Mumbai will soon be home to India's tallest tower
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Mumbai will soon be home to India's tallest tower

India will see its tallest skyscraper erected in Mumbai by UK-based SRAM & MRAM Group. The multi-use building will have 110 floors and constructed in the city’s Parel-Sewri area. Architect Venkat Pillai of Venkat Pillai Design Studio has been roped in as the designer of the luxurious project.

The skyscraper, which will be India’s tallest with 110 floors, will house offices, shops, a mall, a 50-key hotel, a 50-bed specialty hospital, serviced apartments. In addition to these, the tower will also have a gymnasium, heated swimming pools, recreation centre, a 50-seater movie theatre, banquet hall, according to the company.

"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," said SRAM & MRAM Group Director Raghav Kapur.

SRAM & MRAM Group Vice Chairman Gurujee Kumaran Swami highlighted how they are proud of their team and work as they add “uniqueness to the structures we build”. "Giving cities and countries a flavour of something new is what we aspire for, always. We are looking forward to giving life to the country's tallest building," Swami noted.

Meanwhile, the UK-based company earlier this month announced that the group will invest Rs 2 lakh crore in Odisha to set up semiconductor unit in the state. The announcement was made at the Make in Odisha (MIO) Conclave, 2022. Swami and the company's Odisha in-charge Debadutta Singh Deo said the group will invest Rs 30,000 crore in the first phase.

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India will see its tallest skyscraper erected in Mumbai by UK-based SRAM & MRAM Group. The multi-use building will have 110 floors and constructed in the city’s Parel-Sewri area. Architect Venkat Pillai of Venkat Pillai Design Studio has been roped in as the designer of the luxurious project. The skyscraper, which will be India’s tallest with 110 floors, will house offices, shops, a mall, a 50-key hotel, a 50-bed specialty hospital, serviced apartments. In addition to these, the tower will also have a gymnasium, heated swimming pools, recreation centre, a 50-seater movie theatre, banquet hall, according to the company. 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, said SRAM & MRAM Group Director Raghav Kapur. SRAM & MRAM Group Vice Chairman Gurujee Kumaran Swami highlighted how they are proud of their team and work as they add “uniqueness to the structures we build”. Giving cities and countries a flavour of something new is what we aspire for, always. We are looking forward to giving life to the country's tallest building, Swami noted. Meanwhile, the UK-based company earlier this month announced that the group will invest Rs 2 lakh crore in Odisha to set up semiconductor unit in the state. The announcement was made at the Make in Odisha (MIO) Conclave, 2022. Swami and the company's Odisha in-charge Debadutta Singh Deo said the group will invest Rs 30,000 crore in the first phase. See also: Piramal Realty to pump Rs 35 bn into ongoing MMR projectsElan to spend Rs 40 billion on lavish residential complex in Gurgaon

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