Mumbai is the city of dreams, It is said that this city never sleeps as you will find people hustling around day and night to fulfill their dreams. This is the land of Bollywood where most of the actors and actresses stay. Here you will find big houses and tall apartments with more than 40-50 floor buildings. Apart from expensive houses, you will see posh and luxurious cars all around Mumbai as super-rich people like Mukesh Ambani own a house in this city.
Just stick to this article and today we are going to tell you few price tags that will surprise you. These locations are soo costly that we can’t even think of owning a house here.
Most Expensive Residential Areas in Mumbai
As per a report published in MoneyControl news, Tardeo, Worli, and Mahalaxmi are the most expensive residential spots in Mumbai where you have to get a big hole in your pocket to buy a property. Let’s check out the pricing.
From Nana chowk in South Mumbai to Haji Ali, Tardeo is the most expensive residential locality where you can get one square foot for Rs 56,200. Well, this is really costly, Also you can find the Imperial twin towers which are one of the tallest buildings in India located here.
If you want to travel from the suburban land of Bandra to the town then Bandra-worli sea Link is the best option. This newly created bridge gives you the chills and feels as it is one of the best places to visit in Mumbai and also it is 2nd most expensive residential area in Mumbai at 41,500 square feet price. Obviously, it is the area where you get to see the SEA and of course the Bandra-Worli Sea Link is near your house. The famous cricketer-Bollywood star couple Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma live here in a plush building Omkar 1973 in Worli. Imagine you being their neighbors. Wow, sounds interesting, isn’t it?
Obviously, you might have heard about the famous Mahalaxmi Temple and the Mahalaxmi racecourse in Mumbai that you might have seen in some of the other movies of Bollywood. If you want to buy a house in Mahalaxmi then you have to spend around Rs. 40,000 per square feet. Wow, this is crazy money, isn’t it?
We know you all love Mumbai, just like us. Comment below which is your favorite place in the city of dreams.