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Old Posted Nov 30, 2005, 8:40 PM
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Hi

Here is an updated of u/c and approved projects.

There are a ton of cool looking and futuristic mid-rise buildings coming up in the city... should I post those as well, or is this forum for highrises only?

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Abrol Vastupark


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Raheja Atlantis


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Ansal Heights


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Ansal Whispering Meadows


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Oberoi Spas


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Oberoi Woods has been redesigned (thank God!)


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Rustomjee Excellency


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Rustomjee Regal


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Tata Hospita


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Evershine Sapphire


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K Raheja Universal Mixed Development


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UDHE


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Residential Township Upper Govind Nagar


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Vijay Kamdar building has been a bit redesigned + taller


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Nahar Amrit Shakti


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Ravi Estate


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Seth Iris Blue


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Seth Vasant Gardens


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Seth Beaumonde has been updated


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Seth Vasant Lawns


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RNA Royale Park (only small rendering available)


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RNA Azzure (only small rendering available)



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RNA Sunderbans (only small rendering available)



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RNA Sapphire (only small rendering available)



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RNA Metropolis (only small rendering available)



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RNA Metropolitan (only small rendering available)



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RNA @ 4th (only small rendering available)



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RNA Central Park (only small rendering available)



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So many projects!
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Well I just gotta say I'm very impressed with the tons of construction projects. List just goes on and on and....
I'm even quite impressed with the relocation projects I had to kind of chuckle to myself when someone quoted that it reminds them of Miami, because it does.
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NG Royal Heights
33 storeys
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Developer: RNA (NG) Group
Status: Under Construction



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BTW The Seth Iris Blue is in Dubai not Mumbai. Can someone pls delete it as Jai has left for his Marines training and will not have access.
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to be honest....im not impressed with prob 1/2 of these...
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Here are some long awaited updates, mainly from SSC India forumers. Mumbai's boom continues to go strong with many new projects.

Lodha Grandeur
Prabhadevi
Floors: 27
Status: unknown
Developer: Lodha Group


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The Lokhandwala Apartment Hotel


Sister project in the suburbs


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Atlas Mills
Under Construction

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Polaris, Grandeur, and Splendour
(three separate projects)
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Unknown
From Neelkanth Group

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Oberoi Commercial Tower

Client: Oberoi Constructions Pvt. Ltd.
Architect: HOK Los Angeles
Location: Mumbai, India
Gross Floor Area: 660,000sf / 61,000sm
Height: 27 stories
Status:?


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Oberoi Springs (Spas)
Client: Oberoi Constructions Pvt. Ltd.
Architect: Hafeez Contractor
Location: Mumbai, India
Gross Floor Area: 300,000 sf / 28,000 sm (each tower)
Height: 410 ft / 125 m


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Neptune Living Point

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Unknown
40 story tower next to "The Imperial"

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Oceanic
Kandivali (W)
New rendering

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Acme Court
Kandivali

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Runwal Infinity
LBS Marg, Mulund

Building Numbers 1 and 4: stilt + 24 floors; 86.4 m
Building Numbers 2 and 3: stilt + 28 floors; 99.2 m
Building number 5: stilt + 22 floors; 80 m


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Sunbeam Tower
Lokhandwala, Andheri(W)
35F
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Old Posted Mar 19, 2006, 4:40 PM
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A few more:

Kukreja Construction Building, Chembur, Mumbai

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Joy Builders Building, Mumbai


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[IMG]Siddhi Highland Residency, Mumbai[/IMG]
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Old Posted Mar 19, 2006, 4:44 PM
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I think I forgot to post this, but this is the biggest news in Mumbai real estate in a very long time. Opens up the possibility of building very tall towers.

City skyline set to change

The Supreme Court carte blanche on the redevelopment of 600 acres of land occupied by the city’s composite textile mills is all set to transform the ‘golden triangle’ stretching between the nodes of Worli, Dadar and Parel.

Malls and office complexes are not the only development in the pipeline. The new skyline could include a World Trade tower on NTC’s Cadell Road mill — India United No. 6 that has 200 metres of some of the best sea frontage in Mumbai. Also on the drawing board is a possible gargantuan 16-lakh square feet software park in NTC’s Kohinoor No 1 & 2 mills.

Emboldened by the court verdict, NTC officials are gung ho about a quick sell-off process. Of the 25 National Textile Corporation’s 25 mill units in Mumbai, only eight are to be retained for a refloat. All the others are on the auction block.

