Byculla: Physical infrastructure and liveability

[] Is it worth investing in a property in Byculla? We provide a snapshot of the infrastructure in the region and the liveability quotient for home buyers

Byculla is located in the heart of the Mumbai Metropolitan Region. With a history of several textile mills in the area, Byculla is now an emerging real estate hotspot in Mumbai. The old mill lands have turned into a good land bank, for realty development in the area. Byculla is well-connected to all parts of the Mumbai, via rail and road networks, including the Western and Eastern Express Highways.

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Liveability quotient:

Schools: Suffah English School; Christ Church High School; Convent High School; St Agnes High School; Sir Elly Kadoorie School and Junior College.

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Colleges: MH Saboo Siddik College of Engineering; Aishabai College of Education; Grant Medical College; Burhani College of Commerce and Arts; Nair Dental College.

Hospitals and diagnostic centres: Masina Hospital; Central Railway Hospital; Balaji Hospital; Bharat Ratna Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Memorial Hospital; Sir Jamsetjee Jeejebhoy Hospital.

Connectivity: Byculla enjoys connectivity to the Eastern Express Highway and is also close to the Eastern Freeway. It is connected by the local rail network (Central Line) and has bus connectivity to all places in Mumbai.

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Petrol pumps: Present in all regions at Byculla.

Civic facilities: Byculla is close to Nagpada’s Durgadevi water reservoir. It enjoys regular water and power supply.

Other facilities: Presence of a zoo, museum and the largest vegetable market in Mumbai.

Existing and proposed physical infrastructure

With good hospitals, schools and colleges in the area, Byculla has always attracted home buyers. The domestic airport is only 20 kms away from Byculla. Buses and taxis are easily available to parts of Mumbai. The real estate markets adjoining Byculla are witnessing huge redevelopment activities. Consequently, the demand for residential properties, is expected to remain strong.

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Debora Berti

Università degli Studi di Firenze, IT

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