The best IT parks in Bangalore seem to take the ‘park’ in their names pretty seriously. The proof is in the recreation areas (to challenge your colleagues to play pool), food courts (for days you’re too tired to cook) and a calm ambience (to just zone out and recharge) that they have along with the offices of some top IT companies. Not just that, these IT tech parks in Bangalore are equipped with high-quality infrastructure and endless internet for high-speed communications. When it comes to being a truly modern, millennial place of work, the upcoming IT parks in Bangalore hit the ball out of the park.
List of top 10 IT Parks in Bangalore:
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Home to some of the OG companies, ITPL was a joint venture between India and Singapore. It is one of the oldest IT parks in Bangalore and is still considered as one of the topmost by most working professionals.
Have you heard of an IT park with a beautiful lake at its entrance? Well, we have. Bagmane tech park is known globally for its unique architecture and of course, the big names it hosts – HP, Oracle, Yahoo and so many more.
Commonly known as Manyata Tech Park, this huge complex is one of the best IT parks in North Bangalore and the perfect place to channel your inner Messi. It has a really cool rooftop football ground, so even if you can’t meet your team goals at work, you can score a few here during your lunch break, or post-work.
Housing Google and hundreds of other companies, this tech park is for all those who neither want to stay in the middle of the city nor want to travel to Whitefield. They also have some housing projects nearby, so you can just walk to the office instead of enduring that awkward carpool with your boss.
Located in Whitefield, the IT Park hub of Bangalore, Mind Comp is one of the more popular places among all employees. It is famous for its interesting structure and is only at a stone’s throw from a busy brewery.
One of India’s largest, this tech park is divided into four parts for better accessibility. You’ll need a car just to move around from one part to another. It houses around 200 companies, including but not limited to Infosys, Wipro, HCL, Tech Mahindra etc.
Not just boasting of companies like Intel, Accenture, HP India, this business park also has a co-working space on its premises that is the base for various booming startups, giving birth to a kind of techseption (tech companies in a company in a tech park).
Said to be one of the most underrated among its peers, this tech park is spacious, elegant and has bare shell floors that add to its aesthetic. The perfect place to take a picture for your Facebook or LinkedIn dp!
This seven-storey business park is extremely close to the airport, has a lot of local companies and also has some good housing options nearby. Simply put, if you have an evening flight, you don’t need to take a cab at 10 in the morning.
This one is located in Electronic City, the largest area hosting hundreds of IT companies.
Although this is quite far from the city, most companies situated here offer shuttle services to their employees. It’s a little bit like a school bus, but for adults.
IT or tech parks are large areas filled with IT & software companies, designed in a special way to provide the best environment for their smooth running – be it residential complexes, high-speed internet, relaxation zones or cafes for an unending supply of coffee.
Ideally, the best tech parks are the ones with the best facilities – infrastructure, work environment, cafes, communication. These are the ones that attract the most companies and most importantly, the best employees.
International Tech Park, more popular as ITPL is located in Whitefield, Bangalore. It is so huge that it covers a 450,000 square foot Park Square mall. And several sporting arenas. AND a Vivanta by Taj hotel too.
There are many IT companies in Bangalore which are present in Global village tech park. Accenture, Crompton Greaves, Mindtree, Sonata Software, Textron and Hinduja Global Solutions… actually a better question would be – which companies are NOT there in Global Village Tech Park.
Although it’s difficult to name one, Global Village Tech Park, Bagmane Tech Park and ITPB all have a huge number of registered IT companies.
Many of these tech parks we mentioned are planning to open new wings in the upcoming years. Besides that, a Life Sciences park is in the talks and is expected to generate around 50,000 jobs.