About Montag Greens

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Montag Infrastructure brings another landmark project spread across 3,00,000 sq.ft of land consisting of “Luxurious Villas, Row Houses & Apartments” representing quality, high value appreciation, lifestyle living by its name – Montag Greens.

Away from the chaos of city life, Montag Greens provides a clean, green and fresh world that promises happy and healthy lifestyles. Montag Greens is a huge township that offers Apartments, 2 design styles for Row Houses – Spanish & British in two Bedrooms & three design styles for Villas – British, Spanish and Italian in two and three bedroom with sophisticated infrastructure facilities and modern amenities.

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  • Gated Community
  • 3 Tier Security 24/7
  • Roads with Rain Water Drainage & Street Lighting
  • Designer Landscape
  • Built Club House, Jogging Track & Swimming Pool
  • 40%-50% Growth Potential
  • Doctor On Call
  • Close Proximity – Banks, Restaurants, ATM, Hospital 24 Hrs
  • Transportation to Railway Station

Unit Plans - Spanish Villas & Row Houses

Unit Plans - British Villas & Row Houses

Unit Plans - British Villas & Row Houses

Unit Plans - Singlex

Floor Plans - Spanish Villas & Row Houses

Floor Plans - British Villas & Row Houses

Floor Plans - Italian Villas

Floor Plans - Singlex

FOUNDATION: Reinforced Concrete Footing

Structure: Reinforced Concrete Structure Earthquake resistant design
Wall: Clay Brick/ Cement Block/ Siporex/ Aerocon
Roof: Reinforced Concrete
Wall Finish: A] Internal Wall: Plaster of Paris h Punning
B] External Wall: Double coat plaster
Internal Flooring: All Rooms: 600 mmx600mm Polish regular vitrified tile

Plumbing: C-PVC/GI Concealed Pipe
Kitchen Counter: 675mm wide x 3000mm length wide Black Granite Top
Kitchen Dado: 600mm High Glazed Ceramic Mosaic Tile
Kitchen Sink: 450 mm x 450 mm Single Bowl Stainless Steel Sink
Sink Cook: Jaguar Make Single Lever CP Sink Faucet only Hot & Cold
Water Purifier: Provision for Water Purifier

Dado: 8’Ht Rectified Ceramic Tile in wet area & 4’height in dry Area
Flooring: Ceramic Tile
Washbasin: Parryware or Equivalent Glazed Porcelain in Common Toilet Ewc:
Glazed Porcelain Couple Closet
Basin Mixer: Jaguar or Equivalent Make Faucet only Hot & Cold
Shower: Jaguar or Equivalent Single Lever 4 Way Diverter with Spout and Shower Head Shower Partition: 8 mm thk Toughened Glass Shower Partition – 7 Ht

Wiring: Polycab or equivalent Fire Retardant Cables
Circuit Breakers: Legrand or equivalent MCBS and Distribution Box
Fit outs: A] Anchor Roma or Equivalent make h max 40 Points
Lighting Protections: Earthling Protection and Earthling Pits
Backup: Provision for Inventor

Staircase: Internal M.S Spiral
Glass Railing: 3′ Ht Glass and M.S/Aluminium Railing

Structure: R.C.C. with Two Sides Open and Two Sides with fixed glass
Finish: Ceramic Tile Flooring
Dado: 7′ HT Ht Glazed Ceramin Dado
Flooring: Ceramic Flooring
Washbasin: Parryware or equivalent Glazed Porcelain in Common Toilet
EWC: Parryware or equivalent Glazed Porcelain in Couple Closet
Basin Maker: Jaguar or Equivalent Make Faucet only Cold
Shower: Jaguar or Equivalent Single Lever with Spout and Shower Head
Shower Partition: NA
Instant Geyser: KETCO or Equivalent

Property rates in Eastern Mumbai District expected to double by 2017

MUMBAI: Property rates in the Eastern Mumbai District (EMD) which encompasses Karjat, Neral, Shelu and Khopoli are expected to double by 2017, according to Brick Eagle, a financial services platform for affordable housing development in India.

