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Noida’s highrise buildings set to break new ground

Darpan Singh, Hindustan Times  Noida, December 01, 2011
First Published: 00:17 IST(1/12/2011) | Last Updated: 01:47 IST(1/12/2011)

Noida will soon have some of the tallest buildings in India.

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Supertech on Wednesday unveiled its plan to build a 300-metre, 80-floor mixed-use tower (Spira) in Sector 94.

This comes after the realty major in March, launched a 255-metre-tall and 60-floor residential tower named North Eye in Sector-74.

High-rise construction specialist BE Billimoria has been given the contract for the tallest residential building in North India. The foundation work is complete.

The builder claimed Spira would be the tallest mixed-use tower in India. Apart from luxury flats, there will also be some big-ticket commercial activities such as five-star hotels and retail chains. RK Arora of Supertech said, “We have got clearance from the Airports Authority of India (AAI), the fire department and the Noida authority.”http://www.hindustantimes.com/images/HTPopups/011211/01-12-pg4b.jpg

The project, spread in an area of 70,000 sqm with a built up area of 50 lakh sqft, will cost Rs. 2,000 crore and will be completed in four years in three phases. “The layout has been approved by the IIT too. Spira is one of the five towers to be built under Supertech's project Supernova in Sector 94 at Delhi-Noida border,” said Arora.

The Noida authority will also have its new office in a 42-storey building on a 17,000 sqm plot in Sector 44.

The authority in 2007 approved a 32-floor, 105-metre residential tower being built by Assotech Group in Sector 44.

Design Arch in Sector Zeta launched greater Noida’s tallest residential building project with 24 floors in 2008.


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