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Old Posted Jan 8, 2015, 7:36 PM
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Looks good...
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I thought they were just going to paint the concrete white, but it looks to me like they are using some kind of panels. Much better IMHO.
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Inside the Scale Model for Mumbai's World Towers

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Technology's impact on the building industry can be seen in the superslim towers that would have been structurally inconceivable even a decade ago as well as the photorealistic renderings that we've come to expect from starchitects. On a smaller scale, fabrication technology and cheap microcontrollers have changed the game for building sales tools. SkyriseCities recently stopped by Myles Burke Architectural Models, where a high-tech model for The World Towers in Mumbai was being assembled.
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Yeah,it is to me using some white panel,man.Any November photo update?
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That sure looks like Houston...
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Interior designs for World One Tower.





http://proudestindian.com/mumbai-rea...h-117-storeys/
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I wonder how much that unit goes for. If that's the master bedroom I'd expect more for paying more than $1.5 million, paying more for the views I guess.
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Seems like this tower is 112 floors tall now, though still u/c.
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This is taking 4 ever. Any updates?
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I was in Mumbai in August of 2014 - the tower was tall, but still far from topping out. I never got close enough to make a proper estimate or floor count.

Fast-forward now, and I'm back in Mumbai to celebrate New Year's. I was shocked to see the tower still, seemingly, a fair ways from topping out. Like last time, I didn't get a close look, but other towers have been finished and new ones are sprouting with considerable speed.

Perhaps there's a problem with financing? Demand? Labor? I wish I knew, but the Mumbai luxury market is totally opaque to me, just like the skyline on a humid day.
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project stalled? that sucks!
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