List of tallest buildings in India

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Tallest buildings[edit]

This list ranks India's tallest buildings of at least 190 metres (623 ft). It includes spires and architectural details, but excludes antenna masts. Only completed buildings and under-construction buildings that have been architecturally topped out are listed.

Sr No Name City Image Height Floors Year Building type
1[1] The 42 Kolkata Tallest building of india 268 metres (879 ft) 65 2019 Residential
2 The Imperial Mumbai The Imperial Towers SP.jpg Tower 1 & 2: 256 metres (840 ft) Tower 1 & 2: 60 2010[2] Residential
3 Three Sixty West Tower A[3] Mumbai 255.6 metres (839 ft) 52 2019 Commercial
4 Ahuja Towers Mumbai 248.5 metres (815 ft) 54 2014[4][5] Residential
5 One Avighna Park[6][7] Mumbai One Avighna Park 1111.jpg 247 metres (810 ft) 64 2017 Residential
6 Auris Serenity Tower 1[8][9] Mumbai 235 metres (771 ft) 69 2018 Residential
6 Auris Serenity Tower 2[10][9] Mumbai 235 metres (771 ft) 69 2019 Residential
8 Two ICC[11][12] Mumbai 223.2 metres (732 ft) 68 2018 Residential
9 World Crest Mumbai 222.5 metres (730 ft) 57 2014[13] Residential
10 Indiabulls Sky Blu[14] Mumbai 220.5 metres (723 ft) 56 2019
11 Lodha Venezia A[15][16] Mumbai 213.5 metres (700 ft) 68 2017 Residential
12 Kohinoor Square Tower A[17] Mumbai Kohinoor Square Main Building.jpg 203.1 metres (666 ft) 48 2019 Mixed Use
13 One ICC[18] Mumbai 197.6 metres (648 ft) 61 2018 Residential
14 Lodha Bellissimo Tower 1[19][20] Mumbai 197.5 metres (648 ft) 53 2012 Residential
14 Lodha Bellissimo Tower 2[19][20] Mumbai 197.5 metres (648 ft) 48 2012 Residential
16 Raheja Revanta[21] Gurgaon(Delhi) 195 metres (640 ft) 57 2013 Residential
16 Lodha Altamount[22] Mumbai Altamount.png 195 metres (640 ft) 43 2018[23] Residential
18 Raheja Vivarea 1[24] Mumbai 193.8 metres (636 ft) 42 2012 Residential
18 Raheja Vivarea 2[24] Mumbai 193.8 metres (636 ft) 42 2012 Residential
18 Raheja Vivarea 3[24] Mumbai 193.8 metres (636 ft) 42 2012 Residential
18 Raheja Vivarea 4[24] Mumbai 193.8 metres (636 ft) 42 2018 Residential
22 Ashok Towers D Mumbai 193 metres (633 ft) 49 2009[25][26] Residential
23 The Ruby Mumbai 191 metres (627 ft) 40 2011[27] Commercial
24 Orchid Woods 1[28] Mumbai 190 metres (623 ft) 58 2012 Residential
24 Orchid Woods 2[28] Mumbai 190 metres (623 ft) 58 2012 Residential
24 Orchid Woods 3[28] Mumbai 190 metres (623 ft) 58 2012 Residential
- L&T Crescent Bay A[29][30] Mumbai ? 62 2018 Residential
- Omkar Alta Monte Tower C[31] Mumbai ? 58 2019[32] Residential
- L&T Crescent Bay B[33][30] Mumbai ? 57 2018 Residential
- L&T Crescent Bay C[34][30] Mumbai ? 54 2018 Residential
- Lodha Primero Mumbai ? 52 2014[35][36] Residential
- Indiabulls Sky[37][38] Mumbai ? 48 2016 Residential

Tallest under construction[edit]

This lists ranks buildings that are under construction in India are planned to rise at least 200 metres (656 ft) or 65 floors tall. Buildings that are only approved, on hold or proposed are not included in this table.

