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You’re picturing—if the word conjures up anything at all—a monster IMAX wedged between a bus depot on one side and a refinery belching a gas plume on the other. Or is that a fertiliser factory? A fertiliser refinery, let’s say. “Wadala” describes not a place but a placelessness that ends abruptly in a wall. Beyond the wall lie salt pans. As map makers once approximated the end of the known world as “here be dragons”, we have collectively labelled Wadala with “what a drag”.
Obviously, something has to give. And that thing is the name. “Wadala” has to go. Hence: New Cuffe Parade. It’s not the first time Lodha has commandeered a neighborhood’s name for marketing purposes. For its World One development, a slab of Lower Parel has been designated “Upper Worli”. These are the sites of “landmarks” currently under construction.
You may have seen the ads in The Times of India or plastered across flyovers. They claim the New Cuffe Parade development sits “Near Eastern Freeway”. It is not near anything at all, save a bus depot. Clearly, Lodha has embraced the “big lie” theory.
I signed up for a tour of New Cuffe Parade, which turns out to be a tour of New Cuffe Parade’s spacious and neatly appointed site office. The tour began with a number of forms being filled out in my presence and several white-gloved attendants filling my glass from Perrier-shaped bottles of Mulshi Springs mineral water. The tour culminated at a map of Mumbai with arrows pointing from all parts of the city—Vashi, Kandivali and, predictably, (old) Cuffe Parade—to Wadala. “362 families,” the map announced in removable numbers, had already chosen to relocate to New Cuffe Parade.
The office was all any of us saw, as it backed up on a vast no-man’s land. Three hundred and sixty two families had made their Rs1.8+ crore decisions on the strength of scale models and lush production values.
We were also treated to multiple views of Times Square, Canary Wharf and Raffles City, as stand-ins for—you guessed it—Wadala. The A/V and the coffee table book were neatly coordinated; the former quoted Machiavelli, the latter Margaret Mead. “A city,” she opined on Lodha’s behalf, “is a place where there is no need to wait for next week to get the answer to a question, to taste the food of any country, to find new voices to listen to and familiar ones to listen to again.” She was talking about Wadala.
The development’s human component has already been moulded to the shape of my desires. Everyone, from the call centre operator to the sales agent who advised me that, as a non-Indian, I could not purchase property, was exceedingly pleasant and accommodating. If only life were like this! Then I walked out the door and, trying to catch a taxi, caught a generous coating of airborne particulates.
Lodha’s plan for Mumbai’s “last virgin land”—they are the first to get into its pants—is to construct several 63-storey residential towers (with an FSI, if it interests you, of nearly 20) surrounded by gardens and parks. It’s a verdant gated community wreathed in highways.
Laughably, they propose a commute by public transport, “sparing the environment and, if I might add, wear and tear on your BMW”, the distinguished spokesman in their promotional video says, winking. We’re all in on the joke.
WOHA, the development’s architects, have their fingerprints all over Singapore. You can see it’s a Singaporean sort of streamlined, effortless convenience that Lodha imagines it will bring to Mumbai. I have to applaud them for trying.
As with Singapore, however, a city manufactured from scratch leaves something to be desired.
Sales agents at Lodha remain in the dark regarding plans for the zone’s remaining 115 hectares. Mock-ups displayed at the sales office show the surrounding land greyed out, as if it were a featureless swamp—which, indeed, it is.
The Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) had originally slated such cosy creature comforts as a truck terminus, an interstate bus terminal, and yards for Metro and monorail cars. With rising land prices—and no doubt some persuasion from developers—these plans have been shelved in favour of what MMRDA officials have called BKC-II.
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