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Old Posted May 8, 2007, 1:09 AM
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Hyderabad's 100+ floor Trade Tower & 12 min. 30 floor tower CBD to be ready by 2010

Fan friggin tastic news on the long awaited Manchirevula Central Business District in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh:

100 storey tower surrounded by 10-12 MINIMUM 30-storey towers!!



Here is the news article from IBN

India's tallest building in Hyderabad
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Shaik Ahmed Ali
CNN-IBN
Posted Monday , May 07, 2007 at 11:17
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TALLER THAN THE REST: The construction of tower will start by July is likely to be ready in the next three years.

Hyderabad: The historic Charminar might soon lose its status as Hyderabad's most famous structure.

The state Industrial Infrastructure Corporation has given the final nod to the city's skyscraper zone, and a landmark building, to be located in a 100-acre Business District in Manchirevula near Hyderabad.

"In the area that the building is coming up, the minimum height of a building should be 30-storeys. The building that we are making will be 100-plus storeyed building surrounded by a series of 10-12 30-storeyed towers. It will be a compact business district like Manhattan or Nariman point," said APIIC Vice-Chairman, B PAcharya.


The proposed Trade Tower will house corporates, hotels and other establishments. 22 international players participated in the recently-concluded bidding process.

"We have kept very stiff pre-qualification norms and 10 were finally selected in the pre-qualification round. Ultimately two parties have responded and we are going to finalise them shortly - one from Israel, one from India," said Acharya.

The APIIC had initially proposed to build 60-floor twin towers. Teams were sent to study the Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur, Sears Towers in Chicago and high-rise buildings in Dubai.

Based on their reports, a single trade tower was approved. At present, the 16-storey Babu Khan Estate, built in 1987, is the tallest commercial building in Hyderabad followed by the 13-storeyed Haj House.

Since the proposed trade tower will be located in the skyscraper zone, getting clearances from the municipal and fire services authorities will be just a formality.

According to the APIIC, the construction of the trade tower will start by July this year and it is likely to be ready in the next three years.
Here is a video news report on the same, from CNN/IBN:
India's tallest building in Hyderabad



And from Moneycontrol India
Hyderabad to house India's tallest building
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2007-05-07 09:18:13 Source : Moneycontrol.com

Now Hyderabad will soon house the tallest building in the country. A hundred storey trade tower surrounded by 10 to 12 rows of over 30-floor buildings, reports CNBC-TV18.

This will be the main feature of the 100-acre business district which will be constructed near Hyderabad.

After almost a year of discussion, the Andhra Pradesh Industrial Infrastructure Corporation has given the final nod for the trade tower. The multi-crore project will begin latest by June and it is likely to be ready in the next three years.
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