Most promising residential locales in Mumbai

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Bandra: Known as the Queen of Suburbs - Bandra, is one of the most popular spots in Mumbai. This suburb is home to some of the most famous celebrities. The suburb has a variety of restaurants-bars, cafes, shopping streets and clubs. Always full of live, Bandra is without a doubt an attraction for many residents.

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Andheri: Andheri is one of the most populated suburbs in Mumbai with a large number of shopping malls, restaurants and residential complexes. In the recent years, Andheri has also opened up to many firms and businesses.

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Juhu: To the South of Andheri, Juhu is a famous tourist spot in Mumbai. Known for its beach and Amitabh Bachchan’s home, everyone who visits the city definitely makes a trip to this place. Being a prime location in Mumbai, the residential prices in Juhu are on the costly side.

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Powai: Thanks to the expansive Hiranandani complex – Powai – located on the banks of Powai Lake; this place has become very popular amongst homebuyers. Rare to the central thought of this city, Powai is systematically designed township that has hospitals, schools and playgrounds.

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Goregaon: With real estate prices on a constant hike, Goregaon offers affordable housing to many who decide to settle in this city. This is ‘the’ suburb if you are searching for a reasonably priced home with good connectivity to other parts of the city. Goregaon is an important residential area of Mumbai with connectivity via the Link road and the Western Express Highway.

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Navi Mumbai: Navi Mumbai has witnessed great growth in the infrastructure and residential complexes, Colleges, IT companies, malls, etc. Panvel, Vashi, Ulwe are some of the well-liked housing areas. Navi Mumbai is a well designed township developed by CIDCO.

 


Updated Date: Jun 01, 2016 18:05 PM

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