Merce

Directions to our Mahape office

Our Dev Centre at Mahape

  • We operate out of our development centre at Mahape, Navi Mumbai. We do not operate on a day-to-day basis out of our Nariman Point address -- it is used more as a maildrop.

    Merce Technologies Pvt Ltd
    1209, Rupa Solitaire
    Millennium Business Park, MIDC Mahape
    Navi Mumbai 400710

    Our office is located inside Millennium Business Park (MBP), which is one of the most well-known landmarks of Mahape, Navi Mumbai. Many large software companies have offices inside the MBP. Rupa Solitaire is the newest building inside the MBP, has 15 floors, and is impossible to miss.

    Here's a map of the area near our office building:

    Office building. As you enter the MBP through its main gate, the Rupa Solitaire building will be on your right. It is a typical modern steel-and-glass structure, quite different from the older buildings in the MBP.

    Landmarks. The MBP itself is the biggest landmark to reach our office. If you reach the vicinity of our area, practically everyone will be able to guide you towards the MBP. Equally well-known is the Dhirubhai Ambani Knowledge City, an office complex owned by Reliance and which seats a few thousand people. The DAKC is next to the MBP, with a long common boundary wall.

    If you ever get confused, call our office board line (022) 4153 0500 and ask for help.

  • Reaching by rail Ghansoli is the nearest railway station and is about one kilometre from our office building. This is on the Navi-Mumbai to Thane suburban rail route. Any train which travels between Thane and Navi Mumbai passes through this route. Take a train to Ghansoli and walk down to our office. Autos may be available, on sharing basis. Look for autos taking people to the MBP. Disembark at the MBP gate and walk the hundred metres or so to Rupa Solitaire.

    The next railway station, Kopar Khairane, is on the same train line and is one kilometre away from the MBP. It carries much more people because it feeds the crowd which travels in and out of the large DAKC (Dhirubhai Ambani Knowledge City) office complex, which is next to the MBP.

    If you ever get confused, call our office board line (022) 4153 0500 and ask for help.

  • Driving down The main highway which passes close to our office is the NH4 (National Highway 4), the one which connects Bangalore to Bombay. In this part of the world, it's commonly known as the Thane Belapur Road. It's a dual-carriageway road with three lanes per carriageway, recently concreted. You can drive to our office from Thane or from any part of Navi Mumbai by taking the Thane Belapur Road from wherever you are.

    Driving down from Airoli/ Thane: take the Thane Belapur Road and head towards Vashi, looking for Ghansoli Railway Station on your right. There will be a flyover on the road as it passes in front of Ghansoli Station. Climb that flyover and descend on the other side. Immediately after the end of the flyover, there's a large traffic signal, with a large flyover passing overhead, crossing the Thane Belapur Road at right angles. Continue straight at this signal, driving below the flyover overhead. After driving about fifty metres past the signal, you will see a lane going left. Take a left turn and enter that lane. Drive a few hundred metres to the end of the lane and you will see the gate of the MBP on your right. Drive in through that gate and park anywhere where you see some free space by the kerb.

    Driving from Vashi/ Belapur/ Pune: take the Thane Belapur Road and head towards Thane, looking for Kopar Khairane Railway Station on the left and the massive gate of DAKC (Dhirubhai Ambani Knowledge City) on the right. Immediately after crossing the railway station, shift to the rightmost lane and look for the next traffic signal. This traffic signal has a large flyover passing overhead, crossing the Thane Belapur Road at right angles. Do not drive up to this signal. Just about fifty metres before this signal will be a break in the divider and a lane leading right. Turn right into this lane. Drive a few hundred metres till the end of the lane, and you will see the gate of the MBP on your right. Drive in through those gates and park anywhere where you find some free space by the kerb.

    From South Bombay: There are two routes to reach Navi Mumbai: via Vashi or via Mulund and Airoli. Take the route which suits you, then follow the corresponding directions given above.

    If you ever get confused, call our office board line (022) 4153 0500 and ask for help.

  • By cab or rented car Tell the cabbie or chauffeur you want to go to Mahape, into Millenium Business Park. If the chauffeur does not know where that is, and you don't have Google Maps on your smartphone, then tell him to go to DAKC on the Thane Belapur Road. The MBP is next to the DAKC. When you come close, first instruct him to take the Thane Belapur Road, then head for the MBP as described.

    If you ever get confused, call our office board line (022) 4153 0500 and ask for help.

  • By bus Lots of buses come to the Millenium Business Park's gate. There are also buses which pass on the Shil-Phata Road, a few hundred metres from the MBP gate.



    Bus    Route


    501 Kurla Station East -- passes by on the Shil-Phata Road
    510 Ghatkopar (Bhatwadi) -- MBP
    513 & 100 Vashi Station -- Shil-Phata Road -- Mulund
    520 Dadar (Plaza Cinema) -- Shil-Phata Road -- Airoli
    521 Dadar (Plaza Cinema) -- Kopar Khairane (AC and non-AC)
    522 Vashi Station -- Shil-Phata Road -- Mulund
    523 Dindoshi bus depot -- Thane Belapur Road -- APMC Market Vashi
    525 Dindoshi bus depot -- Shil-Phata Road -- MBP (AC and non-AC)


    Find out about the route that suits you, and decide the closest point to get off the bus. Then walk down. The routes which specify "Shil-Phata Road" go down the Kalyan-Shil Road. You must inquire which stop is the one for the MBP, and then disembark there and walk into the MBP (a few hundred metres).

    If you ever get confused, call our office board line (022) 4153 0500 and ask for help.

    View of the New Bombay skyline towards the Thane Creek, and a strange cloud formation from our 12th floor office window on a January evening