Why Boisar Is Going To Emerge As Sought-After Residential Hub In Mumbai Suburbs?


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    Dreaming of owning a house in Mumbai but couldn’t afford it? Your dream may come true at Boisar.

    Boisar is an industrial town is one of Mumbai’s fastest-growing suburbs. Located 42 km away from Virar, this town is likely to transform into a major residential hub very soon, owing to the proposed infrastructure and upcoming real estate projects in the area.

    Despite being in the suburbs, Boisar does not lack in employment opportunities. In fact, the creation of more than one lakh jobs over the past 10 years has fuelled the need for housing.

    Earlier, people used to commute to-and-fro or more than an hour, to reach their workplaces in Boisar. The district not only houses the largest Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) in the state but also has the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC) at Tarapur.

    MIDC alone has over 1,500 industrial units, including global corporations like TATA Steel, JSW Steel, and Raymond.  The place is close to Maharashtra’s largest fishing ports such as Satpati, Dahanu, Arnala, Vasai, and Datiware. The district is also close to Gujarat’s largest cities like Ahmedabad and Surat.

    The place comes as a cheap solution for those looking for affordable homes in and around Mumbai. Here are some reasons why Boisar will soon emerge as a sought-after residential hub in Mumbai suburbs:

    • In the past few years, the connectivity with Mumbai has improved drastically. Also, the proposed bullet train between Ahmedabad and Bandra-Kurla Complex (BKC), will also halt at Boisar. So connectivity to Mumbai and elsewhere will not be an issue.

    • Also, the current residential prices in Boisar is lower than the whole Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR). As per the data, the starting price for 1-BHK apartments is Rs 16.41 lakhs.
    • The area is close to Mumbai but free from pollution, noise and traffic congestion.
    • Boisar is busting with employment opportunities in various sectors.

    • The basic infrastructure of Boisar is in place. Resident’s shopping needs are catered to by hypermarkets like D-Mart and Big Bazaar and a standalone multiplex and shopping arcade while healthcare and educational facilities also exist.
    • With improving connectivity, it will also be easier to stay in the area and work at Malad or Andheri.

    Seeing the connectivity and location, Boisar in understandably attracting the interest of affordable home buyers. In fact, not only people from Mumbai but many people from Mumbai and Gujarat, who have their business interests in these cities, are also looking at Boisar for their first homes, as they can commute to their business centres easily.

    However, homebuyers should be aware that civic amenities are still below standard in the area. That means bad roads and drainage systems, water shortage and load shedding are still the issues that stand unresolved.


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