How Humdrum Chembur Turned Into Hot Spot
Metro Group | 14th Feb, 2019
The suburb of Mumbai, Chembur, has witnessed a sea change over several years. This area is now witnessing an increase in population, owing to the development. Today if you plan to buy a 2 BHK flat in Chembur, you are sure to benefit from the deal.
Let’s find out what makes Chembur a good choice:
Chembur is probably a more sought after area because it’s so well-connected both with the western suburbs and South Mumbai.
- This area has BEST buses connecting to Santacruz — via the first east-west connector.
- Through the eastern freeway, the time taken to travel from Chembur towards Nariman Point has decreased to 40 minutes maximum – during peak traffic hours
- India’s first monorail starts in Chembur and currently goes up to Vadala; it will soon go all the way to Jacob Circle in the island city, providing connectivity to office districts in Lower Parel, Mahalaxmi, and Worli.
- More crucially, Chembur is now just a 15-minute drive from Bandra Kurla Complex the biggest polished commercial zone in Mumbai today.
Chembur’s social infrastructure is well-developed, with a number of malls, restaurants, hospitals, schools, etc. The Bombay Presidency Golf Club, Chembur Gymkhana, Acres Club and K-Star mall are located in the area.
According to experts, the demand for a 2 and 3 BHK flat in Chembur is strong. The count of residential projects in Chembur, Mumbai have risen substantially over the past two years primarily because the location is so advantageous. Metro Group India was one of the prime developers to enter Chembur. The group is currently offering a residential haven par excellence named “Nakshatra ”. This 11-story structure rewards you with luxury, aesthetics, comfort, and convenience to surpass your expectations.
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