Kandivali West is a suburb located in the North Mumbai. The locality of Kandivali was previously known as Khandolee. The Kandivali Railway Station is standing majestically for more than 100 years as it was constructed in 1907. The station has acquired its name from the East Indian Village of Candolim. The region encompassing Western Urban Road between Malad and Kandivali had several stone quarries and was once popular for Malad stone. Many famous buildings in Mumbai were stacked with Malad stone between 1860 and 1930, some of them are David Sassoon Library, Bombay House, and the Western Railway building at Churchgate. In the interim of Plagues of the 1900s, the Fonseca’s from Bandra relocated to Kandivali West at Poisar. Poisar village in the locality of Kandivali West boasts the famous Our Lady of Remedy Church. A distinguished daily journal, The Times of India printing press is operating in the area of Kandivali West.
The high-profile localities in Kandivali West include Kandivali Village, Irani Wadi, Anand Nagar, Ary Chankya Nagar, Tulaskar Wadi, Amrut Nagar, Shanker Lane, Parekh Nagar, and many more. Kandivali West comprises industrial areas such as Akurli Industrial Estate, Kandivali Industrial Estate, Gundecha Industrial Estate, and Balaji Industrial Estate. The locality of Kandivali West enjoys the superior road and railway connectivity.