Frazer Town is a locality nestled in north-east of Bangalore, spanning over 4 SqKm. It was built in 1910 during the British rule and was named after Maharaja Krishnaraja Wadiyar IV, scholar Stuart Frazer. It was renamed Pulakeshinagar but is commonly addressed as Frazer Town. The locality boasts some brilliant architecture and colonial bungalows of Gothic style.
It houses large scale industries and IT/ITES firms. Excellent connectivity is also a key feature of Frazer Town entailing bus services and railway station. The Bengaluru International Airport is at a distance of 28 km from the region. Social infrastructure in Frazer Town entails popular schools, hotels, hospitals as well as shopping malls. The property market comprises villas in Frazer Town, plots in Frazer Town, luxury projects in Frazer Town, under construction properties in Frazer Town as well as apartments of 1/2/3/4 BHK in Frazer Town.