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Sanpada

Sanpada
सानपाडा
Node/Locale
Buildings in Sanpada, as seen from the skyline
Buildings in Sanpada, as seen from the skyline
Sanpada is located in Mumbai
Sanpada
Sanpada
Location of Sanpada in Navi Mumbai
Coordinates:
Country India
State Maharashtra
District Mumbai district
Metro Navi Mumbai
Population
 • Total 40,000
Languages
 • Official Marathi
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 400705
Telephone code 022
Vehicle registration MH-43

Sanpada is a residential node that has been developed by CIDCO since the late 1980s. It has expanded considerably with new building projects springing up every other day. In fact Sanpada is becoming the next ideal residential hub with malls and major amnesties establishing in close vicinity to Vashi.

Contents

  • Development 1
  • Life 2
  • People from Sanpada 3
  • Educational institutions 4
  • Transportation 5

Development

Sanpada is a node in the Navi Mumbai city. Sanpada has developed at a speedy rate. It is an upmarket residential as well as residential township in Navi Mumbai.

In recent years, real estate prices in Sanpada (as with the rest of Navi Mumbai) have risen, due in part to the creation of new business, and due to more business moving or expanding into Sanpada from Mumbai. Sanpada's reputation for being organized and self-sufficient, large but not too crowded, has led to the continued growth.

The housing market is strong and property values are rising. The population is also growing. High-rise buildings on the Palm Beach Road have a view of the sea and the mangrove forest.

Sanpada railway station is on the harbour line and has connectivity to CST, Panvel and Thane. The Sion-Panvel highway crosses through Sanpada and is 100 meters away from the railway station. Similar to Vashi and CBD Belapur railway stations, the Sanpada railway station also houses a commercial office complex.

Sanpada has been divided into sectors based on the average size of available housing units in each neighborhood. One of the oldest and most beautiful sector in Sanpada is sector-7 where there are 9 housing societies, all are exactly in between the Sanpada and Juinagar station. Millennium Towers in Sector-9 is a Housing Society developed by CIDCO. It is one of the most well planned housing societies in Navi Mumbai and has lots of empty space and a state of art club house. It houses more than 1250 residents. It is centrally located and at a walk-able distance from both Sanpada and Juinagar Railway Stations.

Life

Sanpada has a very active Senior Citizen Association with more than 400 registered members. Recently, NMMC provided a recreational center for the senior citizens of Sanpada.

People from Sanpada

Educational institutions

In recent years Sanpada has seen tremendous increase in the number of schools and colleges with professional courses. There are a total of seven schools and three colleges in Sanpada.

Transportation

BEST buses are available from Sanpada to Chembur, Sion, Dadar, Bandra, Ghatkopar, Santacruz, Andheri, Mulund, Bhandup, Powai, Dindoshi & Borivali. NMMT buses are available from Sanpada to Thane, Kalyan, Dombivli, Badlapur, Uran, Panvel, Khopoli, Bhayandar, Bandra, Dadar & Borivali. Sanpada has sparse bus routes within its residential area, but has good railway connections with CST, Thane and Panvel. BEST AC Kinglong and NMMT AC Volvo buses are available

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