Name Locale Height Floors Expected year of completion
Three Sixty West Tower B[39] Mumbai 361.2 metres (1,185 ft) 90 ?
Sky link Tower 1 Mumbai 301 metres (988 ft) 85 2020[40]
Sky link Tower 2 Mumbai 301 metres (988 ft) 85 2020[40]
Supertech Supernova Spira[41] Noida 300 metres (984 ft) 80 2019
Lokhandwala Minerva[42][43] Mumbai 296.2 metres (972 ft) 90 ?
World View[44] Mumbai 291 metres (955 ft) 82 ?
Indiabulls Sky Suites[45] Mumbai 291 metres (955 ft) 75 ?[46]
Indiabulls Sky Forest[47] Mumbai 281 metres (922 ft) 80 ?[48][49]
Piramal Aryana Tower A[50] Mumbai 280.7 metres (921 ft) 69 2021
Orchid Heights 1 Mumbai 274 metres (899 ft) 63 ?[51][52]
Satellite Group Sesen[53] Mumbai 270 metres (886 ft) 67 2020
Lodha The Park 1[54] Mumbai 268 metres (879 ft) 78 2019[55]
Lodha The Park 2[54] Mumbai 268 metres (879 ft) 78 2019[55]
Lodha The Park 3[54] Mumbai 268 metres (879 ft) 78 2019[55]
Lodha The Park 4[54] Mumbai 268 metres (879 ft) 78 2019[55]
Lodha The Park 5[54] Mumbai 268 metres (879 ft)} 78 2019[55]
Omkar 1973 Tower A[56][32] Mumbai 267 metres (876 ft) 67 2019
Omkar 1973 Tower B[56][32] Mumbai 267 metres (876 ft) 67 2019
Nathani Heights[57][58] Mumbai 262 metres (860 ft) 72 2019
Supertech North Eye[59] Noida 255 metres (837 ft) 55 2019
Lodha Trump Tower[60] Mumbai 243.9 metres (800 ft) 77 2020[61]
Wadhwa Address by the Bay A[citation needed] Mumbai 240 metres (787 ft) 65 2020
Wadhwa Address by the Bay B[citation needed] Mumbai 240 metres (787 ft) 65 2020
Kalpataru Elan[citation needed] Mumbai 235 metres (771 ft) 66 2020
Godrej Sky[citation needed] Mumbai 235 metres (771 ft) 66 2020[62]
Piramal Aryana Tower B[citation needed] Mumbai 235 metres (771 ft) 70 2019[63]
Celestia Spaces Wing A Mumbai 235 metres (771 ft) 58 2019[64]
Celestia Spaces Wing B Mumbai 235 metres (771 ft) 58 2019[64]
Artesia Mumbai 227 metres (745 ft) 49 2019
Richa Park Marina Mumbai 227 metres (745 ft) 62 2019
Island City Centre 1 Mumbai 227 metres (745 ft) 67 2019[12]
Omkar Alta Monte Tower B[65] Mumbai 218 metres (715 ft) 65 2019[32]
Four Seasons Private Residences & Apartment Tower 2 Mumbai 210 metres (689 ft) 51 2020[66]
RNA Metropolis 1 Mumbai 210 metres (689 ft) 67 2020
RNA Metropolis 2 Mumbai 210 metres (689 ft) 67 2020
Oberoi Sky City Tower A[51][67] Mumbai 210 metres (689 ft) 67 2022
Oberoi Sky City Tower B[51][67] Mumbai 210 metres (689 ft) 67 2022
Oberoi Sky City Tower C[51][67] Mumbai 210 metres (689 ft) 67 2022
Oberoi Sky City Tower D[51][67] Mumbai 210 metres (689 ft) 67 2022
Summer Trinity Vertical Mumbai 208 metres (682 ft) 56 2019
Discovery Offices[68]

