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Old August 30th, 2011, 08:28 AM   #1
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WORLI | Four Seasons Private Residences & Serviced Apartments | ~250m | ~215m | Prep



Magnus Estate is building a second and much taller tower on their Worli property. This will house the Four Seasons as well.

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The current Four Seasons hotel opened in May 2008 and was designed by Lohan Associates + Hafeez Contractor

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August 30 Update: Some info on Four season's phase 2 project

http://envis.maharashtra.gov.in/envi...42MoM_SEAC.pdf



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Old August 30th, 2011, 09:03 AM   #2
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Here is a snippet from a March article about the second Four Seasons tower. We can expect the design to be released within the next few months -

Four Seasons Checks In

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Keeping in mind an extended surge in demand, Four Seasons is putting up two new ballrooms in the property. But perhaps the biggest statement of a rebound in its fortunes comes from the fact that the owners (Delhi’s Jatia family) are planning a huge expansion in the same area.

The 33-storey hotel will soon be dwarfed by a tower that will be two and a half times taller – 84 storeys. It might sport an Aer bar similar to the one present in the current structure, which is also India’s first rooftop bar. The financial details, including the investment for the new hotel, are being finalised. While construction of the two new ballrooms will begin this month, the new skyscraper, which will have office space, service apartments, guest rooms, restaurants and Four Seasons-branded residences, is in the design stage and will be finalised by the end of this year.
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Old August 30th, 2011, 09:07 AM   #3
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Thank you 101
Will this second tower reach 300m mark ?
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Old August 30th, 2011, 09:11 AM   #4
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Isn't what you posted above about the same tower?

If so it says it will exceed 320m.
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Old August 31st, 2011, 09:31 PM   #5
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Some info on Four season's phase 1 project

http://envis.maharashtra.gov.in/envi...42MoM_SEAC.pdf


here's the latest decision
this might settle to 200m

http://envis.maharashtra.gov.in/envi...43MoM_SEAC.pdf
at page 11
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Decision: In the last meeting it was pointed out to the project proponent that the
clearance from the aviation authorities for the very tall structure exceeding 320m in
height was essential before the project could be considered for EC as the approved
height will have effect on various parameters. The proponent stated that they had
clearance for 200m height and further clearance was awaited. They were informed that
it would be desirable either to wait for the final clearance or to propose the project with
200m height at this stage and seek revision of EC after final clearance was received.
Many other points were also raised for compliance by the proponent.
In the meeting the project proponent still requested for clearance for the ultimate height
of 320m which they are quite confident of getting from the aviation authorities. Many of
the other points raised in the last meeting were complied with. The project proponent
was then once again requested to recast their present proposal based on the height
clearance they obtained from the Airport Authority of India. Later vide on 19
th
April, they
submitted the recast project (for the height for which they have obtained clearance). A
copy of the letter from Airport Authority of India giving clearance for 186.17m AGL or
198.67m (AMSL) has also been enclosed. The main features of the recast project are:
FSI construction: 36,142 sq.m. Total construction (including non-FSI construction):
80,155 sq.m. Building configuration: 3B+G+35 upper floors. No. of rooms: 117. No. of
floors for hotel: 18. No. of floors for commercial use: 12. Other floors: 4. Basement: 3.
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Old November 4th, 2011, 02:02 PM   #6
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Mr. Jatia has built India’s first Four Seasons Hotel in Mumbai which started operating in 2008. It is a landmark property in Mumbai. Mr. Jatia is now fully concentrated in his next venture for a 85 storey, hotel-cum-commercial project in Mumbai.

Source: http://www.asianhotelsnorth.com/pdf/...rt_2010_11.pdf
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Mr. Jatia has built India’s first Four Seasons Hotel in Mumbai which started operating in 2008. It is a landmark property in Mumbai. Mr. Jatia is now fully concentrated in his next venture for a 85 storey, hotel-cum-commercial project in Mumbai.

Source: http://www.asianhotelsnorth.com/pdf/...rt_2010_11.pdf

FWIW, some related news from exactly a year ago -

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Contributing to Mumbai’s skyline
Date: 15 November 2010

Turner & Townsend has been appointed to provide project management, cost management and construction management services for the new Four Seasons hotel in Mumbai.

