1st Floor, Sahar Rd, Andheri East, Mumbai 400069Starting Monthly prices
175, CST Road, Kalina, Santacruz East, Mumbai - 400098Starting Monthly prices
E Wing, Chandivali, Saki Village, Chandivali Farm Road, HDFC Compound, Powai, Mumbai - 400072Starting Monthly prices
4th Floor Ambika Nagar, Plot No. D-3, Road Number 16, Next to Ashar IT Park,Wagle Industrial Estate, Thane West, Mumbai-400604.Starting Monthly prices
The Capital, Unit No.1204, A-Wing, 12th Floor, G Block, BKC Bandra (E), Mumbai - 400051Starting Monthly prices
17, 18, Veera Desai Road, Shah Industrial Estate, Andheri West, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400053Starting Monthly prices
Kolshet Rd, Kolshet Industrial Area, Thane West, Thane, Maharashtra 400607Starting Monthly prices
Mumbai, a city buzzing with life, brimming with energy and diversity of traditions, religions and culture. The financial capital of India, the economic powerhouse, and home to head offices of most of the banks and financial services firms of India.
Mumbai was previously known as Bombay, its anglicised name. The name change a dozen years ago, has not taken anything away from its cosmopolitan nature, its international outlook or its sense of adventure. Around 20m individuals live and work here, commuting to their workplaces through an over-crowded railway network, snaking its way through the length of the city. The city is long in length - from the southern tip of Colaba and Cuffe Parade to the beginnings of the hilly reaches of the Western Ghats in the north.
It’s long, think shape has led to residential and business districts popping up all along the suburbs over the years, and Bombay has shifted northwards. Once the powerhouse of all industry, the towers of office spaces for rent in Nariman Point in the South have given way to the more centrally located business districts like Andheri, BKC and Lower Parel. Office spaces in BKC demand rents which are comparable to workspaces in mid-town Manhattan or the City of London.
Bombay is India’s city of dreams. The epicentre of monetary & financial policy, being home to the Bombay Stock Exchange and the the Reserve Bank of India, it also houses the head quarters of some of the largest conglomerates in India including the Tata Group and Reliance Industries. Whether it is the gleaming glass facade Grade A office buildings of BKC or the small offices for rent in old industrial estates of Andheri or mills of Lower Parel, all are buzzing with ideas and an energy that is characteristic of any business capital. Even the city’s largest (amongst Asia’s largest) slum, Dharavi, is beacon of enterprise with many small-scale and cottage industries thriving in its crowded lanes.
A city of 600 sq km with over 20m people implies just 300 sqft of space per person, so sharing of space has been the norm in Bombay - and living in such closed quarters has left the city with a culture of collaboration, sharing and community. This culture allowed the birth of the first coworking space in India in 2008 - Bombay Connect - a Redbrick family company. Since then shared office spaces for rent have popped up all across the city.
These coworking spaces cater not only to the freelancers and entrepreneurs that throng the coffee shops of the city, but also to international and domestic businesses entering Mumbai to access its affluent and sizeable market. Despite being such a large business city, availability of high quality commercial office space for rent is still limited. There is a lot of new stock in the pipeline, but the changing nature of work could also impact this supply dynamics. In this uncertain environment, coworking and flexible office space operators have a great opportunity to increase market share and provide a great value proposition to landlords, tenants and other stakeholders in the ecosystem.
We’ve been into coworking since 2008 under the brand name Bombay Connect. However, we opened our 1st Redbrick branded coworking spaces in Andheri and Powai in 2015. Mumbai is notorious for its real-estate prices, and the small ransom landlords ask for low-quality office spaces to rent. While several businesses continue to lease offices, we have seen a huge demand for our flexible, shared, serviced office spaces in Mumbai. We now operate several coworking spaces across the city.
Kaledonia in Andheri East is a high quality office building with close proximity to public transport hub of Andheri Station. TEX Centre in Chandivali is located in the centre of the city with access to eastern and western suburbs and is a especially convenient workspace for the residents of the large residential developments across the Eastern Express Highway. We are also in one of the best commercial buildings in Andheri West in the Supreme Business Park. The satellite city of Thane has been a huge focus area for us, where we have 3 coworking office spaces - Kalpataru Prime and NITCO, both excellent commercial buildings in the Wagle industrial estate and now two new spaces in Lodha office complexes - iThink behind Viviana mall, and Lodha Amara on Kolshet Road. The jewel in our crown in Mumbai remains our highly exclusive enterprise coworking solution in the Capital Building, BKC - one of the most high demand, prime office spaces you can work out of in Mumbai.
We are expanding into new regions of the city, and will soon be in Goregaon, Lower Parel, and Nariman Point as well, as we look to provide convenient accessibility to all our shared workspaces. So, if you’re looking for an office space to rent in Mumbai, you must consider Redbrick Offices as your first coworking space on the list.