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Mumbai 205 metres (673 ft) 50 2020
Shana Sion Tower A Mumbai 205 metres (673 ft) 60 2020
Shana Sion Tower B Mumbai 205 metres (673 ft) 60 2020
Shana Sion Tower C Mumbai 205 metres (673 ft) 60 2020
Kalpataru Avana Tower A Mumbai 205 metres (673 ft) 60 2019
Kalpataru Avana Tower B Mumbai 205 metres (673 ft) 60 2019
SD Epsilon Tower A Mumbai 205 metres (673 ft) 64 2020[70]
SD Epsilon Tower B Mumbai 205 metres (673 ft) 64 2020[70]
SD Epsilon Tower C Mumbai 205 metres (673 ft) 64 2020[70]
SD Astron Tower A Mumbai 205 metres (673 ft) 64 2020[70]
SD Astron Tower B Mumbai 205 metres (673 ft) 64 2020[70]
SD Astron Tower C Mumbai 205 metres (673 ft) 64 2020[70]
Rubberwala Eon Mumbai 205 metres (673 ft) 56 2020
Raheja Imperia Mumbai 204 metres (669 ft) 60 2021[71]
The Imperial Edge Mumbai 204 metres (669 ft) 50 2019[72]
Orchid Heights 2[51] Mumbai 201 metres (659 ft) 49 ?[52]
Bhandary Vertica[citation needed] Mangalore 200 metres (656 ft) 56 2019[73]
Oberoi Eternia A Mumbai 200 metres (656 ft) 67 2019[74]
Oberoi Eternia B Mumbai 200 metres (656 ft) 67 2019[74]
Oberoi Eternia C Mumbai 200 metres (656 ft) 67 2019[74]
Oberoi Eternia D Mumbai 200 metres (656 ft) 67 2019[74]
Oberoi Enigma A Mumbai 200 metres (656 ft) 67 2019[74]
Oberoi Enigma B Mumbai 200 metres (656 ft) 67 2019[74]
Vivarea 5 Mumbai 200 metres (656 ft) 49 2021
SD Alpine Tower A Mumbai 200 metres (656 ft) 63 2020[67]
SD Alpine Tower A Mumbai 200 metres (656 ft) 63 2020[67]
Shana Ramtekdi Mumbai 200 metres (656 ft) 50 2021
Shana Ramtekdi Mumbai 200 metres (656 ft) 50 2021
Peninsula Salsette Tower A Mumbai 200 metres (656 ft) 52 2021[75]
Peninsula Salsette Tower B Mumbai 200 metres (656 ft) 52 2021[75]
Marathon Monte South Wing A Mumbai 200 metres (656 ft) 60 2020

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Marathon Monte South Wing B Mumbai 200 metres (656 ft) 60 2020

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Ruparel Ariana[78] Mumbai ? 73 2019
Orchid Crown C[79] Mumbai 72 2019[80]
Oberoi Sky City Tower E[51][67] Mumbai ? 69 2022
Orchid Crown B[79] Mumbai 68 2019[80]
Orchid Crown A[79] Mumbai 68 2019[80]
Century IT Park[81][82] Mumbai ? 59 ?

Proposed, approved, or on hold[edit]

On hold[edit]

This list ranks buildings that were once under construction and are now on hold and are planned to rise at least 190 m (620 ft) or 40 floors tall.

