The Jewel In The Crown: Hiranandani Fortune City, Panvel!

  • The Jewel In The Crown: Hiranandani
    2Oct 2021

    Panvel is fast emerging as a major real estate hub in Mumbai and it has great potential for future growth, mostly due to the slew of infrastructural developments that are coming up in this region. The Mumbai Trans Harbour Link, Navi Mumbai International Airport, and the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus- Panvel fast corridor are some of the key infrastructural projects which will boost the destination.

    Panvel has also recently seen a huge boost in the real estate sector as many new developers are entering the market with township projects. One of the sought-after townships is Hiranandani Fortune City. Consisting of well-planned residences and retail avenues, the township is surrounded by some of the best educational institutes, medical centers, and other infra facilities. Created on the philosophy of live, work, and play, Hiranandani Fortune City is located between the Old Mumbai – Pune Highway (NH4) and the Mumbai Pune Expressway. It is also strategically located in proximity to the upcoming Navi Mumbai International Airport.

    The township is also favoured for its range of amenities that includes landscaped garden, children's play area, playschool, daycare and activity center, fully equipped gym, spa and salon, community and party hall, and shuttle service to and from major centers. Another important attraction that adds value to Hiranandani Fortune City is the presence of major tourist attractions near the township.

    A paradise for nature-lovers!

    Karnala Bird Sanctuary and Fort. One of the most popular destinations for bird-lovers in the Mumbai area, the sanctuary is centered around the Karnala Fort and is located at a 40-minute drive from Hiranandani Fortune City. It is home to over 222 species including eight species native to the Western Ghats namely Grey-fronted Green-pigeon, Nilgiri Woodpigeon, Malabar Parakeet, Malabar Grey Hornbill, White-cheeked Barbet, Malabar Lark, Small Sunbird, and Vigor's Sunbird.

    The Karnala fort is located on the top of the hill in the sanctuary. A sought-after trekking destination, it takes only an hour to reach the fort. The destination is also famous for butterflies, in fact more than 100 species of butterflies are found here.

    Lonavala. At 622 meters above sea level on the Mumbai-Pune Expressway, Lonavala is one of the most visited hill stations in the region. Just a 40 minute-drive from Hiranandani Fortune City, it is also called the city of caves for the presence of spectacular caves, waterfalls, and a refreshing ambiance.

    Bushi Dam: Built in the late 1860s for the Indian Railways as a source of water for their steam engines, the Bushi Dam is a well-liked sightseeing place. A waterfall that brims with water during the monsoon season adds charm to the place.

    Tiger Point: Also known as Tiger's Leap, it is a cliff-top with a scintillating view of the region. Located near the dam, the last 1.6 km to reach the cliff has to be covered on foot.

    Matheran Hills. Another popular weekend getaway for Mumbai residents, the destination is Asia's only automobile free hill station. The place still maintains the charm of British-style architecture and has around 40 designated viewpoints that offer captivating views of the region. One Tree Hill Point, Heart Point, Monkey Point, Porcupine Point, and Rambagh Point are some of the top viewpoints that offer a panoramic and enchanting 360-degree view of the region. Another top attraction is the toy train that covers a distance of 12 miles in an hour and offers passengers a close view of the scenery that changes from grass surfaces to tree-covered hills.

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