Wednesday, February 1, 2012
Got 50 crores? Consider Armani apartment in Mumbai
The World Towers project is reportedly worth Rs. 2000 crore. There will be two towers- --World One with 117 floors and the World Crest, which will be soaring over 700 ft. "The World One Towers is an all-encompassing undertaking that transforms our notions of architecture and technology, and is geared to create a new, highest-possible aesthetic experience. From furniture to the finishes, has been designed to provide intimacy and create a sense of relaxation," Armani-Casa managing director Fabrice Gouffran said.
Abhishek Lodha said bookings have already started and nearly 60 percent of the apartments have been sold so far. "Even though we talk about a slow down in demand in the real estate sector, we are receiving good response for the project," he said. The World One Tower, which will come up on the 17-acre plot of the defunct Shrinivas Mills at Lower Parel, which the Lodhas bought nearly five-years ago, will house three and four bedroom residences, lavish villas with private pools and some super-luxurious duplex flats.
Once completed, the 117-storey tower will be close to a kilometre tall, dwarfing the present tallest residential tower, Queensland Number One, in Australia that has a height of 323 metres.