Bandra Kurla Complex
is a thoroughly planned commercial complex constructed to restrict the concentration of office spaces in south Mumbai
. It was planned by the MMRDA and is the first among the numerous growth centres planned for the city.
The area is bound by the Mahim
Creek towards the south, Kurla
on the east, Santacruz
in the North and Bandra
in the west. The area is home to several companies and institutions such as the National Stock Exchange, Unit Trust of India, ICICI Bank, NABARD head office and the cricket ground of the Mumbai
The area is located close to the Western Express Highway
that enhances its connectivity with the rest of Mumbai
. The Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport is 7 kilometres from the NH8. The Mumbai
Central Railway Station is 15.4 kilometres away along the Senapati Bapat Marg. The area is well served with a plethora of Best buses, autorickshaws and taxis.
and Lok Manya Tilak Termini are easily accessible from here, connecting residents and employees working in the area to the central and western line of the Mumbai
Suburban Railway Network.
Being centrally located and easily accessible from other business hubs, Bandra Kurla Complex
has emerged as a prime real estate destination in Mumbai
. There are several under construction gated communities in the area, that offer duplexes, condominiums, penthouses and luxury apartments. These projects are being helmed by reputed builders of the city.
Social InfrastructureBandra Kurla Complex
is home to numerous schools, banks, sporting arenas, hospitals and shopping zones which make it a delightful neighbourhood to live in. Dhirubhai Ambani International School, American School of Bombay, Mount Litera International School and Arya Vidya Mandir are some of the schools located here. Hospitals in the vicinity include Asian Hospital and Asia Health Institute. Banks such as State Bank of India, ICICI Bank, CitiBank and Standard Chartered Bank have their branches in the vicinity of the area.