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Currently, many Gujarati and Maharashtrain are also living in those societies.
Pant Nagar forms the north part of Ghatkopar (East).
Sohrab Baug, a mango orchard spread across 13 acres (53,000 m), in the western part of Ghatkopar, was sold to the Kapur family by a Parsi agriculturalist. Comprising mostly middle class and lower middle class residential colonies, it is a relatively newer locality.
The Kapurs have re-developed this property with several apartment complexes – one in collaboration with Godrej Properties Limited is "Grenville Park," and others like "Garden Court" privately. This part of Ghatkopar was largely reclaimed from the marshes and salt pans belonging to the Salt Commissioner in the early 1960s.
Another popular residential area in the west is Amrut Nagar.
Situated along the northern border of Ghatkopar (with Vikroli), Amrut Nagar houses the Ghatkopar Industrial Estate, an economic zone for manufacturers of motorised spare parts, large and small mechanical instruments and other industrial goods.
Roads were sprinkled with water by the vans of municipality twice in the mornings and evenings.
By 1916, Ghatkopar had developed sufficiently that a municipal council for Ghatkopar-Kirol was set up.
One of the famous temple in Ghatkopar is Siddha Ganesh Temple located in Nityanand Nagar, Devkabai chawl which is built up with whole white marble and a unique black south Indian Ganesha idol, it is always a point of attraction during Maghi Ganesh Chaturthti (Jan–Feb).One of the Old Machi (fish) Market is also present in this location. Marg, the school is run by the Trustees of Ghatkopar Educational & Welfare Society.It was once called horse shoe valley, because of the horse shoe shaped hills surrounding the area. There is also a huge mall that has come up the LBS marg known as R-city, a huge mall with includes all the national and international brands, Some of the most known are Big Bazaar, Pantaloon, Body shop and many more. Ghatkopar (East) refers to the area that is roughly bound by the Central Railway tracks on the west, the Eastern Express highway (NH3) on the east, Ghatkopar-Andheri link road to the north and MG Road to the south.But Then Migrants who came from Gujarat to Mumbai in need of good and healthy climatic conditions of the sanatoriums.Population was sparse and everyone knew each other. The streets were named after some of the renowned residents of the area like Navrojee lane named after Navrojee Sheth - a Parsee, Cama lane comes from Lady Cama Bai, Khot lane from people who ploughed and looked after farming activities of the place, Hingwala lane from a family that dealt in Asafoetida business, Khokhani lane from a family of jewelers and whose descendants still reside there, Khetani chowk named after Durlabhji Keshavji Khetani a renowned industrialist and philanthropist whose descendants still live in Ghatkopar.
Most of the area was mangroves and marsh land, and was reclaimed - sometimes officially, but often on the sly illegally.