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Tallest Buidings in India

 
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PostPosted: Tue May 25, 2010 12:33 pm    Post subject: Tallest Buidings in India Reply with quote

Tallest buildings In India




The Imperial Towers, Mumbai are the tallest in India.





Shreepati Arcade, Mumbai





MVRDC, Mumbai

This list of tallest buildings in India ranks skyscrapers in India based on official height.
This lists ranks buildings in India that stand at least 90 m (295 ft) tall, based on standard height measurement. This includes spires and architectural details but does not include antenna masts. Only completed buildings and under construction buildings that have been topped out are included.
Name

City

Height

Floors

Year

Imperial Tower IMumbai249 metres (817 ft)602010


Imperial Tower IIMumbai249 metres (817 ft)602009


Planet GodrejMumbai181 metres (594 ft)512009








Ashok Towers 1Mumbai193 metres (633 ft)492009





RNA MirageMumbai180 metres (591 ft)402009





Raheja LegendMumbai402009


Residence AntiliaMumbai173 metres (568 ft)272010


Oberoi Woods Tower IMumbai170 metres (558 ft)402009








Oberoi Woods Tower IIMumbai170 metres (558 ft)402009








Oberoi Woods Tower IIIMumbai170 metres (558 ft)402009








MVRDCMumbai156 metres (512 ft)352002





hreepati ArcadeMumbai153 metres (502 ft)452002


Vasant PolarisMumbai151 metres (495 ft)342009











Oberoi Skyheights Tower 1Mumbai150 metres (492 ft)372009


Oberoi Skyheights Tower 2Mumbai150 metres (492 ft)372009


Belvedere CourtMumbai149.35 m (490 ft)402008


Four Seasons MumbaiMumbai146 metres (479 ft)372008


Kalpataru HeightsMumbai144 metres (472 ft)392008


Choice ParadiseKochi382010


Vasant GrandeurMumbai382009


Sheth Beaumonde Towers 1Mumbai352009


Sheth Beaumonde Towers 2Mumbai352009


Sheth Beaumonde Towers 3Mumbai352009


HeritageMumbai362008


Orbit HeightsMumbai402008


The LegendMumbai402009


Shreepati CastleMumbai432009


Shreepati TowersMumbai402009


Suraj TowersMumbai402008


South CityKolkata[citation needed]352008
Tahnee heightsMumbai137 metres (449 ft)351994


Orchid TowerMumbai322008


Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Civic CentreDelhi112 metres (367 ft)282010



Palais Royale  now under construction(to be completed in 2012 with 67 floors, located on Shree Ram Mill Land in Lower Parel, Mumbai, will have a height of 320 m. It is the first supertall in the India to achieve an LEED Platinum rating for environmental sustainability.


The luxury building will have 100 apartments with areas of 8,700 sq ft and 14,000 sq ft. With a floor plate of 5 lakh sq ft, the premises will have amenities like a cinema house, spa, cricket pitch, soccer field and three swimming pools.
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PostPosted: Wed May 26, 2010 11:43 am    Post subject: 80 storey proposed building Reply with quote

80 storey proposed building
News yesterday, was broad cast that one plot was auctioned in Bombay/Mumbai for 4050 crores rupees.
It is meant for erecting 80 storey residential building.
I am sure that cost of apartments shall be enormous on such plots.
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PostPosted: Thu May 27, 2010 9:01 am    Post subject: Re: 80 storey proposed building Reply with quote

suraj wrote:
80 storey proposed building
News yesterday, was broad cast that one plot was auctioned in Bombay/Mumbai for 4050 crores rupees.
It is meant for erecting 80 storey residential building.
I am sure that cost of apartments shall be enormous on such plots.
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Lodha secures Mumbai land for Rs 4,053 cr


The Lodhi group of real estate developers today emerged the highest bidder to acquire a 22.5-acre plot in Wadala, central Mumbai, for Rs 4,053 crore.

In an auction conducted by Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA), Lodha quoted Rs 81,818 per sq mt, or Rs 7,604 a square foot, for the plot at the Wadala Truck Terminal, a few metres away from the construction site for a monorail that would link Chembur in the central suburbs with Jacob Circle in central Mumbai.

The plot was earlier earmarked for the construction of a 102-storied commercial complex, which would have been the tallest structure in the country. MMRDA was forced to abandon its plan due to poor response from developers.


But, it is not repenting at all, as Lodha’s bid makes it the largest-ever land deal in the country. Only BPTP, a north India-based real estate player, had fared better in an auction. In 2008, it had offered to fork out Rs 5,006 crore for a plot in Noida, Uttar Pradesh, but later surrendered 75 per cent of the land to the authorities.

Another large-ticket land deal has been in the works, with the Railway Land Development Authority planning to auction a plot in Bandra for which a reserve price of Rs 4,000 crore had been fixed. Due to tepid interest from developers, the agency has had to abort its attempt to sell the plot on at least three occasions in the past.

Today’s deal could change sentiments and MMRDA is looking to cash in on the positive mood. The agency is reviving plans to sell plots in the Bandra-Kurla Complex after it failed to get requisite response to an auction conducted in January.

“Developers are willing to pay high value for land given the short supply in Mumbai. In addition, property prices have shot up by 40-60 per cent in the last six months which is making them bolder,” said CB Richard Ellis Chairman and Managing Director Anshuman Magazine.

While the problems in Europe could affect the participation of international funds in the Indian markets, local funds have cash with them to take care of the funding requirements, real estate consultants said.

Given the staggered payment, Lodha will shell out Rs 5,700 crore over the next five-years for the Wadala plot. The developer has to pay the money in the five years with initial 10 per cent of the bid value due in the next three months. It said it will depend on internal accruals and cash flows from other projects to pay the bid amount.

Lodha’s bid is more than double the reserve price of Rs 40,000 per sq mt and nearly 86 per cent higher than the second highest bid from Suntech Reality at Rs 70,002 per sq mt. Indiabulls came third with a bid of Rs 67,222 a sq mt and Dosti group was the fourth highest with Rs 45,494. Though 14 firms bought bid documents, only four submitted bids, which were opened today.

According to MMRDA, the project would have a Floor Space Index of 20, allowing a total saleable area of 7.5 million sq ft. Mumbai city enjoys a FSI of 1.33. But against this, Lodha will be able to build 20 square feet on every square foot of land bought by it.

The developer said it plans to build a residential complex and to sell apartments in the price range of Rs 13,000-Rs 14,000 per sq ft. The project is expected to get completed over the next five to seven years.  At present, residential buildings around the Wadala Truck Terminal command a price of Rs 9,000 to Rs 10,000 a sq ft.
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