Skyscrapers of Delhi- NCR

Supertech Launches 'Supernova' at Sector 94, Noida


After the successful launch of North India's tallest residential development, North Eye, Supertech Limited has announced the launch of yet another one of its kind, grandeur project, 'Supernova', which is North India's biggest mixed-use development spread across 5 million sq. ft. of area. The project has five towers amongst which 'Spira' – The Iconic Tower is India's tallest mixed-use development having 80 floors which stand at 300 meters.

Supernova being a mixed use development project has residences, service apartments, hotels, shopping malls, office spaces and recreational centers. The benefit of mixed use development redefines Supernova as an epicenter. The project unveils opulence, luxury and elegance, with the world class luxurious modern conveniences.

On the occasion of the launch of Supernova, Mr. RK Arora, Chairman & Managing Director of Supertech Limited said, "With the dream of providing a world class architectural masterpiece, we are launching this spectacular project, which has five state-of-the-art world class towers including the India's tallest mixed use development that has 80 floors, which stands 300 meters high".

"The international standard project is designed in such manner that I hope, it will give a larger than life experience to our valued customers", added Mr. RK Arora.

"After the successful launch of North Eye, we are very ecstatic to launch yet another landmark project, which will redefine the living, shopping and working lifestyles of people. To make this project a complete world class project, we have associated with the best brands and companies in the respective verticals" said Mr. Mohit Arora, Director of Supertech Limited.

This pioneering mixed use development is spread over an area of 17 acres of land, which has five breath taking towers, spread over a built up area of 5 million sq. ft.

The tallest tower in Supernova is Spira, which is not just one of India's tallest buildings but is one of the world's greatest superstructures. This Iconic Tower has high-end luxurious residences, two 5-star hotels and Spira Suites (area 595 sq. ft.), topped off by a world class restaurant and bar, which boosts a bird's eye view over the surrounding waterways of Yamuna. The tower also has a Helipad, an Observatory deck, an Exclusive club house, automated elevators and a panoramic view of the bird sanctuary.

Nova – East & West are the two inspiring landmark towers in the project. Designed to the highest quality level and state-of-the-art amenities, these adjoining towers have world class luxurious high-end 2 & 3 BHK apartments (area ranging from 1320 Sq Ft to 2040 Sq Ft.) with a premium and luxury shopping mall in the same premises.

Astralis, designed to suit the modern offices, provides a highly advanced working environment with landscaped terraces, rooftop garden and exclusive private terraces to create a positive feel. There are also restaurants, cafes, gymnasium, indoor swimming pool, Business lounge, Cigar lounge and library and other leisure features for rejuvenation.

Aurora is the retail tower in the premises of Supernova, dedicated only to the shoppers who can enjoy shopping of the world's finest brands.

The high-end luxury apartments, retails stores and office space in 'Supernova' are available at a cost of R 1 crore onwards

Divided into Three levels, Radiance Place is a combination of high street fashion, global brands, food outlets and entertainment zones, exclusive dining and podium rooftop gardens.

The structural architecture, layouts, technologies, comforts are all crafted by world renowned London architects BENOY. The project is certified by LEED – Green Building and is designed as per the vaastu rules. Supertech will be investing Rs.2000 Crore on the construction of this project and expect to deliver the project in…48.months of time.

Noida’s highrise buildings set to break new ground

Darpan Singh, Hindustan Times
Noida, December 01, 2011

Noida will soon have some of the tallest buildings in India.
Supertech on Wednesday unveiled its plan to build a 300-metre, 80-floor mixed-use tower (Spira) in Sector 94. This comes after the realty major in March, launched a 255-metre-tall and 60-floor residential tower named

High-rise construction specialist BE Billimoria has been given the contract for the tallest residential building in North India. The foundation work is complete.

The builder claimed Spira would be the tallest mixed-use tower in India. Apart from luxury flats, there will also be some big-ticket commercial activities such as five-star hotels and retail chains. RK Arora of Supertech said, “We have got clearance from the Airports Authority of India (AAI), the fire department and the Noida authority.”

The project, spread in an area of 70,000 sqm with a built up area of 50 lakh sqft, will cost Rs 2,000 crore and will be completed in four years in three phases. “The layout has been approved by the IIT too. Spira is one of the five towers to be built under Supertech's project Supernova in Sector 94 at Delhi-Noida border,” said Arora.

The Noida authority will also have its new office in a 42-storey building on a 17,000 sqm plot in Sector 44.

The authority in 2007 approved a 32-floor, 105-metre residential tower being built by Assotech Group in Sector 44.

Design Arch in Sector Zeta launched greater Noida’s tallest residential building project with 24 floors in 2008.

North Eye in Sector-74.

Aspirations fuel rise of NCR skyscrapers; Noida to get 300 meters high building

20 Nov, 2011, 10.49AM IST, Vandana Keelor,TNN

NOIDA: It's been a year of the NCR's rise so far. The record for the region's tallest building has been broken several times over, even if only on paper . Just weeks after a construction firm announced plans to build Delhi's first skyscraper (defined as a building taller than 150m) comes the news that the region's tallest building will top 300m – more than four times the height of Qutub Minar.