This means a total of 145 acres in the market equivalent to 185 acres of actual built up area (at 1.33 FSI). Of this 75 acres has already been sold off. Together with 24 acres of TDR (transferable development rights) in lieu of surrendered mill lands, NTC still holds five million sq ft of FSI, conservatively valued at Rs 4,000 crore.

Among the projects proposed on the new land assembly is a World Trade Center proposed by NTC’s planners ‘Team One’ in the 12-acre plot of India United No 6 Mills, off Cadell Road at Dadar. Using twice the normal FSI (a floor space index of 2.7) allowed to convention centres, the World Trade tower could go up to 75 stories, claims Bharat Yamsanwar of Team One. “And if TDR is loaded from other NTC properties to the Cadell Road mill, we can go as high as 120 floors,” said the NTC planner.

The NTC is simultaneously considering development of a software park as an international magnet in central Mumbai in the 22-acre property of what is today Kohinoor Mills No 1 & 2 at Dadar TT Circle. This can be developed as an alternative to the over-crowded and inaccessible SEEPZ and create job opportunities for as many as one lakh people, an NTC planner said.

Little known to most, the new development process also includes rehabilitation of as many as 20,000 chawl units in mill compounds that are occupied by mill workers. In the NTC lands, as much as 6 acres is occupied by workers’ housing and a similar area will have to be committed for workers’ housing units. Among the private mills, Bombay Dyeing, for instance, has undertaken the reconstruction of 643 units for workers.

http://www.hindustantimes.com/news/181_1645823,0035.htm
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New updates

Evershine Embassy, Andheri(W)

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Evershine Meadows, Mahim (E)

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Evershine Sparkle, Jogeshwari (E)

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Dude, all new construction is on former slum/mill land.

In the last year, slums in Mumbai were reduced 20%. That is several million people who formerly lived in slums and now do not. This is only the first year of the Indian construction boom, and the economy continues to skyrocket.


No one is saying the slums will evaporate overnight. India is not a China where bulldozers come in the middle of the night, land seized and sold to the highest bidder and people forcibly relocated to commieblocks. The poor have rights, a voice, and a legal process. The instrument of law and of rights will necessitate the re-housing process. Not the land mafia.

So bro, sorry, but as drawn out as the legal process is, it is not infinately so. If current trends continue -- and they will only accelerate -- Mumbai will be largely slum free within the next ten to fifteen years, as gigantic an effort as it will be.


It's always strikes me as incredible how people who are so ignorant of the ground realities feel the instinctual need to disparage anything related to Indian development. Cognitive dissonance?
hey hey whats wrong between u and CHINA? any chinese disturbed u? i got the same question as urs, why do u disparage anything related to china development? dont be so sensitive.

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^ I don't think he meant anything against China, but in India at least, the government has to pay quite a bit of attention to the impoverished compared to both developing and developed countries.

Anyway, new updates:

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Tipco Heights, S. Mumbai

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Sumer Grande, Chowpatty

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Sumer Park, S. Mumbai

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Raheja Princess

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Joy group

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Rustomjee

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Neptune Laptop
(??) 35F

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Ritu Terraces, Powai
25F

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Mahavir Ratan Vashi

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Lodha Grandeur, Prabhadevi
27F

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Sai Utsav
Utsav Group

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Aakruti Arena
Aakruti Group

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Solitaire
Vijay Associates Wadhwa

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Living Essence
Lokhandwala Constructions

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Lap Top
Neptune Group

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Grace Pinnacle
Sippy Housing

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Om Residency
Omkar Realtors & Developers

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Orbit Heights

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Orbit Eternia

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Hafeez Contractor House

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Orbit Arya-

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Govt decides to amend development rules for Dharavi facelift
Private developers to be roped in for rebuilding civic properties


By Nauzer Bharucha/TNN

Mumbai: Realising that the proposed revamp of Dharavi—Asia’s largest slum sprawl—could end up violating the development control regulations (DCR), the Maharashtra government now plans to amend the rules exlusively for this project.

Successive regimes have sought to give a facelift to the 535-acre slum ghetto, which is a hub for leather and plastic units, bakeries and jewellers. In 1985, then prime minister Rajiv Gandhi had announced a Rs 100-crore grant for Mumbai, of which Rs 37 crore was used to build Dharavi’s roads, sewage and water lines. However, large-scale changes continues to elude the area.
Last Saturday, officials of the Slum Rehabilitation Authority (SRA) finalised a draft DCR for Dharavi following a six-hour marathon meeting. The plan has now been sent to the government, and officials hope it will be approved in a few days. The amended DCR will apply to redevelopment of slums not less than 100 acres in size.

