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Old October 6th, 2006, 10:04 PM   #41
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Good god the scale of some of this stuff is unreal!
Can anybody tell me what he wants to say? I did not understand this line.
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Old October 7th, 2006, 06:40 AM   #42
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I mean there's just so much of it!

And not just in Hyderabad, in all the cities in India. I just happened to make that comment in this thread.
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Old November 4th, 2006, 02:20 AM   #43
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Old January 3rd, 2007, 02:18 AM   #44
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http://www.deccan.com/home/homedetai...20city%20tower
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Hyderabad, Jan. 2: The Andhra Pradesh Industrial Infrastructure Corporation (APIIC) has decided not to collect the Rs 582 crore upfront cost of land from the prospective bidder of the proposed 100-storied trade tower and business district in city outskirts. The decision will relieve the executing agency from making a heavy initial investment on the land. The APIIC fears that the prospect of making a large investment on land may discourage bidders, throwing the very project into jeopardy. The 100-storied trade tower and business district is proposed to be built on a 97 acre site.

Official sources told this correspondent that the corporation had finalised the financial, commercial and contractual mode for the project according to which it will have 11 per cent equity in the Special Purpose Vehicle which executes the project. The APIIC has asked all the 10 short-listed companies DLF, L&T, Emaar, Reliance Energy, Shapurji Pallonji with India Bulls consortium, two US-based consortiums (Tishman Speyer India Master Fund in collaboration with ICICI and Nagarjuna Construction Company; and Vornado Realty Trust with TCG Urban Infrastructure Holding) and one each from Israel (Elbit), Mauritius (in consortium with Mantri Developers) and Malaysia (Gamuda Berhad), to submit their Request For Proposal before February 28.

“The ultimate objective is to ground the project and complete it to give a new landmark to city,” a senior official said. The APIIC has divided the project into three phases. The trade tower would be taken up first on 30 acres and would completed in four years. The remaining business district will be developed in two phases — on 30 acres and 37 acres respectively based on the progress of each phase.

“But the bidder has to quote his price above the minimum bid price of Rs 6 crores for all the 97 acres and make payments in a phased manner. Before the full payment is made, the bidder would issue debentures and pay interest,” the official said. The bidder will be asked to make the differential rate of minimum bid and actual bid price before start of the project. The APIIC also decided to give 30 per cent weightage to development management proposal and the remaining to commercial offer. “The commercial bid will be opened only if the companies qualify in the development and management proposal bid,” the official said.

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Old April 4th, 2007, 12:10 AM   #45
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http://www.business-standard.com/gen...?autono=279868
ICICI to set up back office operations for South in Hyd
BS Reporter / Chennai/ Hyderabad April 04, 2007

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The ICICI Bank will be locating the back office operations of the Southern region of the country in Hyderabad Financial District, K V Kamath, managing director, said here today. The bank is constructing a 28-storied centre in the district at an investment of Rs 1,500 crore. Kamath today met chief minister YS Rajasekhara Reddy and informed him about the bank's plans in this regard.

The bank's Hyderabad facility, coming up in 8 acres, will accommodate 25,000 employees and is expected to provide indirect employment to nearly one lakh people, according to BP Acharya, vice-chairman & managing director of Andhra Pradesh Industrial Infrastructure Corporation (APIIC), who accompanied Kamath to the chief minister.

While Rs 1,000 crore is being spent on civil construction, another Rs 500 crore has been proposed to be spent on the interiors of the skyscraper, he said. The company performed the ground breaking ceremony for the building in February 2007. The entire building is expected to be completed by December 2008.
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Old April 4th, 2007, 12:35 AM   #46
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The magic number 28.

#1. ICICI Centre Tower 28F @Financial District Manchirevula u/c in 8 acres. (Apr 2007 - Dec 2008)
#2. Integrated Bus Terminus 28F Twin Towers in 10+ acres @Sec-bad (2007 - 2009)
#3. GS Gupta Urban Center 28F @Basheerbagh (2007 - 2009)

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Old April 17th, 2007, 02:13 AM   #47
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Ambani, Israel in race for city tower
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Hyderabad, April 16: Anil Ambani’s Reliance Energy and an Israeli construction giant are in the race for the prestigious 100-storied tower that is to come up at Manchirevula on the city outskirts. A consortium of Reliance Energy and Shoba Developers of Bangalore, and the real estate wing of Israel-based Elbit Medical Imaging submitted technical bids for the project on Monday. Sources said that though Elbit bid on its own, Indu Projects, a local developer, will join it in executing the project. In all, 10 companies including Emaar and DLF were pre-qualified for the bid but only two firms submitted bids.

Andhra Pradesh Industrial Infrastructure Corporation (APIIC) managing director B.P. Acharya said that noted architect Hafeez Contractor would evaluate the designs submitted by the companies. “The financial bid will be opened within a month, after the technical bids are evaluated,” he said. APIIC had quoted Rs 6 crores per acre as the upset bid price for the 76 acres. The big tower would be developed in 30 acres in the first phase. It is estimated that about 20 lakh square feet built up area would be made available in the first phase of which the tower will have 10-12 lakh sq ft. Each floor is likely to have 15,000 sq ft. The bidders have proposed that a few more towers with 20 to 30 floors should be built around the big tower. Mr Acharya said that there were no restrictions on the use of space. “It can be utilised for IT, non-IT or even for hotels,” he pointed out.

