The Imperial (Mumbai)

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The Imperial
Former names S D Towers
General information
Type Residential condominiums
Location M P Mills Compound
Tardeo, Mumbai, India
Coordinates 18°58′15″N 72°48′46″E / 18.9709°N 72.8129°E / 18.9709; 72.8129Coordinates: 18°58′15″N 72°48′46″E / 18.9709°N 72.8129°E / 18.9709; 72.8129
Construction started 2005
Completed 2010
Owner S D Corporation Pvt. Ltd.
Management S.D.Corporation Pvt. Ltd.
Antenna spire 254 m (833 ft)
Roof 210 m (690 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 2 x 60
Floor area 2 x 120,000 m2 (1,300,000 sq ft)
Lifts/elevators 17
Design and construction
Architect Hafeez Contractor
Developer Shapoorji Pallonji & Co Ltd
Structural engineer J+W Consultants
CBM Engineers
Main contractor Shapoorji Pallonji & Co Ltd

The Imperial is a twin-tower residential skyscraper complex in Mumbai, India that are the tallest completed buildings in the country. The towers are located in Tardeo, South Mumbai. Construction was completed and the towers were inaugurated in 2010.[7]


The Imperial is located in Tardeo, Mumbai. Imperial Towers, designed by Mumbai architect Hafeez Contractor as his most recognisable project to date, were designed as Mumbai’s tallest towers.The Imperial Twin Towers are built on former slum land where the current re-development model of builders providing free land and rehabilitation to slum dwellers in exchange for rights for property development, was first put into practice on a big scale. This model was used for slum and mill land redevelopment across the city, and across India as a whole.


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