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Moshi , Pune

    Moshi is one of the most prominent and strategic locations in the heart of Pimpri-Chinchwad Township. It is situated at the intersection of Pune – Nashik (NH 50) road and the Dehu – Alandi road. It has close proximity to Bhosari and Chakan industrial belt coupled with a popular pilgrimage destination. It comes under Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation limits. It is closer to Hinjewadi giving more job options. It has better infra around it. Bhosari, Alandi, Chimbali, Chikhali, Vitthal Nagar, Kelgaon, Jadhav Wadi, Datta Nagar, Dhyarkar Wadi, Chinchwad and Pimpri are its neighboring localities. A number of educational institutions, ranging from Montessori to the level to secondary schools, are present in Moshi. Proximity to places like Bhosari and Chakan gives residents an option of availing necessary and essential amenities. The locality of Moshi has outstanding infrastructure developments in terms of roadways, flyover, rail connectivity, and other civic conveniences. Moshi is recognized as the IT Hubs and economic activities in Pune. The Rajiv Gandhi Infotech Park is also well connected to the locality. The Indrayani River also passes through the area. The key residential projects in the Moshi are Pharande Woodsville Ph-3, Pristine Greens Ph-2, Gayatree Legacy, Royal Sai Fortune among others.

    Connectivity :

    The Pune-Nashik Highway (NH-60) passes through the centre of the Moshi. There are two major roads Dehu Alandi Road and Alandi-Vadgaon Road which further connect to NH-60.

    The locality is well connected to several areas through the Spine Road and Dehu Road apart for the Pune-Nashik Highway. The PMPML and MSRTC bus transport network also links Moshi to several important destinations in Pune and Maharashtra.

    Upcoming Pune International Airport located at a distance of 25 km via Alandi Road while existing Pune Airport at a distance of 19.3 km via Alandi Road and NH-60.

    Pimpri, Chinchwad, Kasarwadi, Akurdi, Dehu Road and Dapodi railway station are its nearby railway stations. However, Pimpri Railway Station is the nearest railway station to Moshi located at a distance of 9.2 km via MIDC Road.

    Factors for future growth :

    The Pune-Nashik Highway which is at a distance of 16 km passes through the locality and this has given real estate in Moshi a shot in the arm. Demand for residential property in Moshi has increased owing to several developments and improvements in connectivity.

    Moshi’s connectivity to Pune International Airport along with major IT Park such as Talawade MIDC IT Park, Pune IT Park and Lohia Jain IT Park have been a plus point, driving rental demand and providing consistent rental yield. A fair number of workforce work in nearby IT Hubs, wanted to have their residences close to their workplace. As a result, there is huge demand for 2 BHK flat in Moshi.

    Proposed & Planned Infra

    Proposed Pune Metro Rail from Moshi to International Airport.

    A 12 km stretch of Moshi, starting from Nashik Phata to Indrayani River, is going to be widened by the National Highway Authority of India.

    Proposed Pune International Exhibition and Convention Centre.

    Infrastructural Development (Social & Physical) :

    The area is home to several educational institutions. Some of them are Priyadarshini High School, Mahatma Phule School, Kidzee Moshi, Modern College of Pharmacy, Pune International School, Maharashtra Academy of Engineering, Gayatri English Medium School, Sadhu Vaswani International School.

    Leading hospitals in the locality which providing the health care facilities to the residents of Moshi include the Adishakti Hospital, Shree Hospital, Sanjeevan Hospital, Sainath Hospital, Patil Hospital, Global Hospital and Sant Dnyaneshwar Hospital among others.

    Diagonal Mall, Spine City Mall, Indrayani Mall are the three major malls in the locality.

    Major issues :

    There is a open dumping ground at the garbage depot near Moshi which causes foul smell, house flies and stray dogs. The stench is unbearable, especially between 7 pm and 6 am. It is affecting health adversely. Fire at the depot in summer makes the situation more worse. During monsoon, the waste decomposes, giving out a stronger smell.