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Say NO to traffic jams! Have an office in the Centre of Bangalore: Without the pain of traffic jams!


Blaring horns. Bumper to bumper traffic. Road rage… Bangaloreans have resigned themselves to these necessary evils as part of their daily commute, assuming there really is no choice. We beg to differ. You can say goodbye to traffic woes if you have your office in a strategic location. Like our new branch Golden Square CBD-South., which lets you have the best of both worlds: a prime location (after all we are in the Central Business District!) yet an area that allows you to beat peak traffic if you are living in South Bangalore.

Located just off Double Road, close to Lalbagh South Gate, near the Shanthinagar bus station in Wilson Garden, Golden Square CBD-South is at the beginning of the Central Business District for those coming from South Bangalore, ( Jayanagar, JP Nagar, Basavanagudi, Bannerghatta Road, etc.) Reaching this branch from these locations is smooth. So coming to office and leaving office can be a breeze if you live in South Bangalore, since the peak traffic jams happen more towards the north of this area.

During the day when the traffic is moderate one could easily travel to the rest of Bangalore, and have your visitors conveniently visit your office. You could also use other branches of Golden Square at locations convenient to your clients during the day for meetings and come back to the CBD-South branch before the rush hour starts.

The branch is designed as a convenient office space solution for teams of less than 10 people, with dedicated and virtual office facilities, meeting rooms and conference room.

To know more http://www.goldensquare.in/locations/cbd-south



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