It’s a saying for Mumbai city that it’s easier finding GOD than finding a home in Mumbai. This epigram sprung in life when we decided to shift to a metro city sometime back, as we got a good job opportunity in a multinational organization. As a new start, we rented a small apartment and soon we too were like one of those miserable characters from the travel stories on Mumbai. We were enjoying the initial days of work and living as we were exploring the cityscape. Seeing development happening in terms of infrastructure, the city was growing each day and we were growing too. Happy to say that all was settled as far as job-life was concerned, and in some months, I was getting a promotion too.
We currently reside in 1BHK rented apartment in Kandivali and daily commute has become a nightmare now. We both have a different route to travel. I commute to Andheri and then take the metro, while my better half drive through Western Express Highway, to Bandra. Travelling continues to get worst because of the increasing traffic. Often while daydreaming, we fancy our own home nearby our work location and we are planning all our finances accordingly. My hunt for my own dream house has begun and we are already jotting all the necessary home-buying mandates.
Ever since I started getting down in Andheri and take metro, my desire to have a home near Andheri has touched a new peak. Not only metro, it is one of the most well-connected suburbs in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR), with proximity to Mumbai International airport too. All these make it a very popular residential locality of the city. Also, it is not just preferred as a commercial hub, but is the most sought-after destination for residential searches. Andheri is connected to the western express highway, facilitating the better access to other commercial hubs like BKC, Lower Parel, and eastern suburbs like Ghatkopar and Vikhroli. Well known prime industrial estates like Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC), Santacruz Electronics Export Processing Zone (SEEPZ) and Laxmi Industrial Estate have their presence in Andheri.
Andheri has witnessed a surge in population in recent years, and property rates thus have been increased. Let us evaluate some major growth that has taken place some time back –
Connectivity in Andheri – It is well connected to Mumbai’s prominent areas like Jogeshwari, Goregaon, Malad, BKC, Bandra, and South Mumbai. NH8 too runs through it. The railways lines connecting to the Western Railway that extends to Churchgate to Virar, Central Railway connecting to Thane and Harbour line connecting Andheri to Panvel. The Metro Line running over the heart of Andheri-Kurla road, between Versova and Ghatkopar, has played a significant role in recent years to increase the residential as well as commercial demand. And both, International Airport and Domestic Airport are just a short drive away.
Corporate developments – List of corporate developments is too long, some of which include P&G, HUL, Jet Airways, Coke, Bisleri, Software companies, etc. The western suburb has accounted for almost 41% of office absorption, 70% of which comes from Andheri.
The search led us to many brokers and builders and online websites. Our hunt was finally over at Omkar’s new project PASSCODE –ANDHERI HIGHWAY , boasting of 1, 2 and 3 BHK luxurious residences with 30+ amenities and breath-taking views. As far as proximity is concerned, the project is at a stone’s throw from the Western Express Highway. Anyway, currently we are paying 20000 as rent per month, so it is better to invest and have our future home near Andheri. Isn’t it a great decision? Obviously, it is.
What could be merrier than investing in Omkar’s new project! Taking into consideration the growth track of the developer, this project certainly holds a lot for home-buyers.
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