Palais Royale, Mumbai

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Palais Royale
Palais Royale Mumbai 25 May 2013.JPG
General information
StatusTopped-out
TypeResidential
LocationWorli, Mumbai, India
Coordinates18°59′58″N 72°49′10″E / 18.9995°N 72.8195°E / 18.9995; 72.8195Coordinates: 18°59′58″N 72°49′10″E / 18.9995°N 72.8195°E / 18.9995; 72.8195
Construction started2008
Topped-out2018
Completedexpected by May 2020
Opening2020 (Scheduled)
Cost3,000 crore (US$430 million)[1]
OwnerShree Ram Urban Infrastructure Ltd.
Height
Antenna spire320 metres (1,050 ft)
Roof320 metres (1,050 ft)[2]
Top floor294 metres (965 ft)[2]
Technical details
Floor count88
Floor area310,000 m2 (3.3×10^6 sq ft)
Lifts/elevators12
Design and construction
ArchitectTalati Panthaky Associates
DeveloperShree Ram Urban Infrastructure Ltd.
Structural engineerSterling Engineering Consultancy Services Pvt. Ltd., Mumbai
Main contractorRaghuveer Urban Constructions

Palais Royale is an unfinished (as of March 2019) skyscraper in Lower Parel, Mumbai. It is on land previously owned by Shree Ram Mills Ltd. It is the first supertall building in India to achieve a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Platinum rating for environmental sustainability.[1]

Design[edit]

The luxury building has 120 apartments with areas of between 740 and 1,300 square metres (8,000 and 14,000 sq ft).[3] With a floor plate of 2,300 square metres (25,000 sq ft), the premises have amenities like a cinema house, spa, cricket pitch, badminton court, football pitch and three swimming pools. It has 820,000 square metres (8.8×10^6 sq ft) of residential space.[4]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Country's first green residential building in city". DNAIndia.com. 29 March 2008. Retrieved 16 July 2010.
  2. ^ a b Emporis GmbH. "Palais Royale, Mumbai, India". Emporis.com. Retrieved 16 July 2010.
  3. ^ "Palais Royale". CTBUH.org. 4 February 2010. Retrieved 7 December 2017. Palais Royale is a 300 meter tall residential project located at the old Shree Ram Mill in the Worli area of Mumbai.
  4. ^ "Central Mumbai's luxury overdose, News - City". Mumbai Mirror. 12 July 2010. Retrieved 16 July 2010.