Mumbai Builders



This page contains the list of prominent Mumbai builders.Builders are persons who acquire raw land in order to construct building projects. The buildings are then sold whole or in parts to make the builder his money. The buildings may also be retained to produce a consistent cash flow through rents.

The list of Builders in Mumbai are given below:
  • 1.Akruti Nirman Limited, Akruti Trade Center 6th Floor, Road No 7 Marol MIDC, Andheri (E) Mumbai-400 059

  • 2.Hiranandani Developers Private Limited, Olympia, Central Avenue, Hiranandani Gardens,Powai, Mumbai-400 076

  • 3.Kumar Builders Office number 7, First Floor, Ali Chambers, Nagindas Master Road, Fort, Mumbai-400 023

  • 4.Clover Homes ,Crescent Chambers, First Floor,Tamarind Lane, Fort, Mumbai-400 023

  • 5.Karia Builders, Konark Shram, 156 Tardeo Road, Mumbai-400 034

  • 6.Sobha Developers Limited, #368 7th Cross Wilson Garden Bangalore-560 027

  • 7.Gera Developers 200 Gera Plaza, Boat Club Road,Pune-411 001

  • 8.Artefact, L-11 South Extension Part II New Delhi-110039

  • 9.Shree Constructions, B-1/3 Sarvatra Co-operative Housing Society,Paud Road, Kothrud,Pune

  • 10.Ajmera Group of Companies, Royal Classic, Andheri-Malad Link Road, Andheri (W), Mumbai-400 058

  • 11.B.Raheja Builders, Raheja Chambers, Linking Road and Main Avenue Santa Cruz (W),Mumbai-400 054

  • 12.Dosti Group,Aryan Soap Premises, 16 Hansraj Lane, Byculla (East)Mumbai-400 027

  • 13.Kalpa-Taru Construction, 111 Maker Chambers IV , Nariman Point,Mumbai-400 021

  • 14.Nahar Group,Saki Vihar Road, Chandivali Farm Road , Andheri (East), Mumbai-400 072

  • 15.Kanakia Construction Private Limited,Sona Center,Trikamdas Road,Kandivali (W), Mumbai-400 067



Last Updated on 28 May 2013



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