The high-rise tower comprises a hotel and serviced apartments and will be branded Four Seasons. The client is Magus Estates & Hotels who own the existing Four Seasons hotel in Mumbai.

Turner & Townsend India Managing Director Robert Hewitt said “We are delighted to have secured this appointment. It underlines the capability and expertise that we have established in India to deliver such projects.”

The new hotel will be built adjacent to the existing hotel and will also be managed by Toronto-based operator Four Seasons. The project, which is located on a city centre site, is currently at concept design stage. The client has appointed an international design team from the US and Hong Kong.

When completed in 2014, the hotel will dominate the Mumbai skyline and provide a six star quality guest experience.
This article says that the design will be finalized by the end of this year.
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Old November 5th, 2011, 09:42 AM   #8
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Awesome!!!
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Old November 5th, 2011, 07:46 PM   #9
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FWIW, some related news from exactly a year ago -



This article says that the design will be finalized by the end of this year.
Man, I am itching to see the final design.....The fact it is designed by International firms satisfies me!! ...EDIT: That is no Hafeez's bullshit!!
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Old November 5th, 2011, 07:53 PM   #10
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Man, I am itching to see the final design.....The fact it is designed by International firms satisfies me!!


Way too many cancelled international design's floating around shopping for builder's.

A little mod job here, a snip there, a bit of 'cut & paste', re-sizing will do. Pls. not to be surprised. And there are justifiably not that many native established Chinese, Arab or Indian structural type architects.
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Old November 15th, 2011, 10:04 PM   #11
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*New thread created for this project* - Savz will soon be providing us with latest updates.


Here's a picture from August 2010, showing a part of the tower u/c at the back:

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From Four Season's website:
Phase 2 will almost triple the available indoor space, and add a magnificent ballroom.
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Old November 16th, 2011, 03:10 AM   #12
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I can't wait to see the render for this one.
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Old November 17th, 2011, 06:22 AM   #13
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15th Nov, 2011
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Project Updates:
Demolishion of the old construction in progress.

Image#1: Taken from the corner opening of the barricaded site ;-)


Image#2: Sneak Peak into the site.


Image#3: From the Opp Building which is also going to be taken over by Four Seasons as from what i heard.


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Old November 17th, 2011, 08:33 AM   #14
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Any plans to redeveloP all the slums in this area? A friend of mine stayed at the four seasons and was shocked at the proximity of huge slum area across from the hotel
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Old November 17th, 2011, 09:13 AM   #15
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Thanks again Savz. Looking forward to seeing the render.

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Any plans to redeveloP all the slums in this area? A friend of mine stayed at the four seasons and was shocked at the proximity of huge slum area across from the hotel
There are plans to redeveloped Jeejamata Nagar, I think DB Realty was involved, not sure how it's going. But if it happens something spectacular could come up as the site his huge.
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Old November 17th, 2011, 09:19 AM   #16
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Thanks again Savz. Looking forward to seeing the render.



There are plans to redeveloped Jeejamata Nagar, I think DB Realty was involved, not sure how it's going. But if it happens something spectacular could come up as the site his huge.
Yup, Infact I`m not mistaken Jeejamata Nagar was in the news a couple months ago as there was a tussle between Lokhandwala Builders and some other local company over that land.. Apparently Lokhandwala did not get the permission to develop that..
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Any plans to redeveloP all the slums in this area? A friend of mine stayed at the four seasons and was shocked at the proximity of huge slum area across from the hotel
I am not sure of redevelopment, but yeah there is a huge slum pocket spanning just behing Four Seasons Current Tower. I infact walked through those congested slums most of which are workshops which are on similar lines of businesses at Dharavi. To add, the buildings tht u see in the pics are rehab towers. I went into those to get a shot n also did speak to people in the buildings who happened to b construction workers working on palais royale at sri ram mills site. So lets hope for the best n wait till some supernatural supertall comes up there soon.:-) hope this infor was helpful to all.
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sounds great.
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84 floors. mental. Might spoil the view from the sky bar ?
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Cheers for the info savz, Hopefully something will be done to the area, her view from four seasons was that of all the slums, not something you pay 5 * prices for!
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