Property and Building
This semi-furnished space is available for lease in Andheri West. It has a carpet area of 600 square feet and a built up area of 900 square feet. Do note that this property is pre-owned by a photo/dance studio (is furnished accordingly) and would be a great fit for a similar business. In terms of amenities, this Andheri West building has full time security, two lifts and air conditioning.
If looking for commercial office space or retail space in Mumbai, we would consider Andheri. Andheri is just north of Juhu. Like many other localities in Mumbai, the railway line divides Andheri into two parts: east and west.
Both Andheri West and Andheri East provide a wide assortment of office spaces. Andheri West is slightly more expensive, and the floor plates are slightly smaller, topping out at about 10,000 square feet. In Andheri East, one can find office floor plates of over 30,000 square feet. The benefits of Andheri are its close proximity to the airport, a large labor force (1.5M people live in Andheri alone) and less expensive rental prices compared to Bandra, Juhu and BKC to the south.
Andheri is increasingly becoming a commercial hub supporting a growing number of malls, shops, western restaurants, night clubs, showrooms, bars, gyms, spas, etc. Similar to the office space, retail space in Andheri is less expensive than its neighbors to the south. Within Andheri, the higher end shops and restaurants tend to be located in Andheri West where the prices are slightly more expensive than Andheri East.
In terms of connectivity, the international and domestic airports are located in Andheri East, making the commute one of the shortest in the City at 10-20 minutes. Given that the Mumbai Metro Line spans all of Andheri, employees can easily access their place of work. The metro has also made the commute shorter and easier for those residing in the central Mumbai suburbs. The arterial Western Express Highway passes through Andheri, making it well connected by road to Northern and Southern Mumbai suburbs.less