Among the western suburbs of Mumbai, Bandra is famous largely due to the fact that it is as old as Mumbai and has always existed as a separate town. Today, Bandra has grown in importance largely due to the introduction of the Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC). It is a huge area that connects Bandra in the west to Kurla in the east and houses top companies and financial institutions. Today, BKC has become a top business hub in Mumbai. Some of top commercial complexes here include Jammu & Kashmir Bank National Business Centre, National Stock Exchange, SEBI, NABARD Head Office, IL&FS, Asian Heart Institute, Dow Chemicals, ICICI Bank, Citibank, Dena Bank, Bank of Baroda, State Bank of India, Bank of India, Bharat Diamond Bourse, Dhirubhai Ambani International School, and American School of Bombay & Fortune 500.
Some of the other prominent features of the western suburbs of Mumbai are the Juhu beach, Aksa beach Malad, and the Versova beach, which are popular tourist spots as well. Borivali becomes the entry point for the Sanjay Gandhi National Park, a very popular wildlife reserve, which is famously known as the Borivali National Park. Further, the western suburbs are home to many top BPOs and IT companies located in various parts of SEEPZ in Andheri.
The most crucial part about all the western suburbs is the connectivity. All of these are well-connected through the Western line of the Mumbai Suburban Railway. Further, the Western Express Highway, JVLR, S V Road, and Malad Link Road add to the connectivity of the western suburbs and link them to all parts of Mumbai.
Real Estate in the Western Suburbs:
Western suburbs of Mumbai boast of the presence of top builders such as Raheja, Rustomjee, and Kanakia Group with projects such as Kanakia Sevens and Vasant Oasis, with state-of-the-art comfort levels, amenities, and security.
All these aspects make the western suburbs of Mumbai an ideal real estate destination.