Living on the greener side

Living on the greener side

TOWARDS A GREENER, HEALTHIER LIVING

Panvel popularly referred to as the Gateway to the Konkan can also be called the Gateway of Mumbai.

Panvel finds its roots way back in the eras of the Mughals, Marathas, British and the Portuguese as a township developed around a land and sea trade route. Previously known as Paneli, the town prospered and grew thereafter becoming a key port and the site of Chhatrapati Shivaji’s famed cannons.

More than 300 years later, the city retains much of its historic, cultural and natural significance, offering residents breathtaking views of mesmerizing mountainscapes and pristine surroundings.

New Panvel is Panvel’s modern residential and commercial hub symbolizing the future in Navi Mumbai. It comprises New Panvel (E), on the eastern side of Mumbai-Pune toll expressway and New Panvel (W) on its western side.

New Panvel residents today enjoy the best views of the Matheran hills alongwith the invigourating sight of cascading monsoonal waterfalls. A river locally known as 'kal-andrew' flows through the city lending more natural energy to the environment.

On the anvil are plans to transform Panvel into a Smart Green city that seamlessly blends the luxuries of modernity with the wellness of serenity. Families shifting into Balaji Symphony’s upcoming residential project in Panvel will greatly benefit from Panvel’s many Pluses.

GREEN DEVELOPMENT IS CLEAN DEVELOPMENT

New Panvel, is set to become a major education and IT hub, dotted with several universities and IT Parks. The upcoming Gulf Finance House Economic Development Zone is slated to house 140,000 residents, generating direct employment for 250,000 people and indirect employment for as many as 750,000.

State Government approved, MMRDA implemented Panvel Mega City Project will comprise an Energy City, Information Technology and Telecom City, and Entertainment City employing more than 7.5 lakh people. The project is estimated to be fully operational by 2020.

GREEN HOLIDAYS SPOTS FOR BALAJI SYMPHONIANS-

1. Matheran Closeby.

2. Lonavla and Khandala – Commutable distance.

3. Karnala fort and bird sanctuary Hosting nearly 150 species of birds – just 13 kms away approx.

4. Ashtavinayak temples of Ganesha At Ballaleshwar (Pali) and Varadvinayak (Mahad) - both within commutable distance.

5. Gadeshwar Dam Commutable distance.

6. Smart Eco Park Commutable distance.

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