Composed of 3 towers, uniquely curvilinear in shape, The World Towers forms a stunning sculpture of glass and steel. In its midst, World One soars 117 storeys – the tallest residential tower in the world. A powerful symbol of Mumbai's unfettered aspirations and unstoppable drive, The World Towers dominates and redefines the city’s skyline.
A magnificent 17-acre estate ensconced in the Golden Mile, the glittering stretch that comprises some of Mumbai’s finest residences, business spaces and luxury hotels, The World Towers embodies global standards in luxury. The Avenue, an elegant boulevard lined with palm trees, boasting the world’s most desirable retail brands and chic cafés, ushers you into a grand landscaped entrance courtyard extending over 100,000 sq. ft. Here, The World Towers soars into the sky, on a vast 5-acre podium that offers amongst the highest open space per resident in Mumbai.
At the heart of an elevated landscape – auspiciously close to the serene Jain temple – with World Crest and World One on either side, World View forms the centre of The World Towers trinity. At 79 storeys, it is one of the tallest buildings in the country. Naturally, the views are incredible. The tower's grand residences and villas afford glorious vistas of the Sea Link, the Mahalaxmi Race Course, endless cityscapes, the 5-acre podium greens, and the soothing dancing fountains in the central courtyard. Discover what it's like to live on top of the world.
The third and final tower combines iconic architecture with generous, pleasing apartment layouts. Like World Crest and World One, this tower has a distinctive cloverleaf footprint and a sinuous, silver aluminium façade. While it is a thing of beauty, it's also a feat of engineering: a masterpiece of high-performance insulating glass, design that enables self-shading and cross ventilation, and a range of efficient mechanical and electrical systems for heightened sustainability. The tower's curvilinear exterior also shapes the living spaces within; most notably the curved sun decks with sweeping, panoramic views.