Housing is one of Mumbai’s biggest challenges; finding affordable and convenient housing is especially difficult for the economically disadvantaged. In response, HDIL has partnered MMRDA (Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority), to launch the Mumbai Metropolitan Region’s largest rental housing scheme.
In a truly collaborative venture, HDIL will construct self-contained units in 14-storeyed quake-resistant buildings in CIDCO-approved layouts, that meet all the standard norms for high-rise structures. While MMRDA will be responsible for all the infrastructural development, including 4-lane roads, water supply, electricity and a skywalk to the railway station.
While HDIL will hand over the rental housing units to MMRDA free of cost, the company will also build elegant, space-efficient 1,2 and 3 bedroom homes for free sale at affordable rates, in an eco-friendly environment with ultra modern amenities including hospitals, primary and secondary schools, community centres, gardens, playgrounds, electric sub-station, bus terminal, parking lots, shopping centre, police and fire stations.
It is the largest rental housing scheme in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region since 1947
MMRDA is the Project Implementing Authority and CIDCO is the Special Planning Authority
The project is located 2 kms. from Virar railway station (W), with a proposed sky walk for easy access.
A total development of 525 acres, will be completed in 4 phases.
The construction of approximately 43,000 units of 160 sq. ft. carpet area each, in ground+14 storey buildings, aggregating to 13 million sq. ft. of built up area, to be handed over to MMRDA for rental housing free of cost.
The construction of approximately 90,000 units aggregating to 39 million sq. ft. of built up area for free sale area, with the imminent launch of the first phase of 20,000 units.
A comprehensive environment management plan including rain water harvesting, water conservation, sewage treatment & solid waste management
The development of Social Infrastructure
The project plan includes approximately
4 million sq. ft. devoted to social infrastructure,
which will meet every need of a modern lifestyle:
Primary and secondary schools
Hospitals & health centers
Playgrounds & gardens
Markets & shopping complexes
Fire station & police stations