UK based firm to construct the tallest skyscraper in Mumbai
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Mumbai’s skyline will soon feature the tallest tower the financial capital of India has ever seen.
The tower, which will be a multi-use building of 110 floors, will be built by UK-based firm SRAM & MRAM Group in the Parel-Sewri area.
In a statement, the company said, “The first-of-the-kind skyscraper will have offices, shops, a mall, a 50-key hotel, a 50-bed specialty hospital, serviced apartments, a gymnasium, heated swimming pools, recreation centre, a 50-seater movie theatre, banquet hall.”
The ultra-luxurious tower will be designed by renowned architect Venkat Pillai of Venkat Pillai Design Studio.
Raghav Kapur, Group Director, SRAM & MRAM said, “This will not be just an accolade to our work that we have done so far but personal victories of our different teams and founding members who envisioned the group to reach to this pinnacle of success of giving a country first of its kind structure. We are excited would be an understatement to say.” Gurujee Kumaran Swami, Vice Chairman, SRAM & MRAM Group said, “Giving cities and countries a flavour of something new is what we aspire for, always. We take pride in our team and work as we add uniqueness to the structures we build. We are looking forward to giving life to the country’s tallest building.”