1973 Worli

Mumbai, India

Client: Omkar Realtors and Developers
Building Type: Luxury Residential
Area: 300,000 m² + Parking
Height: 300m (80 storeys)
Project Status: Under construction

 

This supertall residential project, reaching up to 325m in height, is situated on a prime site in Worli, South Mumbai close to the seafront. The development comprises three towers, originally envisaged as two residential towers plus a third mixed use hotel and office tower, though the brief was later modified during the Schematic Design Stage to an all residential project.

The three towers sit on a 14-storey podium, plus three basement levels containing public and resident parking. Luxury amenities adorn the upper levels of the podium, including spa, gym, running track, sports courts, swimming pools, private cinema and library. Residential units vary in size from 150m2 three bedroom apartments to very large triplex penthouses of up to1800m2 located on the upper levels of the towers.

All apartments benefit from panoramic sea views towards the Arabian Sea and Mumbai Harbour. Larger apartments benefit from captive high speed lifts, transporting residents and their guests from the entrance lobbies directly into their apartments, while Tower 3 will boast the highest restaurant and VIP lounge in Mumbai at 285m.

Originally designed by Foster + Partners - responsible for the design from Concept up until Detail Design stage (led by UHA Director Ricardo Mateu, formerly the Partner in charge of the project at Foster + Partners) - UHA were later appointed to act as Executive Architect, progressing the design through the Construction Documentation and Construction Administration stages, and were responsible for coordination of all disciplines as well as aesthetic supervision during construction. The project is at an advanced stage of construction on site, with the towers clearly visible from the Bandra-Worli Sealink.

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Team

 

Design Architect: Foster + Partners
Executive Architect: UHA London
Structure: Buro Happold
MEP: Buro Happold
Interiors: Hirsch Bedner
Landscape: LDA Design
Lighting: DHA Design
Facade: Buro Happold
Lift Consultant: Lerch Bates