Property and Building
This restaurant space is available for sale in Fort, Mumbai. It has a carpet area of 4505 square feet and (built up area of 5300 square feet) and comes with two private washrooms. The property is bare shell so owner can design and furnish the space as per his or her business's needs. Moreover, the unit has a second exit a gas cooking allowance thus, this space would be a good fit for any vegetarian restaurant, non-vegetarian restaurant or cafe. Concerning amenities, this Fort building comes with full time security, a lift, visitor’s park, a fire fighting system, nearby ATM and water storage. Moreover, this ground property is surrounded by many commercial complexes, banks, retail outlets restaurants, has a forty-foot-wide frontage giving the tenant brand visibility and is within walking distance of Churchgate Station.
Town: Colaba, Churchgate, Nariman Point, Fort, Marine Lines Cuffee Parade, Kalbadevi
The southernmost area of Mumbai which includes, but is not limited to, Colaba, Churchgate, Nariman Point, Fort, Marine Lines and Cuffee Parade is often referred to as “Town.” Although many companies have moved their offices from Town to central Mumbai or BKC, many still consider it to be the commercial hub of Mumbai.
Given its popularity as a premiere office location of Mumbai, the space constraints in South Mumbai and the smaller office spaces in Town (most are less than 10,000 square feet), commercial office space in South Mumbai is very expensive to both buy and lease. Additionally, South Mumbai houses government offices and courts, making it a convenient location for a number of law firms, banks and corporates.
Some of the popular tenants in Town are HSBC, Bank of America, Deutsche Bank and Reliance Industries.
In addition to office space, Town is arguably the most popular area in Mumbai to open a retail location whether it’s a brand new high-end restaurant, a night club or an expensive clothing store. These retail locations not only cater to the affluent individuals who live in South Mumbai but also to many tourists who spend the majority of their time in this part of the City. If your firm caters to the affluent, Town should certainly be considered.
In terms of connectivity, the recently built Eastern Freeway, which connects DN Road in Churchgate to Chembur and Ghatkopar, has shortened the time taken to commute from the central Mumbai suburbs as well as New Bombay.less