Developed by CIDCO,Navi Mumbai, a meticulously planned region, boasts of modern infrastructure and amenities such as plethora of banks, schools, hospitals, restaurants and reliable public transport. The well-connected network of roads, railways and metro will enable people to travel to Mumbai and other places easily. The commercial and residential sector is growing at fast pace that brings in huge employment opportunity and alluring property returns.
Navi Mumbai International Airport (NMIA) is an under construction greenfield international airport being built at UlweKopar-Panvel in Maharashtra, India. It will be the second international airport for the Mumbai Metropolitan Region, functioning as India's first urban multi-airport system. This project has given the boost to Navi Mumbai realty as newer project are coming up in locations like Panvel, Ulwe, Dronagiri and Uran.
JNPT - Jawaharlal Nehru Port [JNPT], also known as Nhava Sheva Port, is the largest container port in India, handling around 55% of the country’s containerized cargo, located east of Mumbai in Raigad district, this port on the Arabian Sea is accessed via Thane Creek. . The hinterland connectivity both by rail and road is being further strengthened by ongoing projects like the Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC), which will increase the existing train capacity of 27 to 100 trains per day; Multi-Modal Logistics Park (MMLP) and widening of the Port road connectivity. Its proximity to the Cities of Mumbai, Navi Mumbai and Pune; airports; hotels, exhibition centres, etc. gives the Port an extra edge to address the shippers’ needs, efficiently and promptly. It is but natural to see the rise in the realty projects in the surrounding locations.
The Great Mumbai Trans Harbour Link also known as the Sewri Nhava Sheva Trans Harbour Link, is an under-construction 21.8 kilometres (13.5 mi), freeway grade road bridge connecting the Indian city of Mumbai with Navi Mumbai . It will significantly reduce the commute time from Navi Mumbai (Nhava Sheva) to South Mumbai (Sewri), will act as a booster for the realty of the independent city,The entire Panvel, Nhava Sheva, Uran belt, up to Alibaug,DronagiriUlwe have seen the upward surge in the prices of property.
Virar-Alibaug Corridor Project is a project undertaken by the MMRDA. It is expected to provide seamless connectivity by the metro as well as by road from Alibaug to Virar. The corridor will bypass the western and eastern suburbs and also the routes which will witness growth in the future. The proposed alignment will connect four crucial national highways, NH8 (Mumbai-Ahmedabad), NH3 (Mumbai-Agra-Delhi), NH4 (Mumbai-Chennai) and NH17 (Goa-Mangalore-Kerala). The MMRDA has claimed that the 140-km corridor will reduce the long commute to barely an hour. Phase-I of the corridor will be of 90 km from Virar to Panvel. Phase-II will be of 50 km from Panvel to Alibaug. This planned development of infrastructure makes the adjacent locations a realty hotspot.
CIDCO has approved second coastal road in the region to connect Kharghar with Belapur, providing easy access to the proposed international airport in the city.The MTHL-Panvel Coastal Road, the first stretch, will include construction of three flyovers at nodal road junctions, two bridges and one rail overbridge. This route will provide connectivity with the upcoming Navi Mumbai international airport over the Seawood-Uran railway line and the Amra Marg.The second route will be a 9.5-km road connecting Kharghar, Amra Marg and the water terminal at Nerul. The coastal road will boost the realty prices in Navi Mumbai, particularly in Ulwe, Kharghar and Belapur.
The Navi Mumbai Metro is a rapid transit system under construction. The Navi Mumbai Metro is planned to consist of five lines, totaling 106.4 kilometres (66.1 mi) in length. Following lines are proposed:
1. Belapur – Kharghar – Taloja – Pendhar.
2. MIDC Taloja – Kalamboli – Khandeshwar (Extention to Airport is proposed).
3. Interlink between Pendhar& MIDC.