However, trade circles view the whole bid with scepticism and point out that the two companies were in it only for the name and fame. “Each wants to be known as the company which built the tallest tower,” said a developer...
cool. there are at least two serious players on the field and we can expect yet another super-highrise ...

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Old April 25th, 2007, 03:13 AM   #48
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Building Name ============= Location ==== Floors == Status
Taj Krishna =============== Banjara Hills ==== 11 == Existing
Babukhan Estate =========== Basheerbagh === 16 == Existing
Gagan Vihar ============== Nampally ====== 14 == Existing
Hill ridge springs =========== Gachibowli ===== 14 == Existing
Aliens Space Station ======== Tellapur ====== 30 == Under Construction
ICICI tower =============== Nanakramguda = 28 == Under Construction
APIIC Twin towers ========== Manchirevula == 60 == Proposed
Lanco hills - Residential ====== Manikonda ==== 30 == Proposed
Lanco hills - Signature tower == Manikonda ==== 90 == Proposed
Aliens Space Station... located in the skyscraper zone of Tellapur. The project covers an expanse of over 19 acres and the apartment complex will house 1000 units with 7 buildings consisting of 30 floors.
City based GS group of companies is planning a 60 storied skyscraper.

http://www.cyberabadtimes.net/2007/0...ew-heights.asp

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Old April 25th, 2007, 08:40 AM   #49
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wow!! that's an impressive list!!

Go HYD!!
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Old April 26th, 2007, 05:23 PM   #50
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Looks like the 30F is the tallest thats u/c. I dont see how Hyd can leap from 30 to 90f-100f. it remains to be seen.
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Old April 26th, 2007, 05:45 PM   #51
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Looks like the 30F is the tallest thats u/c. I dont see how Hyd can leap from 30 to 90f-100f. it remains to be seen.
Yeah ..Aliens ( 30f) and ICICI ( 28) are the ones under construction to be completed by dec 2008....I have my doubts on the super talls that are being visioned
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Old April 26th, 2007, 06:53 PM   #52
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http://www.cyberabadtimes.net/2007/0...ew-heights.asp
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...City based GS group of companies is planning a 60 storied skyscraper. According to their plans the tower will cater to different customers. The first, second and third floors will be taken up by shops. The fourth, fifth and sixth floors will be lent for trade fairs and conventions. From there up to the tenth floor will have multiplexes. Above that, space up to the 40th floor will be leased out to multinationals. The tower will also boast of five-star hotels from the 40th floor to the 59th floor. As the crowning glory, the 60th floor will have a revolving restaurant...
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Old April 26th, 2007, 09:18 PM   #54
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Hyderabad is not ready for a 100 floor tower.

Mumbai (the capital of skycrapers in India) still does not have a tower above 60 floors yet....although some towers are under construction.

Anything above 70 floors is yet to be seen built anywhere in India, whether in Hyderabad or Mumbai - Delhi.

Watch this space!
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Old April 28th, 2007, 03:44 AM   #55
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Agreed. First Hyd should plan a 50F tower & see if it gets occupied to the top without. I think 100F will be vacant for years. Hyd is just not a vertical city. Anything above 20F will have hard time getting occupied.

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Hyderabad is not ready for a 100 floor tower.

Mumbai (the capital of skycrapers in India) still does not have a tower above 60 floors yet....although some towers are under construction.

Anything above 70 floors is yet to be seen built anywhere in India, whether in Hyderabad or Mumbai - Delhi.

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Old April 28th, 2007, 08:54 AM   #56
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Agreed. First Hyd should plan a 50F tower & see if it gets occupied to the top without. I think 100F will be vacant for years. Hyd is just not a vertical city. Anything above 20F will have hard time getting occupied.
why this obsession with the skyscrapers?who is going to occupy the huge space in the very tall structures?It will be sheer waste of money.Despite that if the promoter/investor goes ahead with tall skyscrapers it will be suicidal.
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Old April 28th, 2007, 05:01 PM   #57
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Dude...it's so they can save land for farms and road transport etc. It's important, esp. in a country like India due to the population density (328ppl/sq. km, or almost the same as Japan, and btw it's still growing).
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Old April 28th, 2007, 08:40 PM   #58
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absolutely - every single one of our cities needs to grow vertically.. kudos to HYD for taking the lead ( well, after Mumbai at any rate.. )
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Old May 1st, 2007, 06:14 PM   #59
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Anyone has pictures of recent fabcity or GMR Airport construction....Please post them..
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Old May 2nd, 2007, 12:00 AM   #60
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ICICI's 28 storey tower will be the beginning. after that, we can def expect a 40 storety tower for residential, commercial, IT and office space.
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