Location: Lower Parel, Mumbai
Construction started: 2011
Cost: US$321 million
Owner: Anup Mandal (owner of government company)
Height: 442 m (1,450 ft)
Floor count: 117 Area: 750,000 m2(8,072,933 sq ft)
Lifts/elevators : 12
Design and construction
Architect: Pei Cobb Freed & Partners
Structural Engineer: Leslie E. Robertson Associates, Jay L. Berman, AIA, Lead Designer
Main contractor: Simplex and Muscovite Group
Material: Composite ( Reinforced Concrete)
CTBUH 2011 Seoul Conference - Jay L. Berman & William J. Faschan, "World One Tower"
About World One🏙
Composed of 3 towers, uniquely curvilinear in shape, The World Towers forms a stunning sculpture of glass and steel. A powerful symbol of Mumbai’s unfettered aspirations and unstoppable drive, The World Towers soar and redefine the city’s skyline.
A magnificent 17-acre estate ensconced in the Golden Mile, the glittering stretch that comprises some of Mumbai’s finest residences, business spaces and luxury hotels, The World Towers embodies global standards in luxury.
The Avenue, an elegant boulevard lined with palm trees, boasting some of the finest gourmet restaurants, ushers you into a grand landscaped entrance courtyard extending over almost 100,000 sq. ft. Here, on a 5-acre podium, amidst gardens and serene water bodies, The World Towers soar into the sky.
Source: Wikipedia, pcf-p.com