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Tardeo

Tardeo
ताडदेव
neighbourhood
Tardeo Bus Station
Tardeo Bus Station
Tardeo is located in Mumbai
Tardeo
Coordinates:
Country India
State Maharashtra
Metro Mumbai
Languages
 • Official Marathi
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
Vehicle registration MH-01

Tardeo or Tardeo Road (IPA: ) is a residential and commercial locality of South Mumbai, from Nana Chowk to Haji Ali Junction. Tardeo Road is an important arterial road of the city of Mumbai.

The road is now renamed as Javji Dadaji Road from Nana Chowk to Tardeo Circle with post code 400007 and Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya Road from Tardeo Circle to Haji Ali with post code 400034. Post codes 400007 are served by Grant Road post office and 400034 are served by Tulsiwadi post office.

It lies 23 km from the Chatrapati Shivaji International Airport. It is connected by railway through the Mumbai Central railway station as well as by buses operated by BEST, MSRTC, and NMMT.[1] Tardeo houses the Regional Transport Office of Mumbai city.[2]

It also has important commercial offices located in the AC Market Building and the Film Centre Building both on the Tardeo Road.

In 1999, Tardeo and the city of Mumbai witnessed the opening of its first full-fledged shopping mall Crossroads, converted from an old pharmaceutical plant belonging to 'Roche'. The mall was an instant success and it attracted loads of people from all corners of the city, adding further strain on traffic and pollution and a worsening parking crisis.

More and more land is acquired in this part of the city to turn old mills and dilapidated structures into swanky new residential towers.

The Imperial Towers are a pair of residential towers in Tardeo that are the tallest complete buildings in India.[3]

Notes

  1. ^ Srivastava, Amit (12 December 2014). "New Ghansoli-Tardeo AC bus service a hit among commuters".  
  2. ^ Sen, Somit (19 February 2011). "RTO to inspect King Long buses at Tardeo office".  
  3. ^ Rathod, Kishore (27 September 2012). "Mumbai's realty: Going vertical with a vengeance".  
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