The peace of living in nature’s serene lap is nowadays a rare luxury. Being close to one of the largest green environs of Mumbai city is an
opportunity that you can dwell on! Breathe in the clean air near Jijamata Udyaan in Byculla and explore Backbay – a green sanctuary with abundant
trees and a natural waterbody within the project exclusive to the residents of Salsette27 with active marine life.
Be mesmerised by the endless vistas of the Arabian Sea and the Mahalaxmi Racecourse towards the west, or the awe-inspiring
panorama of the Eastern Harbour in the east. Rejuvenate amidst the tranquil greenery of the Jijamata Udyan near you, or a forested
sanctuary and scenic pond just outside. Experience this exclusive life in sprawling, stunning residences with countless club avenues.
Revel in a world of privileged luxuries at Salsette 27 – an opulent residential community in Byculla, South Mumbai.
Explore the horizon of Mumbai marked by the endless Arabian Sea and Eastern Harbour. Feel the openness of Mumbai amidst its natural abundance. Relish the privileged life of Mumbai’s old-world charm. At Salsette 27 - a premium residential community – Mumbai's glory days come alive.
Way back in the 18th century, Byculla was a low-lying area inundated during the high tide through the Great Breach at Mahalaxmi. During the late 18th century, the breach was closed by the Hornby Vellard project, which joined all the seven islands of Mumbai. Thus, Byculla became habitable and soon went on to become home to the first residents of Mumbai.
In the good old days, Mumbai was famous for its greenery. The canopies of trees were ubiquitous back then. Bombay Port Trust Gardens in Colaba, Hanging Gardens at Malabar Hill, Joseph Baptista Garden near Dockyard Railway Station, all these places had countless trees. However, even then the city’s green lung was Jijamata Udyaan or Victoria Gardens as it was called in those days. A stroll around the garden was enough to rejuvenate one’s spirit.
Back in the day, Apollo Bunder was the landing point for the passengers who arrived from overseas. In those days, the sea view was omnipresent from every corner of Mumbai. Marine Lines, Apollo Bunder, Colaba, Victoria Dock and the Gateway of India, all were in touching distance from the sea. In those days, as much as Marine Lines and Apollo Bunder, Byculla too featured unrestricted views of the Arabian Sea.
Back in the day, Byculla was home to two important landmarks; The Byculla Hotel and Byculla Club, both of which hosted many famous dignitaries and local residents, Byculla Club was the first residential club of India. The club was a sanctuary for the patrons who loved nursing their drink after a busy day while the teetotalers reveled in a delicacy, which is now lost in time, Byculla Soufflé.
Peninsula Land has a legacy of transforming Mumbai's skyline over the years.
It changed the face of Central Mumbai with landmarks of repute rising high over
Parel and Sewri, Ashok Towers & Ashok Gardens and South Mumbai witnessed
a revolution with the group's remarkable projects at Carmichael Road,
Breach Candy and Nariman Point. Now, Peninsula Land takes on the mantle
of restoring the glory of Byculla with its new landmark project - Salsette 27.
The legacy of Peninsula Land Limited is its drive to develop and enhance the city’s skyline by constructing commercial and residential projects that redefine how the inhabitants work and live. In the process of creating this legacy, the company has delivered landmarks capable of becoming benchmarks that can be passed down from generation to generation. Its portfolio of projects includes pioneering retail ventures, world-class commercial projects, and residential complexes
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