A view towards the World Trade Center
|Elevation||4 m (13 ft)|
|Time zone||IST (UTC+5:30)|
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Cuffe Parade is an upmarket and posh neighbourhood in South Mumbai. It is in the southernmost region of the city just north of Navy Nagar. To the north of Cuffe Parade lies Badhwar Park. Lately, many residents are shifting to luxury apartments at Mahalaxmi, Lower Parel, to be near the new business hub of Mumbai, BKC.
Cuffe Parade was named after T. W. Cuffe of the Bombay City Improvement Trust, which reclaimed around 90,000 square yards (75,000 m²) on the western shore of Colaba. Much of Cuffe Parade was developed on reclaimed land in the 1960s, with many of the buildings reaching over thirty storeys high. It is the home to many famous and rich Indian businessmen.
Prominent businessmen living here include Subhash Chandra of Essel Group, the Goenka family, the Patni family, Nimesh Kampani of JM Financial. The skyline consists of prominent buildings like Maker Tower and Jolly Maker-1, considered to be the richest housing society in Mumbai.
Cuffe Parade Resident Association [CPRA] , a registered Public Trust, is a citizen’s organization looking after and protecting the interest of entire Cuffe Parade neighbourhood since 1971.
MVRDC World Trade Centre I is Located at Cuffe Parade in Mumbai, it is 156 metres high and has 35 floors. The building was developed by Shapoorji Pallonji and Pheroze Kudianawala was the architect. It is a commercial and shopping complex.
- Taj President Hotel
- World Trade Centre
- G. D. Somani School
- BD Somani International School
- Maker Arcade
- WIRC of ICAI
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