Jun 30, 2023

Mahalaxmi: the heart in the city of dreams

by Godrej Properties Limited

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A popular choice for homebuyers in Mumbai is the upscale neighbourhood of Mahalaxmi in south Mumbai. It is conveniently situated on the western line of the Mumbai Suburban Railway.

Getting the best views is a key factor in choosing a luxury dream home. The historic derby races and Sunday breakfasts are held at Mumbai's 140-year-old Mahalaxmi Race Course, among other things. In the centre of Mumbai, on 225 acres, is the Mahalaxmi Race Course, which is often seen as a status symbol. A coveted address, the Arabian Sea borders the historic racecourse and offers spectacular vistas and coastal panoramas. Mumbai is among the fortunate few metropolitan areas in the world to have a racecourse right in the middle of the city.

One of the most crucial factors in all of these is connectivity, which increases housing demand across different cities, especially in regions with high levels of automobile traffic.

It can be stressful to commute for extended periods of time in a city like Mumbai. Home buyers consequently favour areas like Mahalaxmi. The South Mumbai neighbourhood of Mahalaxmi is well known for its strong connections, abundance of opulent developments, and accessibility to both the city's social and physical infrastructure. Mahalaxmi is now well connected to the main streets of the city. The neighbourhood is connected to the airports, Bandra-Worli sea link, Elphinstone flyover, Eastern Motorway, and other transportation facilities, allowing for easy access to all areas of the city.

The upcoming infrastructure improvements in and close to Mahalaxmi will enhance connectivity and boost real estate demand. Some examples of recent advances are as follows:

Monorail

The first monorail in India, the Mumbai monorail, is about 20 kilometres long. By connecting Chembur-Wadala and Jacob Circle, commuters can travel from Wadala to Jacob Circle in less than 24 minutes. In actuality, it usually takes about 42 minutes.

Colaba Bandra Seepz metro

By means of Metro Line 3, also known as the Aqua Line 3, Colaba-Bandra and SEEPZ will soon be connected. When it is finished, the 33.5-kilometer way will serve as Mumbai's first underground metro line. The metro line will run from Cuffe Parade in the southern part of the city to SEEPZ in the north-central region, stopping at 26 underground stations. This line is intended to reduce traffic jams and pressure on the Western Express Highway between Bandra and Church Gate. Residents of Mahalaxmi will greatly benefit from this.

Developments along the Eastern Mumbai waterfront

Construction on the eastern Mumbai waterfront is anticipated to be completed by the Maharashtra State government. One of Mumbai's most beautiful waterfront estates is the Mumbai Port Trust area, which spans more than 10 kilometres along the eastern shore. The planned development would enhance accessibility and benefit Mahalaxmi's residential market.

Bridges, roads, and tunnels

In order to reduce traffic congestion and provide cars with direct routes to Worli Naka and Haji Ali Junction, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) plans to construct two road over bridges (ROBs) close to Mahalaxmi station. Along with the ROB, the coastal road has been extended. Through a 10.58-kilometer coastal road, Nariman Point will be linked to the Bandra-Worli Sea Link. In the near future, Mahalaxmi is expected to undergo significant change and see an influx of skyscrapers.

Mahalaxmi, due to its strategic location and countless superb connectivity developments, is quite literally at the heart of the city. Whether you’d like to go for a walk along Juhu beach, Chowpatty or catch the sunset at Marine Drive, it is extremely convenient. Knowing that, there are multiple prime developers offering apartments and spaces in Mahalaxmi. Godrej Properties has its very own luxurious property called (need information about the Godrej project in Mahalaxmi here). If you’re looking for a location for your dream home, it’s definitely difficult to loo

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