About Empire Homes
ABOUT OUR FOUNDER
Mr. S. C. Malhotra is a visionary who has an insatiable appetite for perfection, success and setting new benchmarks. He has a crystal-clear mission for Empire Industries — ‘To be the best in the marketplace, not necessarily the biggest’. He has a background in the Indian Navy and was the CEO of Killicks Industries Limited back in old times.
With a history of over 116 years of a strong customer focused approach, Empire Industries, a group synonymous with ethical practices, transparency, innovation and cutting-edge technology, is one of the oldest and the most celebrated companies of Maharashtra that has managed to establish a strong market presence in various industrial segments.
After having acquired Empire Dyeing Co. Ltd. In 1963, the company soon grabbed the title of being India’s Largest Leading Textile Processing House. After having expanded and ventured into different businesses, Empire Industries came up with the latest business division in 2014 – Empire Industrial Centrum.
Overview Empire Homes
Ambernath brims with a plethora of educational institutions like Sister Nivedita English School, Marsha Navbharat Primary School and Institute of Training in Mobile Technology and many others. The area is also home to numerous well-known healthcare centres such as Bhise Hospital, Adltya Nursing Home, Ambika Medical Center and Shree Oattatraya Hospital. With the availability of various conveniences like restaurants, hotels, hospitals, colleges, spa and salon centres etc. in and around the same vicinity Ambernath offers promising lifestyle advantage to the millenials
PROXIMITY TO MUMBAI
The seamless connectivity to Dombivali, Ulhasnagar and Kalyan through State Highways as well as Central Line has made Ambernath an emerging investment destination.
The proximity of Ambernath to Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust and proposed Navi Mumbai International Airport has made it a prime investment hotspot.
AFFORDABILITY FACTOR SURROUNDING FACILITIES
The average property value is about Rs 4,200 per sq. ft. which is comparatively less as compared to other Industrial spaces in Mumbai.