Nariman Point is set to get its tallest residential high-rise – a 40-storey tower – to house legislators. “This will be the tallest tower in Nariman Point. Currently, there are 32-35 storey buildings. Coupled with podium parking, the tower will be 41-42 storey,” said architect Shashi Prabhu, whose firm has prepared the design of the towers.
“The building will have over 800 rooms; it will have space for legislators, former legislators, and delegations,” he said. The two towers will be built with a floor space index (FSI) of 5.38. FSI is a proportion of the total construction to the plot.
According to a senior public works department official, each legislator will have about 1,000-sqft carpet accommodation, which will be divided in a two-bedroom apartment, in addition to an office space of about 300-350sqft. “The buildings will accommodate 288 MLAs and 78 MLCs. Currently, we have got the commencement certificate up to the plinth, with an approved FSI of 5.4. The total construction area of the project is 7.72 lakh sqft,” the official said, requesting anonymity.
The building will also have parking space for 500 cars, a business centre, clubhouse, gymnasium, medical centre, multi-functional hall, meeting rooms and podium garden.
The state will call for global tenders for the project which is expected to be completed in three years after it is awarded. The state has roped in Central government-owned National Buildings Construction Corporation(NBCC) India as project management consultant.
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