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Old Posted Apr 24, 2007, 5:30 AM
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Sankalpa, New Town
http://www.sankalpaproject.com/

16 blocks - 11 to 24 storeys

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Old Posted Jun 11, 2007, 5:07 AM
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Here's their north Kolkata project in Bonhooghly

http://www.edencal.com/

Eden Lakeside

1476 apartments in G+15, G+12 and G+7 buildings for middle and high income groups.

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Old Posted Jul 28, 2007, 7:51 PM
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Unitech Uniworld City: Harmony

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Old Posted Aug 9, 2007, 3:02 AM
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Elita Garden Vista, New Town

16 Blocks
Ranging from : G+14, G+17, G+24, G+29
1,376 units in total

By Keppel (Singapore) - Purvankara (India)

http://www.nkrealtors.com/garden_vista.html





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Old Posted Oct 27, 2007, 4:42 PM
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Uniworld City rising..

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The three 24 storey Krishnachura towers u/c



Work on the 18 storeys Omega Tower and the Infinity Benchmark Tower is going on



Work on the 12 (phase 1) and 18 storeys (phase 2) Infinity Waterside building has also started

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Old Posted Jan 19, 2008, 6:34 PM
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Wow, guess I better check this thread out more often (it's been months, oops). That plan for Elita Garden Vista looks amazing. And those Uniworld Towers look quite impressive. Thanks sc, sorry it took so long to acknowledge your info.
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Uniworld City (50 Towers) and Sukhobrishti (20,000 apartments - 100,000 people) township sites - aerial view. Uniowrld is on top right and Sukhobrishti bottom left.

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LIC to invest Rs 400 cr in 50-storey office building

LIC to invest Rs 400 cr in 50-storey office building

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Kolkata: LIC will be investing an estimated Rs 400 crore, including the land cost, in constructing a 50-storey office building, the tallest in Eastern India, Mr R.R. Dash, LIC’s Zonal Manager, said here.

LIC had won the bid for acquiring a five-acre plot opposite Science City at Rs 276.2 crore from the Kolkata Municipal Corporation, in what turned out to be one of the costliest land deals in the region at the time.

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The proposed building will comprise 7 lakh square feet of rented area, Mr Deb Kumar Banerjee, LIC’s Chief Engineer said. The corporation is expected to earn a rent of around Rs 12 crore per month from the building. “We are expecting a rent of Rs 150-170 per square foot per month when the tower comes up. It is going to be a 150 metre high building, the highest in Eastern India,” he said.

The corporation is in the process of finalising a number of consultants for the project, he added. “Fourteen have been shortlisted. We will choose the final consultants in three months time,” Mr Banerjee said. There can be more than one consultant for the project including a few international consulting companies, he added.

The building may be rented out for malls, offices, IT-ITES companies. “We plan to zero in on the physical part of the project by the end of this financial year, after which the construction will start,” he said.

http://propertybytes.indiaproperty.com/
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what about mumbai

its nice that so many skyscrapers are coming but are they coming in Mumbai also?
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its nice that so many skyscrapers are coming but are they coming in Mumbai also?
You will get a lot of info here.
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Old Posted Jun 9, 2008, 3:32 AM
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good job sun. tanx 4 sharing.
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DLF Galleria Mall u/c in New Town

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DLF IT Park II, New Town

25 acres, 2.5 million sq ft workspace

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Old Posted Jun 19, 2008, 12:56 PM
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Unitech Infospace, New Town

spread over 50 acres

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Old Posted Jun 29, 2008, 5:03 PM
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The Princep, Calcutta Riverside

From the Economic Times of India

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Princep forms one of the residential offerings within as ecologically conscious and environmentally friendly, 262-acre integrated township Calcutta Riverside. Each and every apartment in Princep overlooks the Hooghly.

The Princep parcel would include six towers totalling 925 living spaces within high-rise condominium ranging from G+19 to G+26 floors.
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The progress never ends. Good stuff sc.

This pic struck me, has a surreal quality to it:



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Uniworld Gardens

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status Feb 09:

Towers 1, 2



Tower 3



Towers 4, 5, 6



Towers 7,8,9



Tower 10



Uniworld Downtown
Status Feb 09
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Tower 1



Towers 2, 3, 4



Air (40 storey tower)



Uniworld Heights
Status: Feb 09
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Towers 1-10



Uniworld Cascades
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Status: Feb 09

Tower 4



Tower 5



Tower 6



Tower 7



Tower 8



Towers 9, 10 and 1



Uniworld Horizon
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Tower 3



Tower 4



Tower 5



Tower 6



Towers 7,8 and 9

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Infosys Technologies Ltd today said that "company is not moving its West Bengal project at this point and also not planning to set up new facilities". The company would focus only on expanding the existing facilities, with an investment of around Rs 600 crore, said S Gopalakrishnan, chief executive officer and managing director Infosys Technologies

Speaking to Business Standard at the sidelines of Confederation of Indian Industry (CII’s) two day event on ICT he said that “the project (in West Bengal) has went into trouble and we were also going slow due to the global economic slow down. “We have decided to go slow in any new projects and will focus only on expanding the existing facilities. We will consider going back to West Bengal, if only the government gives us new proposal." ............
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