The Ulwe Node lies immediately to the south of proposed Navi Mumbai International Airport, potentially served by both road and proposed Metro Rail. To the west lies the site for the proposed MTHL landing (six-lane dual carriageway Road Bridge connecting Sewri on Mumbai side to Nhava on Navi Mumbai side) and Ulwe West (Waterfront) SEZ. The site is very well connected to both the National and State Highways and can be accessed through Amra Marg, the principal arterial road, connecting Navi Mumbai CBD to the proposed Navi Mumbai International Airport and Jawaharlal Nehru Port.
The MTHL Bridge, the proposed International Airport SEZ and the potential Metro Rail all contribute to enhance the premium commercial nature of the Ulwe (Airport) SEZ as MICE (Meetings Incentives Conferencing Events) and institutional hub. This Node would also cater to the Gems and Jewellery industry, keeping with the international standard practice of developing diamond hubs, like those in Antwerp (Belgium) and Dubai. In addition to this, the Node would have Multi Services Sector, including IT/ITES, commercial and trade facilities.