
  • With more than 25,000 small, medium and large industries, the city's primary industries are engineering and textiles.
  • Coimbatore is called the "Manchester of South India" due to its extensive textile industry, fed by the surrounding cotton fields.
  • The city has two special economic zones (SEZ), the Coimbatore Hi-Tech Infrastructure (CHIL) SEZ at Saravanampatti and the TIDEL Park near Peelamedu.
  • Atleast five more SEZs are said to be in the pipeline.
  • In 2010, Coimbatore ranked 15th in the list of most competitive (by business environment) Indian cities.
  • Its neighboring city of Tirupur is home to some of Asia's largest garment manufacturing companies, exporting hosiery and clothes worth more than INR 50,000 mn.
  • The city is the second largest software producer in Tamil Nadu, next only to Chennai.
  • IT and BPO industry in the city has grown greatly with the launch of the TIDEL Park and other planned IT parks in and around the city.
  • It is ranked 17th among the global outsourcing cities.
  • Several blue-chip companies like Tata Consultancy Services, Cognizant Technology Solutions, IBM, Robert Bosch GmbH, Ford, Cameron International Corporation, Dell, Wipro, HCL have a strong presence in the city.


  • The city is served by the Coimbatore International Airport at Peelamedu 15 km from the city and an air-force base at Sulur 23 km.
  • The Coimbatore International Airport caters to domestic flights to several major Indian cities and international destinations like Sharjah and Singapore.
  • According to AAI data, approx 12, 95,977 passengers flew from and to Coimbatore in 2013-14, including 11, 76,428 domestic and 1, 19,549 international passengers.
  • Sulur Air Force Station, located at Kangayampalayam on the outskirts of the city is owned by the Indian Air Force.
  • Broad gauge trains connect Coimbatore to all parts of the state and India.
  • Coimbatore Junction comes under the Jurisdiction of the Salem Division and contributes approx 43.5 percent of its divisional income.
  • Coimbatore Junction is the second largest income generating station in the Southern Railway zone of Indian Railways after Chennai Central.
  • Coimbatore North Junction is another important railway junction in the city apart from Coimbatore Junction and Podanur Junction.
  • Other important rail stations here include Peelamedu, Singanallur, Irugur, Perianaikanpalayam, Madukkarai, Somanur and Sulur Road.
  • There is also a bypass line between Irugur and Podanur bypassing Coimbatore city which is used by some Kerala-bound trains.
  • There are six major arterial roads in the city: Avinashi Road, Trichy Road, Sathyamangalam Road, Mettupalayam Road, Palakkad Road and Pollachi Road.
  • There are three National Highways passing through the city, namely NH 487, NH 67 and NH 209.
  • The Coimbatore City Corporation maintains a 635.32 kms long road network.
  • Coimbatore has several major bus stations. The town buses (intra-city) operate from the town bus stand in Gandhipuram to other bus stations across the city.
  • Inter-city and intra-city buses that connect Coimbatore operate from different bus stands.
  • The city denizens are also served by a fleet of auto rickshaws for their transport requirements.


  • The Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Coimbatore (ICCIC) has sought the support of the Central Government to improve the infrastructural facilities in Coimbatore, the second most industrially developed city in Tamil Nadu.
  • It wants the Government of India to establish a National Investment and Manufacturing Zone at Coimbatore which has come to play a crucial role in meeting the needs of key industries in the manufacturing sector.
  • ICCIC has also highlighted the need for the formation of an industrial estate for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) which have a major presence in the region and for extending financial assistance to them on easy terms.
  • There has been a delay in the completion of the city's airport expansion project, which has hindered the city from being linked to more international destinations. 
  • Industry bodies have also voiced the need for Coimbatore to be included in the Asian Air Transport Agreement to enable more global carriers to operate flights to the city.
  • The lack of an arterial bypass road linking the many highways that pass through the city like the Coimbatore-Tiruchi road with Coimbatore-Sathyamangalam, Coimbatore-Avinashi and Coimbatore-Udhagamandalam sections of the national highway, has also been raised as a sore point in enhancing the city's connectivity.
  • According to urban development experts, there is also a need to execute the Western bypass road connecting Neelambur with Mettupalayam road.
  • Other road works on the anvil include: the four laning of Dindigul-Coimbatore-Sathyamangalam section of NH 209, 4/6 laning of Chengapalli-Walayar section of NH 47, four-laning of Karur-Coimbatore stretch of NH 67 and improvement of the Coimbatore-Udhagamandalam road.
  • Experts have also pointed to the need for a Mass Rapid Transport System (MRTS) citing the rapid urbanization and increase in vehicular movement.


  • The Coimbatore real estate market is largely driven by end users and not investors.
  • In the case of commercial segment, the main occupants of office space are banks, insurance companies, and IT and ITeS companies.
  •  Emerging trends indicate an increasing number of NRIs expressing a keen interest to buy property here.
  • Saravanampatti is one of the fast growing neighbourhoods of Coimbatore, because of mushrooming IT companies surrounding the location. 
  • Vadavalli is also a promising emerging location that is witnessing huge growth not from IT or industrial growth but from domestic demand.
  • Other promising locations here include Avinashi road and Trichy road which are the backbones of Coimbatore and an indicator of development as the city grows along its eastern and western corridors.
  • Thudiyalur located 15 km from Coimbatore city junction, is also witnessing growth mainly due to the presence of several leading engineering colleges and IT /BPO companies in its vicinity.
  • Demand for affordable houses is on the rise in upcoming locations like Kalapatti and Saravanampatti.
  • Local developers here include players like Srivari Infrastructure, Sherin Builders, Vivant Lifestyle Homes and Mayflower. Bigger outstation players like Sobha, Puravankara, TVH and Casagrande have now started making inroads here.

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