1 BHK / 1.6 Crore onwards
The Trees, is a modern industrial township. This development includes the recently completed global headquarters, Godrej One, and will also offer world class residential, hospitality, retail and cultural facilities. But perhaps most uniquely, in the midst of a buzzing urban metropolis, Vikhroli offers a natural oasis with a mangrove reserve five times the size of London’s famed Hyde Park – ensuring a lasting and deep connection to nature.
<p>The project is developed by Godrej Properties, a real estate development group focussed on delivering best in its segment and high-value residential apartments. Godrej Properties is one of the few national developers with its presence in leading residential markets in the country. In recent years, Godrej Properties has received over 200 awards and recognitions, including the "Real Estate Company Of The Year" at the Construction Week India Awards 2015, 'Golden Peacock Award for Sustainability' for the year 2015 by Institute Of Directors (IOD), "Most Reliable Builder for 2014" at the CNBC AWAAZ Real Estate Awards 2014, "Innovation Leader in Real Estate" award at the NDTV Property Awards 2014 and "Popular Choice - Developer of the Year" award by ET NOW in 2013.</p>
Vikhroli is a special place, nestled amidst greenery and the largest mangrove belt in the city. Over the next several years, Vikhroli is likely to be the single largest inner city real estate development in Mumbai offering untapped growth potential from an end user as well as an investment perspective. Interestingly, Knight Frank, the global property consultant, recently featured Eastern Mumbai as the only location in India amongst the top ten global real estate investment opportunities. This leafy neighborhood strategically commands Mumbai’s physical geographic center. It enjoys the best urban connectivity the city has to offer – directly along the Eastern Express Highway connecting the north, south and east, and, LBS Marg, which connects with the city’s western suburbs. As a result of this, all parts of the city are within convenient reach. For example, it takes 35 minutes to Fort via the Eastern Express Highway and just 15 minutes to BKC via the Santa Cruz Link Road. The future high speed connection between the current airport and the proposed new airport across the creek will further transform the eastern belt into the central destination for Mumbai.