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Imperial Towers


Height: 249m
Location: Mumbai
Year: 0
Imperial Towers

Ponte City Apartments


Height: 173m
Location: Johannesburg
Year: 1975
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Imperial Towers

Imperial Towers
Imperial Towers
Height249m
Floors0
Year0
CityMumbai

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The Imperial a modernist style building designed by Architect Hafeez Contracter is a twin-tower ultra luxury residential skyscraper complex in the billionaires row of Mumbai, India which is one of the tallest completed buildings in India. In 2010 its construction was completed and the towers were inaugurated. It is home to influential individuals like Axis Bank CEO Shikha Sharma, HDFC chairman Deepak Parekh's son, senior lawyer Satish Maneshinde, The Daga Family of Betul Oil Ltd. and senior management executives of US private equity fund Blackstone.

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Ponte City Apartments

Ponte City Apartments
Ponte City Apartments
Height173m
Floors54
Year1975
CityJohannesburg

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Ponte City is a skyscraper at the Berea Area of Johannesburg, South Africa, just next to Hillbrow.

It was developed in 1975 to a height of 173 m (567.6 ft), which makes it the tallest residential skyscraper in Africa. The 55-story building is cylindrical, with an open centre allowing additional light to the apartments. The centre space is known as'the core' and rises above an uneven rock floor. When built, Ponte City was seen as an extremely desirable address due to its views over all of Johannesburg and its environment. The neon sign on top of the building is the largest sign from the southern hemisphere and advertised for the Coca-Cola Company prior to 2000. It now advertises the South African mobile phone company Vodacom.

Source: Wikipedia