ⓘ Tardeo

                                     

ⓘ Tardeo

Tardeo or Tardeo Road is a residential and commercial locality of South Mumbai, from Nana Chowk to Haji Ali Junction. Tardeo Road is an important arterial road of the city of Mumbai.

The road currently known as Javji Dadaji road from Nana Chowk to Tardeo Circle with post code 400007 and Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya the road from Tardeo Circle to Haji Ali with the postcode 400034. Post codes 400007 are served on grant Management and maintains road 400034 Tulsiwadi post office.

It is located 23 km 14 km from the International airport Chhatrapati Shivaji. This is due to the railway through Central railway station of Mumbai, and the bus handles better, MSRTC, NMMT and. Houses Tardeo Regional transport office Mumbai.

It also has important commercial offices located in the building of the market AC and a cinema house both on the Tardeo road.

In 1999, Tardeo and the city of Mumbai witnessed the opening of its first full crossroads shopping center converted from an old pharmaceutical plant belonging to Roche. The Mall was an instant success and it attracted many people from all corners of the city, but in the end contributed to traffic and environmental pollution in the area. Now the intersection is known as the factory brand. Old dilapidated mill structures now been demolished developers to build high-rise residential, as in other areas of Mumbai.

Indias tallest buildings, the Imperial towers, completed in 2010, located in Tardeo.

Tardeo Road is Mumbais oval road bridge skyover. It is designed as a cable-stayed bridge, it hangs on a single column placed in the middle of the 650-foot observation 2.130 ft.

                                     
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