3 mins | Lifestyle | 24 September 2019
The concept of township has been existing in India for decades now. Places like Kirloskarwadi in Maharashtra and Jamshedpur in Jharkhand are long-standing examples of integrated townships that have become thriving areas in themselves. Townships are essentially characterized by large residential developments surrounded by all avenues of commerce, convenience and comfort.
Naturally, in a bustling city like Mumbai, the demand for townships was bound to increase over time. As the population grew, incomes improved and daily commute issues catapulted, the need for integrated townships increased as well.
Let’s look at some of the factors that make township living much preferable for the home buyers of India’s financial capital, Mumbai.
Home, and much more
Townships offer much more than quality accommodation. They also come with supporting social infrastructure such as schools, malls, hotels, hospitals and other similar setups. The idea is to offer residents everything they need right in the neighborhood. Even commercial hubs are readily accessible within a township, adding to the upcoming way of work-life balance.
A classic example of an integrated township would be Oberoi Garden City at Goregaon (E). It comprises of Esquire and Exquisite by Oberoi Realty offering luxury 3 BHKs, Duplexes and Penthouses. Besides residential clusters, the development has premium commercial projects in the form of Commerz, India’s first mixed-use building and Commerz II, a towering 30-storey commercial structure have offices of renowned brands like HP, We Work, Verizon, GSK and Samsung. Furthermore, The Westin Mumbai Garden City, Oberoi Mall and Oberoi International School are located in the vicinity as well.
Being a part of a close-knit community has its benefits. Owing to the large clusters of residential projects inside a township, one gets the sense of security, harmony and warmth of being part of a diverse yet welcoming neighborhood. Festivals and celebrations get a new meaning when you experience them in a community. The promise of like-minded people is, therefore, another motivation that makes townships more preferable.
Seamlessly Connected With Nature & City
Besides the convenience and the amenities, what also matters is the balance of nature and serenity that comes with it. An important requisite that goes into considering while planning a township is that of abundant nature, surrounding the project yet being connected to the city. Panoramic views outside your balcony and lush green gardens to sit around actually do invigorate the self – both physically and mentally. This balance of urban living in nature’s proximity is what makes up holistic living a dream come true.
Oberoi Garden City has considered this aspect and offers lush greenery all around the project. Furthermore, the project is naturally blessed with the stunning views of Aarey greens. Project’s arterial connectivity to the Western & Eastern Express Highways, Link Road, Railway Station, upcoming Metro Line along with Domestic and International Airports, make it an ideal transport hub.
Facilitating people with avenues for work, live, relax, celebrate and rejuvenate in the same project in a busy city like Mumbai is indeed an enticement. It is this very proposition that makes integrated townships appealing to everyone.
If you are someone who prefers township living, you definitely ought to pay a visit to Oberoi Garden City (OGC) in Goregaon East. A literal ‘City within a City’, OGC, as it is famously known, offers its residents a serene and holistic lifestyle across its 83 acres. For more details, visit Oberoi Realty
The project Esquire has been registered via MahaRERA registration number: P51800005229 and the details are available on the website https://maharera.mahaonline.gov.in under registered projects.