If an apartment on the 117th floor that overlooks the Arabian Sea and offers you a panoramic view of Mumbai is your idea of luxury, then these residences designed by none other than world-renowned Giorgio Armani are just what you were looking for.
That’s not all – there’s also a private cricket pitch, an observation deck at 1,200 ft, a spa in the apartment complex and two custom-built Rolls Royce sedans available for you on a time-sharing basis.
The World One Tower, when completed in 2016, is touted to be the tallest residential skyscraper in the world at 1450 ft. New York’s 432 Park Avenue is 1,396 ft high and is the tallest tower till date. The World One Tower with 117 floors, is spread across 17 acres and is located in Upper Worli. It will have luxurious World Residences, opulent World Villas and a few World Mansions. The Villas and the Mansions will be located on the top floors of the tower.
But luxury such as this comes with a huge price tag. In case you are planning to buy a unit in The World One Tower, better cross-check how many zeroes there are in Rs. 100 crore!
The 3BHK and 4BHK apartments will cost between Rs. 15 crore to Rs. 20 crore. These are expected to soar upward of Rs. 100 crore for the World Villas and World Mansions, depending on the floor these will be located in.
Besides Armani/Casa, many other top-end companies & brands from across the globe have been brought under one roof to create this exclusive tower, from the architecture, structural engineering, hospitality services to various other amenities. There is even a concierge service for the residents!
“World One is an architectural marvel, it will be the world’s tallest residential tower and it will place Mumbai among the rank of extraordinary global cities with iconic landmarks. We are committed to providing World Residents' excellence at every level of luxury living and we intend to ensure that every single element respects the highest standards of aesthetic experience” says Abhinandan Lodha, deputy managing director, Lodha Group.
Nearly 75 per cent of the civil construction has been completed. The company is targeting both the NRIs and the domestic clientele for the project.