The World Tower Mumbai is a bunch of three supertall skyscrapers in the skyline of central Mumbai by the Lodha Group. It is a residential development located in Lower Parel, South Mumbai, India. It is a mixed-use development situated on a 17.5-acre site of the defunct Shrinivas Mill. The project consisted of three sky-high towers namely, World One, World View, and World Crest. For making the three towers, there were two civil contractors that were involved, namely, Arabian Construction Co. and Simplex for the World One tower and Muscovite Group for the World Crest and World View towers.
Out of all the three towers World One stands at a height of about 280.2 meters which is around 919 feet. It was designed by the architecture firm Pei Cobb Freed & Partners, along with the civil engineering firm Leslie E. Robertson Associates. The World View Tower is around 285 meters and the World Crest is around 223 meters.
The real estate giant Lodha Group wanted to bring the citizens of India one of the finest living experiences in the form of the World Towers Mumbai. They wanted the tower to resonate with aristocracy and luxury living. Every nook and corner of the tower is filled with spectacular opulence with the most exquisite apartments. The towers are adorned with beautiful courtyards, pools, and gardens. It also consists of a 5-level clubhouse, a spa and fitness center, an open-air sports arena, and decks that provide the most amazing views of Mumbai.
The main idea behind the creation of the World Tower Mumbai was to create a space that resonates with the vibe of South Mumbai. The towers have a unique curvilinear shape and are made with a combination of glass and steel. The structure is a modern design with functionality being the driving force while creating the design. The apartments inside the towers are beautifully designed with balconies that offer the best views of the city.
Because of its amazing location, the World Tower Mumbai provides easy access to the best amenities one can possibly find in India such as a 2-acre sports arena, art lounges, and a library. The Lodha Place Park which is a public park is located to the left of the tower, while the finest restaurants of Mumbai are located on its right. The towers offer a lifestyle that not many people can afford and are built to resonate with the crowd of people who can afford such luxurious living.