Mumbai is a vast city made up of group of 7 islands. It becomes difficult for outsiders to select a neighborhood which suits them. Again opinion of different people adds up in creating more confusion.
In this blog we are going to tell you about top areas to stay:
Also known as startup hub of India. It has number of township projects by different developers. It is upmarket commercial and residential area. Many commercial institution are there like Larsen and Toubro, Deloitte, Bayer’s etc. It is just 5kms from the Airport and lies in the vicinity of the Kanjumarg station. It’s quite easy to commute to western suburb if you are planning to get a place in Powai.
Price: Rs.15000-23000 per Sq-ft
Bandra is one of the fastest developing area in Mumbai. Bandra Kurla Complex aka BKC is famous for number of big organization offices. Due to number of offices in BKC it has number of 5 star hotels and different restaurants. Also Bandra is connected to South Mumbai by Bandra Worli sealink which makes travelling easy.
Price: Bandra(W): Rs.43000
Bandra (E): Rs.28000
Bkc : Rs.27000
Andheri is biggest suburb of Mumbai. It has population of 1.5 million. It is best suitable if you need to commute to different places every day. The best thing about Andheri is all there are various options available for travelling like Metro, Railway and Best bus. Comparing to above areas land price is low. Anderi east is best suitable for frequent flyers because CST international terminus is located there.
Price: Andheri(W): Rs.21500
Andheri(E) : Rs.16500
- Lower Parel
Best known for its cotton mills. During the beginning of 21st century most of the cotton mills closed down so lots of land was available for redevelopment. Therefore, Lower Parel has most modern infrastructure with beautiful skyline. Number of new township projects are coming up in Parel. It has number of beautiful malls, hotels and pubs. It has different railway station for western and central line.
Price: Rs.33000- Rs.44000
- Navi Mumbai
Navi Mumbai is a planned township of Mumbai on the west coast of the Indian state of Maharashtra. It was developed in 1971 as a new urban township of Mumbai by Government Of Maharashtra with the assistance of CIDCO. Navi Mumbai, located in the eastern trans harbour of Mumbai, Maharashtra, is one of the world’s largest planned townships. Since independence, the decision to build a new city on the mainland across the harbour was for a specific purpose: to decongest Mumbai, an island city whose physical expansion had a limit.