“Property investment here remains a good, safe, low-risk investment with average rates of Rs 3000 per square foot and an upward trend incomparable to other areas in the real estate market,” it said.

“Based on trends seen in Navi Mumbai and Panvel, it is estimated that property prices will continue to rise to Rs 6,000/sq ft by 2017, Rs 8,000 per sq. ft. by 2020, Rs 15,000 per square feet by 2025 and to an astounding Rs 30,000 per square feet by 2030; an incredible 900% appreciation in 16 years,” it added.

The report said that with upcoming infrastructural improvements and developments like the construction of the 12 lane multimodal corridor, the ambitious Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor, the expansion of educational and IT infrastructure and the slated extension of rail connectivity, “the Eastern Mumbai District is well poised to become a self-sustaining metropolis.”


Proposed Panvel-Karjat track will help Naina residents too

NAVI MUMBAI: The Navi Mumbai Airport Influence Notified Area (Naina) project got an extra boost with the state government’s in-principle nod for double-laning the track between Panvel and Karjat. The elevated corridor between Kalwa and Airoli is also on the cards.

The project, based on the people’s participation model of sharing land to develop a mega city of 600 sq km, is close to the new airport in Panvel taluka. Around five of the 23 villages which will be rehabilitated as part of the airport project, are part of the interim development plan in Raigad district. The villagers will also benefit, along with other commuters, from the Rs 1,473-crore double-laning railway project, which will connect the fast growing Panvel area with Thane, Kalyan, Karjat and the satellite city.

The urban development department (UDD) in June intimated the railway board that the state government would share the 50% of the cost that will be further split equally between MMRDA and City and Industrial Development Corporation (Cidco). Mumbai Rail Vikas Corporation (MRVC), a public sector undertaking of the Union ministry of railways, will pay the remaining expenses.

This project is part of the MUTP-III and will be implemented by MRVC for the railway ministry. Cidco sources said, “We are yet to receive a formal letter from the state government, but written communications by the state government to the Centre have been marked to us as well. Once we get direct communication, the board will take up the case for approving the project cost.”

This apart, the city commuters will also get two new suburban stations at Bonkode and Dighe on the Trans Harbour track, as MRVC has agreed to include Bonkode station in its 2-km-elevated corridor project from Airoli to Kalwa.

Cidco will not have to spend any money in this project, estimated at Rs 336 crore, as the cost will be shared between MRVC and MMRDA.

The station at Bonkode will enable commuters to board the Thane-bound train along the current route. “The alignment for the elevated corridor along with the location of Dighe station needs to be worked out,” said a Cidco official.

Former NCP MP, Sanjeev Naik said, ” I am happy that my demand for the two stations on the Trans Harbour route was sanctioned by the state government. I will meet the Union railway minister to expedite the project.”

Karjat near Mumbai emerges as a popular residential hub

Karjat has emerged a major realty investment driver for investors in Mumbai, thanks to its sylvan surroundings, easy connectivity and reasonable rates. Nestled in the midst of the Western Ghats, Karjat is an extended suburb of Mumbai. Karjat is popular for tourism, adventure sports, Bollywood film shooting and spa. It is well connected to Mumbai and Pune and is a major rail terminus, connected via local trains to Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Mumbai, Khopoli and Panvel. All this makes Karjat a preferred spot for weekend holidays, picnics, river rafting, trekking, hiking, and mountain climbing. This makes Karjat a top location for second homes near Mumbai.

Investing in Karjat is beneficial in multiple ways. Though rates are reasonable today, they are bound to skyrocket in near future. There are several projects coming up like 500 Kastur Kunj, an upcoming project of Sai Rajay, a joint venture of Rajiv Raman and Ajay Bhandari at Karjat. The project comprises residential villas. Karjat is the most happening place in Raigad, says Raman. “Good connectivity makes Karjat a happening place. It’s easily accessible from Mumbai and not far from Pune either. Karjat is undoubtedly a good investment option. People from Mumbai can easily commute to Karjat everyday.”