Name City Planned Height Floors Remarks
World One[83][84][85][86] Mumbai 442 metres (1,450 ft) 117
Orchid Turf View 1 Mumbai 350 metres (1,148 ft) 76
Orchid Turf View 2 Mumbai 350 metres (1,148 ft) 76
Palais Royale[87] Mumbai 320 metres (1,050 ft) 70 Structurally Topped Out[88]
Namaste Tower Mumbai 316 metres (1,037 ft) 63
Century IT Park Mumbai 300 metres (984 ft) 59
W Hotel Yamunotri Noida 288 metres (945 ft) 63
Omkar 1973 Tower C[56][32] Mumbai 267 metres (876 ft) 67
Trump Aerial Tower Mumbai 253 metres (830 ft) 70
Orchid Enclave[89] Mumbai 210 metres (689 ft) 52
Kohinoor Square Mumbai 203 metres (666 ft) 52 [90]
Orchid Views 1 Mumbai 56
Orchid Views 2 Mumbai 56
Altimo Mumbai 46 2014[citation needed]
Aversekar Ocean View Mumbai 40
Orbit Laburnum Mumbai 40 [91]
Bhoomi Celestia 1 Mumbai 40 [92]
Bhoomi Celestia 2 Mumbai 40 [92]

Proposed or approved[edit]

This list ranks buildings that are approved or proposed and are planned to rise at least 200 m (660 ft) or 50 floors tall.

