Residential options galore in Ghatkopar, Mulund, Bhandup, Vikhroli
Mulund west is witnessing tremendous growth in terms of upcoming and near-completion projects
Jul 01, 2013
Source : The Times of India

 

MUMBAI: Ghatkopar, Vikhroli, Bhandup and Mulund are situated along the central line in Mumbai. These localities have emerged as attractive destinations for buyers looking for areas that are close to the nerve centres of the metropolis.

With a slew of residential projects, these areas are poised to become prominent residential hubs. Mulund west is witnessing tremendous growth in terms of upcoming and near-completion projects. Whispering Towers by HDIL offers 2 and 3-BHK units in the range of Rs 1.36-2.06 crore; Omega by Nirmal Builders offers 1 and 2-BHK residential houses at Rs 80 lakh onwards. Sports City by Nirmal Group offers 2 and 3-BHK multi-storey apartments priced at Rs 1.40 crore onwards. According to Manju Yagnik, vicechairperson, Nahar Group, “Although Mulund is almost at par with Powai in terms of infrastructure and prices, there are still some properties which are available within the affordable price range.”

Commenting on Bhandup, Subhankar Mitra, head-strategic consulting (west), Jones Lang LaSalle India, observes, “Bhandup has emerged as an important residential hub. Earlier, there were limited properties available in this location and the prices were very attractive, with sales limited to resale properties and projects by smaller builders.” If you are searching for houses in Bhandup, you can check out Beauty Landmark with 1 and 2-BHK apartments ranging between Rs 35-50 lakh and Beauty Heights by Sankalp Builders offering 1-BHK units from Rs 40 lakh.

Kalpataru Ltd offers 2-BHK multi-storey apartments in their Kalpataru Aura project in Ghatkopar. Prices for these units start at Rs 1.60 crore onwards. If you look at Vikhroli, Godrej Platinum by Godrej Properties offers 2 and 4-BHK apartments with a starting price of Rs 2.38 crore. Mayfair Hillcrest by Mayfair Housing offers 2-BHK units from Rs 1.26 crore onwards in Vikhroli too.

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