Three Sixty West

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Three Sixty West
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Three Sixty West
General information
StatusComplete [1]
TypeResidential, Commercial (Hotel)
Location Worli, Mumbai [2]
Coordinates 19°00′40″N72°49′24″E / 19.0111°N 72.8234°E / 19.0111; 72.8234 Coordinates: 19°00′40″N72°49′24″E / 19.0111°N 72.8234°E / 19.0111; 72.8234
Construction started2011
Completed2021
Height
RoofTower B: 260 metres (853 ft) [3]
Tower A: 255.6 metres (839 ft) [4]
Technical details
Floor countTower B: 66
Tower A: 52 [5]
Design and construction
Architect Kohn Pedersen Fox
DeveloperOberoi Realty
Structural engineerLeslie E. Robertson Associates
Main contractor Samsung C&T Corporation [6]
Website
https://threesixtywest.com/

Three Sixty West is a skyscraper complex in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. [7] It comprises two towers, joined at ground level by a podium. Tower B, the taller of the two, rises to 260 metres (853 ft) with 66 floors [8] and Tower A rises to 255.6 metres (839 ft) with 52 floors. [9] Tower A is a hotel, and private residences are located in Tower B. The podium accommodates amenities such as restaurants and ballrooms. [10]

The project was designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox. [11] The structural consultant is LERA (Leslie E. Robertson Associates). [12] and the main Contractor is Samsung C&T. Hotel interiors are done by Tony Chi and Associates. Residents' amenities are designed by Populous.

The project was developed under Oasis Realty, a joint venture between Sahana and Oberoi Realty. It became the current tallest building in India when completed. [13] In May 2014, [14] Oberoi Realty announced The Ritz-Carlton as the hospitality partner for the project. The Ritz-Carlton Mumbai occupies Tower A, and the private residences in Tower B have access to certain services from the hotel.

Three Sixty West Towers Oberoy Three Sixty West Tower B.jpg
Three Sixty West Towers

The project was formally named Three Sixty West in 2015. [15]

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