Name Status City Planned height Floors
Bengaluru Turf Tower Approved Bengaluru 660 metres (2,165 ft) 156
Lanco Hills Signature Tower Proposed Hyderabad 604 metres (1,982 ft) 112[93]
Lodha Project Wadala Proposed Mumbai 530 metres (1,739 ft) 101[94]
Joyus Housing Proposed Mumbai 486 metres (1,594 ft) 125[95][96][97]
APIIC Tower Approved Hyderabad 450 metres (1,476 ft) 100[98]
Raheja Imperia Proposed Mumbai 421 metres (1,381 ft) 85
GIFT Diamond Tower – 1 Approved Ahmedabad 410 metres (1,345 ft) 86[99][100][101]
Shreepati Garden Tower 1 Approved Mumbai 400 metres (1,312 ft) 110[102]
Shreepati Garden Tower 2 Approved Mumbai 400 metres (1,312 ft) 110[102]
Celestia Spaces 1 Proposed Mumbai 400 metres (1,312 ft) 80[103]
Celestia Spaces 2 Proposed Mumbai 400 metres (1,312 ft) 80[103]
Celestia Spaces 3 Proposed Mumbai 400 metres (1,312 ft) 80[103]
Celestia Spaces 4 Proposed Mumbai 400 metres (1,312 ft) 80[103]
Celestia Spaces 5 Proposed Mumbai 400 metres (1,312 ft) 80[103]
Celestia Spaces 6 Proposed Mumbai 400 metres (1,312 ft) 80[103]
Celestia Spaces 7 Proposed Mumbai 400 metres (1,312 ft) 80[103]
Celestia Spaces 8 Proposed Mumbai 400 metres (1,312 ft) 80[103]
Asta Vibrant Towers Approved Bengaluru 390 metres (1,280 ft) 90
Four Seasons Hotel Tower 2 Proposed Mumbai 355 metres (1,165 ft) 71
Gateway Towers 1 Approved Gandhinagar 362 metres (1,188 ft) 70
Gateway Towers 2 Approved Gandhinagar 362 metres (1,188 ft) 70
The Imperial 3[104][105] Approved Mumbai 355 metres (1,165 ft) 70
Matru Mandir Proposed Mumbai 325 metres (1,066 ft) 100[106]
India International Trade Center Proposed Mumbai 320 metres (1,050 ft) 72
Shreepati Skies Approved Mumbai 301 metres (988 ft) 88[107]
Sky link Tower 1 Approved Mumbai 301 metres (988 ft) 85
Sky link Tower 2 Approved Mumbai 301 metres (988 ft) 85
Waves Proposed Mumbai 301 metres (988 ft) 80[108]
Sikka Dream Heights Approved Delhi 300 metres (984 ft) 80
Indra Tower Proposed Mumbai 300 metres (984 ft) 80[109]
KRTE AFRD Tower Approved Bengaluru 300 metres (984 ft) 94
Urbana Twisted Tower Proposed Kolkata 300 metres (984 ft) 75
Crystel Tower 1 Approved Gandhinagar 276 metres (906 ft) 65
Crystel Tower 2 Approved Gandhinagar 276 metres (906 ft) 65
Twisting Horizons Proposed Mumbai 267 metres (876 ft) 70[110]
Clippers Tower 1 Approved Gandhinagar 260 metres (853 ft) 65
Hubtown Realms Approved Mumbai 260 metres (853 ft) 60
Four Seasons Private Residences & Apartment Tower 1[66] Proposed Mumbai 250 metres (820 ft) 60
Sushant Golf City Signature Tower Proposed Lucknow 245 metres (804 ft) 65
Karnataka Financial Towers Proposed Bengaluru 245 metres (804 ft) 57
Naga Tower 1 Approved Gandhinagar 230 metres (755 ft) 54
Naga Tower 2 Approved Gandhinagar 230 metres (755 ft) 54
Oberoi Skyz Tower 1 Proposed Mumbai 230 metres (755 ft) 65[111][112][113]
Oberoi Skyz Tower 2 Proposed Mumbai 230 metres (755 ft) 65[112][113]
Marina Apartments 1 Approved Mumbai 227 metres (745 ft) 62
Hubtown Bay 1 Approved Mumbai 224 metres (735 ft) 55
Hubtown Bay 2 Approved Mumbai 224 metres (735 ft) 55
Hubtown Bay 3 Approved Mumbai 224 metres (735 ft) 55
World Trade Centre Kolkata Proposed Kolkata 219 metres (719 ft) 51
Westline Signature Approved Mangalore 215 metres (705 ft) 55
Garba Tower Approved Gandhinagar 210 metres (689 ft) 55
The Park II Proposed Kolkata 210 metres (689 ft) 45
Shreepati Estate Approved Mumbai 82[114][115]
Trident Tower 1 Proposed Mumbai 69[109]
Oberoi Sky City Tower F[51][67] Proposed Mumbai ? 69
Oberoi Sky City Tower G[51][67] Proposed Mumbai ? 69
Oberoi Sky City Tower H[51][67] Proposed Mumbai ? 69
Shreepati Garden Tower 3 Approved Mumbai 68[102]
Shreepati Garden Tower 4 Approved Mumbai 68[102]
Bhendi Bazar Redevelopment Tower 1 Approved Mumbai 62
Trident Tower 2 Proposed Mumbai 61[109]
Clippers Tower 2 Approved Gandhinagar 60
Clippers Tower 3 Approved Gandhinagar 60
Bhendi Bazar Redevelopment Tower 2 Approved Mumbai 56
Bhendi Bazar Redevelopment Tower 3 Approved Mumbai 56
Crystel Tower 3 Approved Gandhinagar 55
Crystel Tower 4 Approved Gandhinagar 55
Crescent Bay Tower 4 Approved Mumbai 51
Bhendi Bazar Redevelopment Tower 4 Approved Mumbai 50
Lotus Complex Tower 1 Mumbai 50
The Presidential Tower Approved Bengaluru 53[116]
Oberoi Sky City Tower Hotel[51][67] Mumbai ? 45 Proposed

Timeline of tallest buildings of India[edit]

Name Image City Height Floors Years as Tallest
LIC Building
LIC building, Chennai.jpg
Chennai 54 metres (177 ft) 15 1959-1961
Usha Kiran Mumbai 80 metres (262 ft) 25 1961–1970[117][118]
World Trade Center Mumbai Mumbai night skyline.jpg Mumbai 156 metres (512 ft) 35 1970–2008
Planet Godrej Planet Godrej.jpg Mumbai 181 metres (594 ft) 51 2008–2009
Imperial Tower 1 The Imperial Towers SP.jpg Mumbai 254 metres (833 ft) 61 2009–2019
The 42 The 42, Kolkata, (under-construction) across the Maidan by Innocentbunny.jpg Kolkata 268 metres (879 ft) 63 2019-Present

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