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Old September 24th, 2007, 03:59 AM   #101
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Hi,

I have updated the first post in this thread (the rendering masterlist) to add the following approved or u/c projects:

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New Project! - Jogeshwari Residential Tower, Jogeshwari: 60 storeys


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New Project! - Shangri-La Hotel, Phoenix Mills: 40 stories


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Shree Jayant Darshan, Grant Road: 38 stories


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Added new rendering of Sunbeam Tower, Andheri (West): 38 stories


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New Project! - Raheja One, Altamount Road: 36 storeys


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New Project! - Classic Towers, Agripada: two towers of 35 storeys each


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New Project! - Ivory Tower, Mumbai: 35 storeys


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Added new rendering of Raheja Xenon, Mumbai: 35 stories


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New Project! - Ruby Mills, Dadar (West): 34 stories


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New Project! - Raheja Iridium, Mumbai: 32 storeys


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New Project! - Radisson Hotel, Kanjur Marg: 30 stories


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Added new rendering of Global Vipassana Pagoda, Goregaon: 27 stories


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New Project! - Tabris, Magazon: 25 storeys


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Old October 25th, 2007, 05:43 AM   #102
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good pic

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Old December 10th, 2007, 07:57 PM   #103
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Some construction updates

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Highrise buildings in various stages of development in Navi Mumbai.

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Old December 10th, 2007, 07:59 PM   #104
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Highrise buildings in various stages of development in Mumbai.

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Old December 10th, 2007, 10:57 PM   #105
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the titile of this thread should be -- A Collection of Ugly Buildings
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Old December 12th, 2007, 12:28 AM   #106
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The global pagoda is in GORAI not goregoan!!
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Old December 12th, 2007, 11:11 PM   #107
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Rs 700 crore!

That’s what the MIAL is spending on building temporary structures that will keep the airport functioning while it is being revamped

Back to Section Stories Posted On Thursday, December 13, 2007

Divya Jha

The Mumbai International Airport Limited (MIAL) has planned a complete revamp of the airport complex — apart from renovating existing terminals extensively and building a new one, the domestic and international terminals will be connected.

Due to shortage of space, both terminals will have to be constructed while they are still in service. So MIAL will first have to pull down existing structures, build temporary ones and then build the new facilities around them.

And all this will cost between Rs 500 to 700 crore.

An MIAL spokesperson compares the challenge to “performing an-open heart surgery on a marathon runner while he is running.

“The biggest challenge in front of us,” he says, “ is to carry on work without stopping day-to-day work.”

Due to shortage of land, passengers will be exposed to the entire revamping.

“Everything will happen in front of their eyes,” says the spokesperson, “A lot of things, such as traffic plans and approach routes will change. Our job is to make it as painless for the passengers as we can.”

MIAL is also looking into ways of acquiring more land. Thus slum rehabilitation, relocation of Air Traffic Control towers and Air India hangars is on the agenda.

The new building, which will come up in place of the existing international airport, will house both — the international and domestic terminals.

Work on the 1B and 1A terminals is almost done. Apart from brand new interiors, these terminals also look different from the outside.

The master plan has been changed several times, says the spokesperson, and the current one seems to be closest to the ideal.

In the last year, traffic at the airport has gone up from 2.2 crore to 2.5 crore.

• Rs 7,000 Cr Cost of the new airport


What’s new
At the Santacruz airport: The exteriors of Terminal 1B and Terminal 1A will be modified a bit while the interiors will be revamped completely (right). A new domestic terminal (Terminal 1C) will come up to connect 1B and 1A. (In brackets) A graphic of how Terminal 1C will look from outside

Domestic terminal
• Upgraded cargo complex
• Terminal 1A to have island check-in counters, which will be independent of airlines. This will facilitate multiple check-in and get rid of the queue system
• Check-in counters to increase from 26 to 54
• More baggage reclaim counters and conveyor belts


International terminal
• Integrated terminal to handle 4 cr passengers per year
• Upgraded air side facilities to handle more traffic
• Terminals 2B and 2C will be completely revamped, with 137 check-in counters, as compared to the current 99
• Check-in lounge for travellers with premium tickets
• New food courts and airline lounges

Road map for the airport
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Old December 23rd, 2007, 03:27 AM   #108
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Hi,

I haven't posted an update in 2 months!

