Jubilee Hills

Jubilee Hills is an affluent suburban neighborhood in the Western part of Hyderabad, Telangana. Banjara Hills to the east and HITEC City to the west make Jubilee Hills a highly sought-after location. It is a well-developed residential cum commercial area. This suburb is between the wealthy commercial district of Banjara Hills and is located within two kilometers of Hyderabad’s IT hub of HITEC City. The southeast corner of this community is where Kasu Brahmananda Reddy National Park is located. Peddamma Temple near Jubilee Hills Check Post is a Hindu temple visited by devotees during the local Bonalu festival.

In addition to its prestigious standing as a residential community, Jubilee Hills is seeing a business boom. There are other boutiques by well-known designers in this area. Many locations in the vicinity, including SVM@36, which has a gaming and bowling alley area, offer entertainment. It is also home to various hotels & cafes like Taj Mahal Hotel, Testa Rossa, Vacs, Cafe Latte, Barista, Starbucks, and Coffee Day. Companies like Seaways, Gateway Media, Radha Real Estate, Lanco Global Systems, Pricewaterhouse Coopers, ICICI & HDFC Banks, as well as their corporate offices, are based in the region. As part of a 30-year government lease, a 150-suite 4-star hotel has been built on a 4-acre (16,000 m2) site on Commercial Road Number 37. Hamstech Institute of Fashion & Interior Design is located here. A significant multi-specialty hospital in the state and one of the top emergency care facilities in India is the Apollo Health city, which is located in Jubilee Hills and includes Apollo Hospital, Apollo Cancer Institute, and other Apollo Subsidiaries. This area is home to the renowned L V Prasad Eye Institute, the Indo-American Cancer Institute, and Eternesse, a medical facility offering cutting-edge care and world-class care. Jubilee Hills is bordered by top diagnostic facilities, including Sprint Diagnostics, Best Diagnostics, and Vijaya Diagnostics, in addition to hospitals. Jubilee Hills has numerous schools including P. Obul Reddy Public School (commonly known as PORPS), Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Jubilee Hills, Jubilee Hills Public School, as well as Walden’s Path, Sreenidhi, Oakridge, and Orchids Schools in the posh commercial Road Number 37. Dr. B. R. Ambedkar Open University is a distance education university of higher education that is also located here. HITEC city is just 2 km away from the locality and houses several companies including TCS, Cognizant solutions, Tech Mahindra, and Intel. Banjara Hills, another prime commercial hub in this city, is just 4.8 km away.

Experience Hyderabad’s best, most fulfilling way of life at Jubilee Hills. The upmarket locality has a superior living standard that is sure to make you feel like you are living royally! Jubilee Hills continues to be the epicenter of luxury living in Hyderabad. One of the upscale neighborhoods in Hyderabad’s western region is Jubilee Hills, which has a large number of residential and commercial buildings. Jubilee Hills in Hyderabad is home to the Telugu Film Industry Hub which is also famously known as Tollywood or Tinsel town. Considered to be one of the most expensive residential as well as commercial areas in India, Jubilee Hills is a place where many Telugu celebrities, business tycoons, and politicians live. Also, it is loaded with many media houses and studios. Jubilee Hills is the political heart of Hyderabad as well as the state of Telangana. KCR, the Telangana Chief Minister, now resides here, and the Telangana Rashtra Samithi just erected a headquarters nearby. There are periodically large-scale political rallies in the neighborhood. The neighborhood is a base for a number of small IT startups and BPOs. Due to being a central hub of healthcare and education, real estate in Jubilee Hills has experienced a boom in recent years and is the most expensive area to live in Hyderabad.

Jubilee Hills is renowned for its illustrious schools, retail centers, and hospitals that serve the requirements of locals. This area of the city is well-kept and has marketplaces, restaurants, and healthcare facilities. The two largest malls in the area are Inorbit Mall Cyberabad and HVK One Mall, both of which can be reached in 20 minutes. The Blue Lotus, a 120-room luxury boutique hotel, will soon be built on Road Number 36. The Indian Heart Association, an international non-profit organization focused on expanding South Asian cardiac health awareness is headquartered in Jubilee Hills. The KBR National Park and a man-made pond, Lotus Pond, are used by walkers and joggers. Durgam Cheruvu and Hakimpet Kunta are two other prominent local natural waterbodies. Boating, hiking, dining, and an outdoor disco are all available at the former, which is a popular tourist destination. The State Gallery of Fine Arts is situated in the area northwest of or behind the commercial district of Road Number 37. The Hyderabad Gymkhana, the Film Nagar Club, and the Jubilee Hills International Club are some of the local recreation spots. The Jubilee Hills International Club (JHIC) is a private membership-only establishment that offers outdoor Olympic-sized swimming pools, indoor and outdoor dining options, outdoor movie theatres, a library, grand halls, playgrounds, fountains, badminton courts, squash courts, basketball courts, cricket courts, a billiards hall, nature areas, and a grand lobby. The JHIC is home to the political and economic elites of Telangana. Nightlife in Jubilee Hills got enhanced by Dock 45, Fat Pigeon, Fusion 9, etc. Bellevue 63, S Square Malibu, Raam Legacy Manor, JD Jubilee Ballpark, and other notable residential developments may be found in and near Jubilee Hills.

Nizampet and Kondapet, as well as other areas of the city, are easily accessible from Jubilee Hills. It provides good access to roads and public transportation, parking, and reduced traffic. Within 10 kilometers of this location are the train stations at Borabanda, Bharat Nagar, and HITEC City. The closest metro stations to this location are Pedamma Temple on the Blue Line (1 km), Jubilee Hills Check Post on the Blue Line (1 km), and Madhapur Metro Station on the Blue Line (1 km).

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