Created by the Hiranandani Group, the Hiranandani Gardens provides shelter to 4,000 families in Powai, a suburban neighbourhood to the northeast of Mumbai, India. As a bonus on the top of its neoclassical architectural layout, the residential complex stands adjacent to the 123-year-old Powai Lake and the Powai Hills. Spread over a massive 10.9 million square feet, the locality is strategically positioned at about five kilometres from the international airport and about 12 kilometres from the domestic airport. The complex has in-house facilities like schools, hospital, hotels, business parks, a shopping mall, a super market and food courts. For recreation, residents have access to two club houses, two swimming pools, tennis courts, squash courts, jogging tracks and gardens.
- Developed by Hiranandani Group
- Space covered: 10.9 million sq. ft
- Key features:
Easy access to airports
Built in the form of a mini-township
Numerous recreation facilities for residents