Domlur is one of Bengalurus prominent residential areas. The area is renowned for its Indian Air Force and Army Service Corps divisions and is home to leading IT companies including Dell, Microsoft India R&D and IBM to name a few.
The locality offers good railway and road connectivity alike. The BMTC bus network links the area to several places including Murugesh Palya, Ashok Nagar, Adugodi, CV Raman Nagar, Kodihalli, Koramangala, Indira Nagar and Raman Nagar. The private bus network is also active in the locality. The nearest railway station lies 7.5 kilometres away from Domlur and can be reached through 100 Feet Road. The metro railway network also runs through the area with Indiranagar and Halasuru being the nearest stations on the line. The HAL International Airport lies only 18 kilometres away from the locality and is accessible through HAL Airport Road.
Domlur has transformed into a popular residential destination for IT professionals and urban families owing to its proximity to IT hubs and improvements in connectivity. Several leading developers have launched residential projects and complexes in this locality and prices are slated to rise further in the near future.
The locality offers decent social infrastructure in the form of educational institutions, shopping centres, banks and hospitals. Leading educational institutions here include Frank Anthony Public School, National Public School, Bishop Cotton Boys School, New Horizon School, Baldwin Boys High School, Cathedral High School, ASC Public School, Rashtriya Military School and Kendriya Vidyalaya.
Reputed hospitals situated here include Santosh Hospital, St. Philomenas Hospital, Dr. Agarwal Hospital, Sita Bhateja Specialty Hospital and Agadi Hospital. The area is also home to major banks like Deutsche Bank, Corporation Bank, HSBC, YES Bank and Axis Bank. Several shopping malls, Forum Mall, Grand Mall and Square, are located near Domlur. The area also offers access to several other attractions including The Centre & Aerospace Museum, Tipu Sultans Fort, Lalbagh Botanical Garden and Kamath Bugle Rock.