Kohinoor Corporate Office, Senapati Bapat Marg, Dadar (W), Mumbai, Maharashtra, INDIA
Projects in Mumbai
Kohinoor CTNL Infrastructure Co Pvt Ltd has launched yet another Project in Mumbai. Kohinoor Square is located in N.C.Kelkar Marg, R.G. Gadkari Chowk, Shivaji Park, Dadar West, Mumbai, Maharashtra, INDIA. Kohinoor Group has launched a high rise mixed use developement project, Kohinoor Square which is spread across 4.8 acres and strategically located at Dadar. The project will be operational by December 2013. The project is well connected to Dadar railway station and is also very close to western and eastern expressways. The project is also close to Bandra-Worli sea link and both the expressways from where denizens can commute easily. Kohinoor Square is one and only mixed used development in Mumbai comprises of 40 floors of commercial space, about 64 residential apartment units and 40,000 sqft of retail space. The price per squre feet of commercial space is Rs 30,000 and Rs 60,000 per square feet for useable carpet area for residential spaces. The project of Kohinoor Group is specially designed and marketed for a select set of customers. It offers beautiful panoramic views of the Northern Suburbs, the Eastern Port, the Arabian Sea and South Mumbai. The residential project is mainly targetting business biggies and HNIs. The project comprises of a 203 â€“ metre tall 52 storey commercial building which is about to get completed. Kohinoor Square has been certified as the tallest commercial tower in India by the Council for Tall Buildings and Urban Habitats (CTBUH) as per October 31, 2012. The project is designed by Gkkworks (USA) and SSA Architects. It also has a flagship luxury hotel which rests atop its commercial tower. Kohinoor Square is devised to offer a mix of high street galleria, gourmet food, luxury offices, magnificent residences and dinning spaces. The company has used double glazed reflective glass facades to have a green building and reduce the heat from coming in but let in natural light, which will reduce the electricity consumption by 25 percent.