is among the most urbanized localities in Mumbai
. It is an upscale locality with majority of people belonging to the high-income group and non-resident Indian. The locality came into existence when Mumbai
city started witnessing shortage of living space.
The main road that connects Seawoods
to the NH4 is the Palm Beach
Road. NMMT and BEST bus transportation system establishes a well-defined network, connecting this area to Navi Mumbai
and other Mumbai
suburbs. Owing to the outstanding intra-city connectivity, people often travel here from other parts of the city for shopping and recreational purposes. The nearest station that connects it to the Mumbai
suburban railway network is the Darave station. A project to extend the metro network here along with an airport will enhance the intra-city connectivity in future and reduce the load on the existing modes of transportation.
The road network in this area is optimised and well managed, with an aim to ease out the traffic pressure, especially during the peak hours.
is known for its reasonably priced single-bedroom flats. Of late, the demand for 3BHK flats has also increased. Rates for renting out a semi-furnished triple bedroom flat in this locality can cost up to Rs 20,000- Rs 40,000 per month, based on amenities, etc. The flats that are up for sale would cost around Rs 10,700 to Rs 11,000 per sq ft.
Its outstanding infrastructure and transportation has places Seawoods
among the top-notch neighbourhoods. Basic amenities such as multispeciality hospitals, educational institutions and departmental stores are readily available to the residents in this locality. Renowned schools that are located here include Ryan International and Delhi