Chembur’s infrastructure has evolved rapidly, with the construction of the monorail and the proposed metro line in the area. The region enjoys regular electricity and water supply. There are many good institutes, schools and colleges in Chembur. The area also enjoys close proximity to Dadar, Kurla, Matunga and Worli. Chembur’s location makes it suitable for all class of home buyers.
Schools: St Gregorios High School; The Green Acres Academy; Loreto Convent School; OLPS High School; Ryan International School; St Sebastian High School’; Chembur High School; St Anthony Girls High School; Model High School; Shree Sanatan Dharma High School.
Colleges: Vivekanand Education Society’s College of Arts, Science and Commerce; Vivekanand Education Society’s Polytechnic; Shah and Anchor Kutchhi Engineering College; NG Acharya and DK Marathe College; Vivekanand Education Society’s College of Pharmacy; Pillai College of Education and Research; VES Institute of Management Studies and Research; Kothari College Of Management.
Hospitals and diagnostic centres: Chembur Hospital Project Trust; Surana Hospital and Research Centre; Joy Hospital Pvt Ltd; Sai Hospital; RCF Hospital; Marker Hospital.
Connectivity: Monorail from Chembur to Wadala; Rail connectivity via the Harbour Line; Bus connectivity; Close to Lokmanya Tiak Terminus; Mumbai Metro Line 2 (planned).
Petrol pumps: Many petrol pumps in the area spread across all the locations.
Civic facilities: Although the area has a drainage system in place, there could be water logging in some places during heavy rain; roads have moderate traffic and are well-lit.
Other facilities: Gandhi Maidan; Diamond Garden; Jawahar Ground
Existing and proposed physical infrastructure
Chembur enjoys good connectivity to all regions of Mumbai. The planned Line 2 of Mumbai Metro, will pass through Chembur. Lokmanya Tilak Terminus and Dadar station, are close to Chembur and therefore, access to inter-city trains is easy.
With the presence of several factories and a dumping ground at Deonar, in its vicinity, pollution is the biggest concern for home buyers here.