The City that Never Sleeps & The famous name "Dream City"
The Mumbai real estate has shown a growth, with excellent launch of all the projects commercial cum Residential, because of the favourable and happening factors for eg: Well Connectivity of Metro Rail service throughout the city, high-end malls and multiplexes have dashed in added flavor for real estate growth in Mumbai.
Apart from best quality residential and commercial project launches from top builders, Close vicinity to airport, bus and railway terminals and all the major road route for fastest connectivity to reach the desire & prime location at the earliest.
Mumbai, covering an area of about 450 sq. km, is the biggest metropolis of India and its financial capital. Mumbai is located in the state of Maharashtra, or it can be called as heart of Maharashtra, and its the capital of state. About 15 million people live in Mumbai – a city that never sleeps. Mumbai is a conglomeration of seven archipelagos and is populated by people of diverse ethnicities. Originally populated by the fisherman community, the city is now a potpourri of industrialists, film-stars, artists, workers, teachers and clerks.
The people of Mumbai are called Mumbaikars. The main languages spoken in Mumbai are Marathi, Gujarathi, Hindi and English.
Mumbai, being the financial capital of India, hosts large number of corporate houses, the country’s premier stock exchange, and a plethora of 5 star hotels. The Bollywood film making industry is one of the most thriving activities in Mumbai which is no less than a Hollywood film industry. From esoteric restaurants, pubs to spiritual centres like the Hare Rama Hare Krishna temples, from sophisticated multiplexes and malls to roadside tapris that offers hot chai, Mumbai offers it all.
Apart from the metropolis of Mumbai there is also a space which is always available for all the western India, business, cinema, energy and global profile instrumental for rapid and constant growth of this country.
Mumbai formerly known as Bombay till 1996 which was named by British Government. Mumbai is a city of superlatives packed on to a narrow split of reclaimed land that curls into the Arabian Sea from the Maharashtrian coast, it’s the world’s largest urban sprawl, the most crowded, powerful, corrupt, crime-ridden and compelling metropolis in India. Nowhere else in the country looms as large in the popular imagination, or exerts such far-reaching influence.
Everyone is aware, that Mumbai is not a small city that can be described in few words so to explore more about Mumbai, following are the Points to call ourselves Mumbaikar:
Demographics:- All we can say with the survey 2013, The current population of the city of Mumbai is estimated to be about 15 million, which is an increase of 4.2% from the last record of the population. Based on the total land area and the total population of the city, the population density of Mumbai is about 55,794 people per square mile.
About 42% of the population of Mumbai identifies as ethnically Maharashtrian. The next largest ethnic demographic is the Gujaratis, which make up about 19% of the city. The rest of the population is from other parts of India.
Being the economic hub of India and as one of the most populous cities of the world, Mumbai is well connected with the rest of India. Mumbai has several major national highways: NH-3, NH-4, NH-8, NH-17 and NH-222. The Mumbai-Pune Expressway was the first expressway built in India. There are several important highways such as Mumbai Nashik Expressway, Mumbai-Vadodara Expressway, Western Freeway and Eastern Freeway under construction. The Bandra-Worli Sea Link bridge and Mahim Causeway link the island city to the western suburbs. The three major arterial roads of the city are the Eastern Express Highway, the Sion Panvel Expressway and the Western Express Highway.
Also, The international airport at Mumbai is the busiest airport in the country.
The key localities in mumbai are as follows.
|2009||Mumbai||5000 sq.ft to 6000 sq.ft||7000 sq.ft to 8000 sq.ft||9500 sq.ft to 10000 sq.ft||11000 sq.ft to 12000 sq.ft|
|2009||Khar West-Mumbai||15000 sq.ft to 16000 sq.ft||17000 sq.ft to 18000 sq.ft||19500 sq.ft to 30000 sq.ft||32000 sq.ft to 42000 sq.ft|
|2014||Bandra West-Mumbai||43346 PSF|
|Name of the project||Impact areas||Expected Completion Date||Remarks|
|Mumbai Trans-Harbour Link (MTHL)||vcb||Beyond 2017||Test|
|Eastern Freeway||Connects CST to Ghatkopar||Under construction||The 16.8 km highway runs from CST, connecting eastern suburbs such as Chembur, Wadala, Panjarpol and Ghatkopar. Acts as link to Eastern Express Highway|
|Mumbai Trans-Harbour Link (BSNL)||vcb||Beyond 2017||ok|
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