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Sep 2018

Vadapalani – Where dreams come alive

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Once lauded as the Hollywood of Chennai, Vadapalani has become a prime residential hub over the last 50 years. With top pharmacies, hospitals, schools, malls and more within handshaking distance, there are plenty of reasons why this area is considered the heart of the city.

Better infrastructure

Vadapalani is home to some of the best schools in Chennai – Kendra Vidyalaya and Vadapalani Matriculation School, to name a few. People come from all over the world to receive treatment at Vijaya Hospital, an establishment with world-class specialists in the field of medicine. For those who enjoy window shopping during the weekends, malls like Forum, Maya Plaza or Matrix to offer plenty of stores to choose from.

Increased connectivity

Aside from the obvious attractions, Vadapalani is arguably one of the best-connected areas in Chennai. With the metro running through, you can now beat the traffic and get to any area in a matter of minutes. This area is also in close proximity to Poonamallee High Road, Sivaji Ganesan Road, Sardar Patel Road and Arcot Road, prominent main roads with great connectivity. Within 7 kilometers of Koyambedu Bus Terminal and 9 kilometers away from Chennai Central Railway Station, traveling cannot get easier.

Reel Life

For all film buffs out there, this is the place to be. You can watch your favourite actors come to life on the IMAX screen at Palazzo Cinemas. With its plush interiors and surround sound theatres, it offers a stellar viewing experience. If you are looking for some behind-the-scenes magic, this area is home to the oldest studios in Chennai and has seen the filming of some of the biggest productions in South India like Kaala, Leader, and Vettaikaran. You can even book a tour at http://avm.in/.

Closer to God

Built first in 1890 as a thatched roof temple and later renovated in 1920 is Vadapalani Andavar Temple. Popular lore suggests that a devotee kept a Murugan painting in his shed, and experienced some divine powers over time. Through statements uttered by this devotee, diseases were cured, marriages were solemnized and much more. It is estimated that over 7000 couples get married in this temple each year. There are also several prominent mosques and churches in the area.

Over the years, Vadapalani has evolved into a cosmopolitan locale, making it the ideal choice for a real estate investment. To know more about our upcoming properties in this area, visit:  https://appaswamy.com/properties/trellis/.

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