Construction has begun on the Prestige Liberty Towers, two 290m and 200m-tall structures designed by Dutch firm Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA).
The mixed-used complex in Mumbai’s Mahalaxmi district, the historic textile mill area in the city’s heart, was commissioned by Bangalore-based real estate firm Prestige Group.
The 270,000 sq m development will contain column-free office space with a five-storey retail podium at its foot containing a food court, restaurants, cinemas and a theatre, and a glazed atrium to bring in natural light.
Office floors contain 1,700 to 1,300 sq m of space, are 15m deep, can be divided into various layouts and will feature Indian black basalt and glass.
SOURCE: GLOBAL CONSTRUCTION REVIEW