The Dharavi project has been touted as the world’s largest slum rehabilitation scheme. The redevelopment envisages a whopping 3.5 crore sq ft of construction—1.5 crore sq ft to rehouse the slumdwellers and 2 crore sq ft of development that the builders can sell in the open market. As many as 51,000 slums holding a population of 3 lakh people have been identified for rehabilitation.

In January, officials in charge of the project had told TOI that a global expression of interest (EOI) for the Rs 6,000-crore project would be invited by the first week of March. This has now been delayed after the project implementation authority realised there were holes which needed to be plugged so that the existing DCR was not violated in any way.

I S Chahal, officer on special duty in charge of the Dharavi redevelopment project, claimed the existence of a couple of thousand tenements and tenanted properties belonging to the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) in Dharavi posed the first major challenge.

According to the existing DCR, municipal or housing board properties are to be redeveloped by BMC or Mhada themselves and cannot be given to a third party for redevelopment. The Dharavi plan envisages participation of private developers with the SRA being the implementing authority.

There are more than 2,500 houses where civic employees are staying currently in Dharavi. The BMC has been insisting that if these buildings are to be demolished, it should get the same number of tenements in the new buildings to be constructed under the project.In addition, there are also more than 2,000 municipal tenanted chawls where people have been residing over six decades. There are also BMC buildings like the local ward office and fire brigade station here, which will have to be reconstructed. “We had to approach the government for clarifications how to get around this problem. Only a change in the DCR will permit us to go ahead with the project,’’ said Chahal.

It is learnt that the chief minister has agreed to allow the use of the BMC’s 12-acre sewage pumping station land in Dharavi to construct temporary transit accommodation only for Dharavi slumdwellers. Once the project is completed, the land will be handed back to the BMC.

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Tenements and tenanted properties belonging to BMC and other state agencies As per existing norms, such properties are to be redeveloped by the owner But new |plan envisages participation of private developers

Sector 1

Total no. of slum structure :
7988 nos. Total land area : 5,68,331 sq.m. Rehab area : 2,99,550 sq.m. Sale area : 3,98,402 sq.m. Total Cost of construction :
Rs 932 crores
Cost of Amenities :
Rs 174 crores

Sector 2

Total no. of slum structure :
13500 nos.
Total land area :
3,91,188 sq.m. Rehab area : 5,06,250 sq.m. Sale area : 6,73,313 sq.m. Total Cost of construction :
Rs 1410 crores
Cost of Amenities :
Rs 130 crores

Sector 3

Total no. of slum structure :
14501 nos. Total land area : 4,86,726 sq.m. Rehab area : 5,43,787 sq.m. Sale area : 7,23,237 sq.m. Total Cost of construction :
Rs 1670 crores
Cost of Amenities :
Rs 294 crores

Sector 4

Total no. of slum structure :
9,544 nos.
Total land area :
3,47,111 sq.m. Rehab area : 3,57,900 sq.m. Sale area : 4,76,007 sq.m. Total Cost of construction :
Rs 1043 crores
Cost of Amenities :
Rs 138 crores

Sector 5

Total no. of slum structure : 5286 nos. Total land area : 3,72,837 sq.m. Rehab area : 1,98,225 sq.m. Sale area : 2,63,639 sq.m. Total Cost of construction :
Rs 799 crores
Cost of Amenities :
Rs 198 crores

Past efforts

1936: Slum clearance 1976: Slum Improvement Programme 1980: Slum Upgradation Programme 1985: PM’s Grant Project 1994: People’s Participation Programme 1996: Slum Rehab Scheme
No. of slums
50,000
Population
3 lakh
No. of housing units for rehab
51,000
Commercial space for sale
2 crore
square feet Proposed development
3.5 crore
square feet Project cost
Rs 5,855 crore Duration of project 7years

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Any comments at all guys? There are more projects listed here than on most of the other threads, yet very few responses, good or bad.

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Lokhandwala Towers

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Majestic
Dadar

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Whispering Palms
Lokhandwala

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Tirupati Balaji Towers
Khar

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Hallmark Business Plaza

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Antariksha

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Bombay Paxwell

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Grace Pinnacle
Reza Kabul

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Sanghvi Heights
Wadala

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Heena Gaurav Jewel
Goregaon East

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Giriraj Heights
Thane West

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Good Lord! What an abundance of projects! Are most of these just proposals or have they been approved? There must be myriad cranes on the Mumbai skyline.
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^Mixed bag and hard to tell. Unless they are redesigned because of opposition, most go through and are eventually constructed.
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Tabrez Tower
Wadala
45 floors

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Gundecha Gardens
Mulund
Two ~30 floor towers

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Kingston Tower
Parel
31 floors
Siroya Developers

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Ashok Gardens
Parel
Two 25 floor towers
Peninsula Facility Management Services Pvt. Ltd.

