Godrej Bayview presented by Godrej Properties can be considered an example of luxury living. Combining beautiful 2 and 3 bedrooms, the building also boasts a relaxing rooftop and viewing area. The flats are designed with open-sided design to allow for a bird view of the city.
Thanks to the well-thought-out design, the apartments have a reasonable amount of ventilation and sunlight, a rare gift in the modern construction of dense matchboxes.
Considered and practiced with the Crème de la crème of society in mind; apartments really are a different kind. The complex of multiple residential towers located in the heart of Mumbai just a few kilometers from the railway station, the site is rapidly emerging as a new area for infrastructure growth.
If not, the increase in supply will simply add to the premium projects in the Mumbai realty sector. Although the housing sector is facing a cold season, housing prices in many markets have been slightly adjusted. High prices and unfavorable economic conditions have led to widespread economic uncertainty. It is therefore very important that the government also looks at reviving the need for housing.
The government has provided a reduction in the minimum price for a portion of premium and affordable housing. Additional measures such as subsidized housing loans, total tax exemption paid for mortgage loans, categorization of home loans as major sector loans will help increase the overall demand in the sector in Mumbai. As well as the reduction of barriers along the supply chain in the real estate sector, there is a need for government to come up with alternatives to create demand. Only then will the sector be able to revitalize in a real sense.
Due to the emergence of another business district and the increased use of office space along the Eastern Express Highway and Western Express Highway have become increasingly important in the Western part of the city to improve residential development. Engineers are actively launching projects on the belt as visible and social infrastructure is expected to keep the need for future end users unchanged. The East zone, which has emerged as a hub for affordable new housing, was introduced to attract the demand for end users for working professionals.