Pune as a city has seen tremendous growth in terms of area and development. It is now the ninth largest metropolis of the country and comes second in the state of Maharashtra after Mumbai.
Known as the 'Oxford of the East', the city has been the hub of the education sector for decades. With ample of job opportunities due to the advent of IT industry and one of the leading centers of education, the city is now rubbing shoulders with other metros of the country. Pune is moving ahead at a fast pace. Along with the increase in area and expansion of Pune, many outskirts have now been included in the city conference circle. The suburbs are now being included in the city limits; one such upcoming suburb is the west side
- Why the West is growing in popularity?
- Bhugaon, Urawade and Pirangut – The West Side
- Just 6 KM away from Mumbai-Bangalore Expressway
- Located strategically as junction between Pune, Paud, Lavasa and Hinjewadi
- Proposed Ring Road to make access to area easy
- Plethora of new projects from reputed companies on offer
- Proximity to prominent Educational Institutes
- Pune University just 13 KM away
- Close to Chandni Chowk, the hub of entertainment
The western corridor of the city also boasts of having Balewadi stadium and the recently built international Gahunje Cricket Stadium in the vicinity. There are various speciality hospitals namely, Chellaram diabetes institute, Lodha hospital which are situated at a commutable distance from the suburb. The west side suburb gets water from the nearby Mulshi Dam and thus many industries have been set up in and around these areas. Lloyd steel plant is of the international industries who have their base set up in this region. Though the area is still in its developing stage, the expectation from it is quite high and it surely has the potential to become the next sought after area of Pune west.
As the city is developing and growing in exponential speed, the western corridor of the city is turning out to be a promising area. While the other part of the city is completely concentrated, the west side of the city is still untouched and has the potential to grow.