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Lodha Bellissimo
57 floors - 729 ft (w/ spire? - tallest in India) reported
Lodha Group

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Orchid Woods - U/C
Three 47 floor towers
Dynamix Group

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Kalpatru Twin Towers - temporary name
Parel
Twin ~60 floor towers
Kalpatru Group

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Unknown Commercial Tower - Times of India
50 floors

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Unknown Commercial Tower
Marine Lines
50 floors
Orbit Group
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Thanks to Jai who finds all these things

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The second is an unnamed Oberoi Constructions-ICICI Venture project at Glaxo unit in Worli, which had initially planned a building with minimum 80 floors, but likely will be finalized at around 65 stories. It was reported several months earlier that Oberoi Constructions was planning a 90-storey building called "Oberoi Skyz"; this most likely is that same project updated:
65-floor tower will rise in Worli

MUMBAI: The Worli plot that was once home to a unit of pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline will soon accommodate a residential complex of towering swagger.

A 4-acre (1.8 lakh square foot) plot, owned till recently by GSK, on Annie Besant Road is being readied to become the site of India’s tallest residential building of 65 storeys. When construction is completed in about three years’ time, the tower will loom over the twin 60-storey structure being built by Shapoorji-Pallonji and Dilip Thakkar at Tardeo. This building was heralded as India’s tallest till the project on the former GSK land was envisioned.

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It will have an air-conditioned lobby, and the exterior will be a blend of concrete and glass to keep maintenance costs low.

Cost of owning a flat? The developers are mum. Says Vikas Oberoi, managing director, Oberoi Constructions: “We are in the process of finalising things. Work, however, is scheduled to commence soon.”

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The third is the India International Trade Center (IITC) building. The tower has widely been reported as being 72 stories, however, builders are once again purposefully downplaying the actual height. What has been made public is that the tower is 'over-60 stories'. It is also Mumbai''s first a commercial skyscraper, the others being residential.
Trade centre will rise on NationalTextile Corporation land

Sunday, May 14, 2006 00:13 IST

Rajshri Mehta & Prashant Hamine

The state government on Saturday approved the National Textile Corporation (NTC)’s plans to set up an over 60-storey ‘India International Trade Centre’ to transform the city’s heartland into an international commercial hub. It will come up on the 12-acre defunct India United Mill No 6 located off Cadell Road at Dadar.

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“The government wants to create employment opportunities by setting up a software park on a small portion of this land,” an official said. Planners said the Rs500 crore-plus project with its large seafront and convenient access was perfect to host a world-class convention centre, which can use twice the normal floor space index of 2.7.

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All of these are not necessarily new projects. Thanks to Jai again.
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Eternity
Thane (W)
Kanakia Construction
Four 13 floor towers

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Vasundhara
Thane (W)
Kanakia Construction

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Iris Park
Off S.V. Road
B Raheja Builders

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Viceroy Court
Kandivali
BREDCO Ltd.

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Elita
Andheri (W)
Rustomjee / Keystone Group

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Elanza
Malad (W)
Rustomjee / Keystone Group

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Silver Spring,
Bhandra
Rizvi Builders
15 floor tower

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Vikas Palms
Thane (W)
Vikas Group

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Gundecha Symphony
Andheri (W)
Gundecha Builders

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Soham Apartments
Walkeshwar
P R Builders

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Yogi Dham Phase III
Three 12 floor towers

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Maple Leaf
Mumbai
K Raheja Corp
12 floors

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Brooke Ville
Mumbai
K Raheja Corp

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Aashish C- View
Worli
Sanghvi Developers

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Shantivan
Kandivali (E)
Vijay Associates (Wadhwa Developers)
Two towers of 25 stories each

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Anmol
Goregaon (W)
Vijay Associates (Wadhwa Developers)
Officially four 16 floor towers

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Solitaire
Powai
Vijay Associates (Wadhwa Developers)
Officially 23 floors

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Skyline Oasis
Near Vidyavihar Staion (W)
Skyline Residency Pvt. Ltd.

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Sumer Trinity Towers, Prabhadevi, by Sumer Group
Three 36 floor towers

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Sumer Burhani Park
Mazgaon
Sumer Group
Two 40 floor towers, six 21 floor towers
Same as Atlas Mills

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WOW!! so many towers. Good for Bombay and India
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Some of those designs aren't all that bad.

Though many of them are pretty run-of-the-mill.
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