Ahmedabad’s skyline will soon have a regal appearance due to the approval of two more buildings. The 145-metre and 138.95-metre tall skyscrapers on the SG highway are claimed to have received approval from the state urban development department.
The 42-floor Titanium World Tower, which rises to a height of 142 metres, will be built in the Bodakdev neighbourhood of TP51 FP-4/86. It will be a 309-unit commercial building. The 138.95-metre-tall Mondeal Towers, which will also be built in the Bodakdev neighbourhood in TP 50 FP117, will feature 35 storeys above ground. With this, the state will have at least 10 skyscrapers.
In Ahmedabad, there are two skyscrapers that also have received approval. The first is near Science City, while the second is on the SG motorway. According to a senior member of the state urban planning agency, the SG highway is quickly becoming the city’s commercial centre. Giving approval to skyscrapers is not hampered by the distance from the international airport.
The metropolitan skyline is already dotted with a number of 70-metre-tall homes and businesses, but some upcoming projects will be nearly twice as tall. In five cities—Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Surat, Rajkot, and Gandhinagar—the state government has enacted special regulations for skyscrapers. In Surat, a 105.30-metre-tall structure with 27 stories will soon be constructed.
The structure will house the central and state governments’ administrative workers. It will be the state’s tallest government structure.
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