Mysore Road, formerly a reflection of nature's ultimate beauty, has now become a real estate hotspot, with many investment choices available to people of all socioeconomic levels. In addition, Mysore Road is connected to Bengaluru's fastest-growing neighbourhoods, including Kengeri, Basavanapura, Rajarajeshwari Nagar, Subramanyapura, and Banashankari, as well as tourist spots such as Ramanagara, Mandya, and Channapatna.
In the year 2003, the road was opened to the public. It runs for 149 kilometres between Bengaluru and Mysore and acts as a significant route. Its northern point begins in Majestic, Bengaluru's central district, and terminates in Mysore.
Many industrial facilities, including several well-known car giants and IT companies, are located in the vicinity. In addition, Provident Housing has built large-scale residential apartments for sale in Mysore Road to support the booming IT sector.