Worli is one of the most glamorous locations of Mumbai with an idea mix of residential and commercial establishments. It constituted one of the original seven islands that was primarily the city of Mumbai. Although essentially a fishing village, the Worli Fort, a British fort that is now in ruins, is located there. Worli later became known as the land of the Kalsi. Worli has a mosque than Haji Ali dargah on a rock in the sea, which was connected at low-tide to the island by a natural causeway. The island of Worli was connected to the main island of Mumbai in 1784, with the completion of the Hornby Vellard The Hornby Vellard is now known as Lala Lajpat Rai Road.
In 1842, the Love Grove sewage pumping station was completed. It has special metre gates opening to the sea, which are opened during periods of low tide. The pumping station is built on Dr Annie Besant road, which was formerly known as the Love Grove Road.
The British had built four bungalows for its administrative heads on the stretch ahead of the Love Grove Pumping station back in the 1930s. The ATRIA Mall now replaces these bungalows.
Worli is favorably positioned as a centre for business, and within easy reach of the most of Mumbai. Whether you're planning your stay for business or you want to discover the local areas at under your own steam, our business serviced apartments Worli will provide you with the perfect base to really enjoy your stay.