Therefore, I've updated the First page of this thread with the following buildings:


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Added new rendering of Oberoi Skyz, Worli: two towers of 65 stories each


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Raheja Infocity I, Navi Mumbai: one tower of 60 stories, multiple towers 30-40 stories


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New Project! - Elphinstone Mills Tower, Mill Lands: 60 stories


~~~~~

Added new rendering of Orchid Views, Satrasta: two towers of 50 stories each


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New Project! - Ariisto Heaven I, Mulund (West): one tower of 45 stories, four towers of 40 stories each


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New Project! - Lodha Imperia, Bhandup: 45 stories


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Added new renderings of K. Raheja Project, Worli: 45 stories


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Added new rendering and corrected height information for Residence Antilia, Parel: 27 stories (due to increased floor heights has equivalent height of 42-storied tower)


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New Project! - Ariisto Heaven ||, Mulund (West): four towers of 40 stories each


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New Project! - Ariisto Heaven |||, Mulund (West): four towers of 40 stories each


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New Project! - PV Infrastructure Infotech Towers, Mumbai: six towers of 38 stories each


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Added new rendering and corrected height information for Ispat Tower, Pedder Road: 37 stories


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Added new renderings of Raheja One, Altamount Road: 36 storeys


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New Project! - Aquatica, Yari Road, Andheri: 35 stories


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New Project! - Ozone Tower, Byculla, Mumbai: 35 stories


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Added new rendering of Kalpataru Towers, Kandivali (East): 34 storeys


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Added new rendering of Sapphire Heights, Kandivali (East): three towers of 30 stories each


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New Project! - Bhoomi Oscar, Ghansoli: 27 stories


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New Project! - Swaraj Queensbay, Ghansoli: 27 stories


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New Project! - Rustomjee Elanza, Malad: three towers of 25 stories each


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New Project! - DLF Place, Parel: 25 stories


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New Project! - Stearling Tower, Mazgaon: 25 stories


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New Project! - Elegant Tower, Mumbai Central: 25 stories


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Old December 23rd, 2007, 01:45 PM   #109
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so many towers but I must say I am not really convinced by the design of most of them
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Old December 23rd, 2007, 07:09 PM   #110
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Old March 1st, 2008, 03:46 AM   #111
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I've updated the First page of this thread with the following buildings:

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Added new rendering and height information for Raheja Platinum, Mumbai: 80 stories


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New Project! - Waves, Worli: 80 stories


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New Project! - Jupiter Mills Tower, Mill Lands: 75 stories


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Added new rendering and height information for Spring Mills, Mill Lands: 60 stories


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New Project! - Raheja Metroplex, Mumbai: one tower of 42 stories, another of 25 stories


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New Project! - Raheja Exotica IV and V, Mumbai: three towers of 40 stories each


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New Project! - Raheja Solaris, Mumbai: 40 stories


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Added new rendering of Shangri-La Hotel, Phoenix Mills: 40 stories
Shangri-La Hotel, Phoenix Mills: 40 stories


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New Project! - Nirman Group Commercial Tower, Mumbai: 40 stories


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New Project! - Mantralaya Cottages, Nariman Point: nine towers of 30 stories each


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New Project! - Sunflower, Thane: three towers of 30 stories each


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New Project! - Gundecha Zenith, Mulund (West): two towers of 28 stories


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New Project! - Nirlon Knowledge Park Tower, Goregaon West: 28 stories


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New Project! - Raheja Richmond Park, Mumbai: several towers of up to 25 stories each


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New Project! - Emgee, Sewree: two towers of 25 stories each


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Old March 1st, 2008, 06:25 AM   #112
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aren't most of these projects still on paper or have construction begun for some of them???
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Old March 1st, 2008, 01:35 PM   #113
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Dude... construction is underway for most of them, especially the older projects. They can be seen in the pictures posted in the Mumbai Cityscapes thread in the India forum.

Before anyone asks, I barely have the time to compile new projects, much less construction pics, so please don't ask me to
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Old March 1st, 2008, 03:25 PM   #114
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Ok cool! was just wondering if they are under construction. But that's nice to hear that they are under construction.
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Old March 22nd, 2008, 08:24 AM   #115
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Can somebody post the Leaning Tower of India?
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Old March 22nd, 2008, 09:21 AM   #116
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edmunds, you've done nothing but troll during your entire time on this forum. So kindly shove it. Thanks.
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Old March 22nd, 2008, 01:05 PM   #117
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mumbai is in a skyscraper building bonanza quite surprised really of the quality of towers

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Old March 24th, 2008, 06:50 AM   #118
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Hey cool I like this one.

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Old March 24th, 2008, 06:39 PM   #119
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aaaallllll ggoooooodddddd.....but i reckon that mumbai's population is crazy...lots of big brains...it's the economic capital of india...everything is good enough to place mumbai inthe world's map...there are so many projects in mumbai and nowadays most of them are good....i was thinking why not any of the developers think bigger..as in they can start plannin about buildings like beyond all these above projects...maybe they can plan to build a downtown in the form of a tower...just like burj dubai...the planned 1000 metres sky tower in japan..the the vision to build xceed 4000 in japan...i think mumbai is fit for those type of project...good finacial status and good population...good demand....too many projects like those above might make them sordid and boring after some time....because i really think that there are too many good quality projects of the similar kind...thats why probably these type of projects will be no longer impressive after some time....just a thought just a suggestion...otherwise these projects in mumbai i would give double thumbs-up... : )
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Old March 26th, 2008, 09:24 PM   #120
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mumbai is in a skyscraper building bonanza quite surprised really of the quality of towers

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This is quite a collection
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