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Redevelopment: Mumbai



Redevelopment : Mumbai 

Being the financial capital of India and home to Bollywood, many people see Mumbai as a place to get opportunity to get their dream come true.

Redevelopment of city of dreams

Bombay to Mumbai .....

This might feel like today's thought but the migration of people to this so called Island Vity has never dropped, and so the housing burden too.
If we see in past, Mumbai as a city, people used to travel less to their working space. But with time the city space got filled and people needed to settle a bit far from the city. The original settlement called as challs also began to feel the need of recreation and increasing the floors with facilities.

Redevelopment of the city for better future

The city has over 100's of challs and many mills which had been moved far from the city by new By-laws. The city saw great redevelopment and many new tall tower. We can say them skyscraper till early 2010. After that year many new proposals were made and much taller skyscrapers came into the city which were of skyscrapers category, and the price per sq ft also increased as a rocket. Also as the city FSI was 1.5 earlier ,now it is 3, the city needed gretaer FSI for more space so more people can leave near to the work space, which will eventually reduce the price and also reduce burden on the public transportation system.

Redevelopment and metro projects for the city of dream

The city has seen so much development that the Lifeline of the city "Local" also needed some reformation but the current situation doesn't allow much change and increase in the coverage over city and thus the Government planned MUMBAI METRO 🚇 project which will connect the city in better and complete manner.

Metro station Mumbai

New place to leave, new transportation system and many more changes in the economic side too has lead this City Of Dream to a new place and thus I named this article as Redevelopment : Mumbai

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