Some of the tallest buildings in India

With a boom in the construction of skyscrapers in India, there are more than 100 super tall skyscrapers which are under construction. Here is a list of select 5 tallest buildings in India.

Palais Royale

Location: Mumbai

Palais Royale is located in Lower Parel in Mumbai and is a 88 floor building. The height of the skyscraper is 320m. It is the first residential building to achieve a LEEDS platinum rating. Palais Royale is a building which has 120 apartments and provides facilities like three swimming pools, cricket pitch, badminton court, cinema house, football pitch and spa. It was developed keeping sustainability and responsible consumption in mind.

The 42

Location: Kolkata

It is the tallest building in Kolkata. It is a 63 floors building with 56 residential apartments as there is a duplex on the top of two floors. In height it stands for 268 metres. The 42 gives a luxurious apartment and offers a 360-degree scenic view of the whole city.

Imperial Towers

Location: Mumbai

Imperial Towers provide an excellent and the most luxurious view. It offers a luxurious lifestyle to live. It is of 60 floors and has a height of 254 metres. It is a twin residential tower located in Tardeo, Mumbai. Imperial Towers has a landscape podium on the 9th floor which offers green space amenity.

Bayview, House of Hiranandani

Location: Chennai

Bayview stands at a height of 204 meters and is a 40 storey tower. In South India, it is the tallest building. The view the apartment offers is of Bay Of Bengal and the backwaters. It is located off Old Mahabalipuram Road, Egattur.

Omkar, 1973

Location: Mumbai

Omkar 1973 is constructed for a height of over 450 metres. It is set to have three high rise towers. The two towers are all set and have 76 and 75 floors respectively. It offers a spectacular view of the Arabian Sea. In this building, there are 400 plus sky bungalows and have an area of 2500 sq. ft. to 18,200 sq. ft.

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