Mumbai Trans Harbour Link Will Be Game Changer For This Sector

Shubham Dubey
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Atal Setu

Mumbai city of Maharashtra is already the largest and most expensive place in the country regarding real estate. After the commencement of the Mumbai Trans Harbor Link or Atal Setu, more wonderful times will come for it. After the inauguration of MTHL in Mumbai, as soon as it becomes available to the common people, it will emerge as a game changer for the people, the city, the state, and the country.

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Anshuman Magazine’s Chairman and CEO, CBRE, India (Southeast Asia, Middle East and Africa), said, “The Mumbai Trans Harbor Link is a historic leap in India’s infrastructure sector. This road bridge will not only reduce the distance But also help accelerate the economic growth of this area. MTHL is moving towards becoming a game-changer.

It connects the Mumbai Pune Expressway well and solidly to strengthen the connectivity between major cities of Maharashtra. For the industry and especially for real estate, this MTHL or Atal Setu will be a factor of great development not only for Mumbai but for the entire state.”

Rajashree Murkute, Senior Director, CareEdge Ratings, says that after the commencement of MTHL in Mumbai, the picture of this city will change.

This is a special project among the country’s infrastructure development projects aiming to reduce congestion. Through this, there will be seamless connectivity from South Mumbai to Navi Mumbai and beyond, and development can also be seen in other areas of this island city. Talking about some of the special benefits arising from this, a boom is being seen in both commercial and residential real estate, which was expected, so it happened.

Mumbai’s infrastructure development, especially in terms of connectivity, is growing rapidly across the city. Be it coastal roads, new airports, metro lines, MTHL, or underground connectivity. However, there is still a lot of activity left. Some of the big projects underway include India’s first high-speed rail, which is expected to cost more than Rs 1 trillion.

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