Karjat is an ideal residential hub as well as a second home destination. “It’s a tourist spot close to Matheran and surrounded by Bhimashankar Hills. Karjat is a preferred location for Bollywood shoots as well.”
According to Raman, people from Western Maharashtra are keener on investing in homes on Karjat side of Mumbai. Investing in Karjat is beneficial today, he says. “Rates are reasonable as compared to Panvel or Navi Mumbai. Karjat is within reach. If people invest today, they will have an added advantage as the rates will rise for sure tomorrow.”

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Holiday Home Property Market of Karjat and Reviews of Major Developments

We have always maintained our view that with the skyrocketing property prices of holiday home destinations near Mumbai like Lonavala and Alibaug, Karjat, the picturesque town in Maharashtra’s Konkan coast in the foothills of Matheran, is soon going to be the holiday home buyer’s preferred location. Already one can see signs of growth of its nascent second home property markets with prices surging by each day. A well-known hill station in Maharashtra, the easy accessibility to Karjat from Mumbai and improvements in its infrastructure has already worked in its favor as a prime weekend getaway.

Moreover the river Ulhas originates in Karjat and flows westward, offering an opportunity to adventure sport enthusiasts to participate in many water sports activity. Also the ancient historical Kondana caves and exquisite Ulhas valley are two important tourist destinations near Karjat.

Karjat has recently seen a sea change in infrastructure development and tourist facilities. It has secured a place in the tourist map due to its cross proximity to the international airport, railheads and many large developments of special economic zones (SEZs) like Reliance and Navi Mumbai.

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58-km ring road to link city and Navi Mumbai

MUMBAI: Will Mumbai get a ring road around it like some other cities in India and the world? A team of civic engineers and architects from Europe has recommended the construction of a 58-km long ring road stretching from Dadar to Navi Mumbai and then onto Nhava and Sewri.

The ring road, which will include the 22 km-long trans-harbour link between Nhava and Sewri and would cater to public transport, including bicyclists. and be similar to ring roads in other cites including Paris and Brussels.

A concept plan for this was discussed at a conference and workshop called ‘European Reflections on Infrastructure projects in Mumbai’. The workshop, inaugurated by state chief secretary Ratnakar Gaikwad, saw presentations by professionals from France, Luxembourg, Holland and Belgium. and attended by state government officials from Mumbai and the smaller towns in the region.

Chris Poulissen, head of a firm of architects and engineers in Brussels said, “The concept of a ring road is prevalent in many cities in the world. The one in Mumbai should lay stress on public transport. In addition to the 58-km ring road, there should be other smaller ring roads in the city to ease traffic jams. Paris has two ring roads-one 35 km-long and the other, 80 km. Brussels has a 75-km ring road,” he said. Seminar participants pointed out that some Indian cities, including Delhi and Nagpur have ring roads.

Mumbai: Several infrastructural projects gain steam after completion of monorail, Metro, Link Road and Eastern Freeway

While the various infrastructure and transportation projects in the city of Mumbai have come to an end some projects in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region have started shaping up or are in the nascent stages of execution.

The projects that have got ready in Mumbai include Mumbai Monorail(Phase 1), Mumbai Metro, Santacruz Chembur Link Road, Panjarpol Ghatkopar (Mankhurd) Link Road, Eastern Freeway, etc.

Projects on which construction of works have been considerably done are Mumbai Monorail (Phase 2), Kherwadi flyover, etc.

Similarly in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region several projects are in the pipeline, some of which include Extended Mumbai Urban Infrastructure Project (MUIP), Multi Modal Corridor connecting Virar and Alibaug, Kalyan Ring Road, Shirgaon-Padgha-Titwala-Badlapur Link, Neral-Dasturi Naka-Matheran Road, Khopoli Bypass Road, etc.

“It is just a coincidence that here in Mumbai projects are now getting over while on the other hand work has begun in MMR,” said a senior official of the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA).

Feasibility studies are underway to undertake road projects like Kalyan Ring Road, Shirgaon-Padgha-Titwala-Badlapur Link, Neral-Dasturi Naka-Matheran Road, Khopoli Bypass Road, etc. in the Eastern Mumbai District.