While plans have not been formally unveiled, sources say the Supertech Supernova project will be set in Noida's Sector 94, with an 80-floor skyscraper offering a mix of residential and commercial spaces as its centrepiece. That's a full 20 floors and 45m higher than the last 'planned' tallest skyscraper: Supertech's 255m North Eye in Noida's Sector 74. Meanwhile, plans for half a dozen other skyscrapers are also afloat in and around Delhi.

What's behind this sudden rush to set height records ? Given the traditional preference for lower floors in the NCR and the prohibitive cost of building skyscrapers, such projects seem an expensive gamble.

However, real estate experts say a strong aspirational culture and the brandbuilding needs of developers make it a ripe time to launch such projects.

"We understand that the homebuyer has evolved. As per the demand, we offer a package of services and features that cannot be replicated in a row house," says Getamber Anand, MD of ATS Infrastructure and vice-president of the builders' organization CREDAI.

"After the success of highrises in Mumbai and other metropolitan cities, Noida is now ready for tall buildings," says realtor Pradeep Bhatia, adding, "although it costs more to build vertically, people want homes for 'total' living . They see home as a sanctuary and demand the best quality and durability" .

Aspirational choices have strongly influenced recent real estate developments in the NCR. Designer condominiums , shopping malls and world-class commercial complexes are now part of every developer's blueprint. Although skyscraper projects mark a new trend, residential towers of more than 20 floors are becoming commonplace.

Anshuman Magazine, CMD of international property consultants CBRE, says upbeat, cosmopolitan urban youth are willing to splurge on luxury, convenience and entertainment.

"Although cost of construction goes up if you go vertical, (local) development authorities (now) provide an opportunity for really tall buildings to come up." Magazine sees the trend getting stronger. Sources told TOI construction of the Supernova project is expected to commence in December and will be completed by 2015.

There will be two luxury residential towers, two starrated hotel complexes, a high-end shopping avenue and an office tower. The residential towers will have around 1,500 high-end homes, including three- and four-bedroom apartments. Floor rates in this part of Noida range from Rs 10,000 to Rs 15,000 per square foot.

Skyscrapers across Delhi NCR skyline

19 Nov, 2011, 10.53AM IST, A K Tiwary,TNN

DELHI: Prepare to book your dream home in one of the several highrise projects under construction in the NCR.

Sensing the scarcity of land likely to hit the NCR in the near future, builders and developers are focusing their real estate projects on mixed land use and vertical developments. A few highrise projects have already been launched in this category like the Supertech's North Eye in Noida (60 floors and 255 metre high) and the Raheja Group's Raheja Revanta in Gurgaon (56 floors and 195 metres high).

After the successful launch of North Eye, Supertech is now planning for a skyscraper, Supertech Supernova (80 floors and 300 metres high), in Sector 94, along the Noida-Greater Noida Expressway . This will be one of the tallest highrise projects in the NCR. The DGCA has reportedly cleared the plan for these proposed projects; the Noida Authority too has already cleared this project, a source says.

"Noida Authority does not have any objection to such highrise towers provided all the formalities are cleared from the departments concerned. To promote highrise projects, the Noida Authority has already a proposal to increase the FAR (floor area ratio) to 3.50, from the current 2.75. With demand for service and luxurious apartments set to go up in future, real estate developers are working on the highrise projects, with some even going in for skyscrapers (defined as buildings over 150 metres high). The authoring is improving infrastructure of this place day-by-day. With improving infrastructure and better connectivity, Noida will see several highrise projects in the near future," says Mohinder Singh, chairman of Noida Authority.

Supertech Supernova will be constructed by B L Kashyap and company. Binoy of UK and Bureau Happloid are the architects for this project while Cracknell has designed the landscape. The iconic 300-floor building will have 900 studio and 560 luxurious apartments on 70,000 sq metres in Sector 94.

Raheja Developers has signed a Rs 1,020-crore contract with the Dubaibased Arabtec construction company, which built the tallest tower in the world, the Burj Khalifa in Dubai. Initially, Arabtec will start construction on three of the Raheja projects: Raheja Revanta, Raheja Phoenix and Raheja Srishti,

Navin Raheja, the chairman and managing director of Raheja Group, says: "Raheja Revanta will be 190 metres high; the first project to be constructed by Arabtec in India, and one of the tallest skyscrapers in India. Such projects, especially in north India, require specialized technology and manpower which are not easily available with any of the builders in India.

Revanta will have 56 floors with a helipad and have a skybridge with an infinity pool on the 46th floor overlooking the Aravalis. With a planned height of 190 metres and 54 floors, the Raheja Phoenix project located at Patel Nagar will be the tallest in Delhi. The DGCA has given clearance to both the projects. Arabtec will also construct 2,800 EWS houses under the slum redevelopment PPP project with DDA, in two years."


Raheja Revanta will be digitally controlled . It will be a self-sustaining green project and take care of energy and water conservation. The project will also have a large spa facility under arrangement with Amatrra.

The 3C is also planning a highrise of nearly 40 floors in Noida, along the expressway . It is at a planning and design stage, says Vidur Bharadwaj, director of the 3C company.

Highrise projects in Noida

Work on the first tallest project in Noida, Supertech's North Eye, is already under way. Construction is by Billy Maurya and the North Eye company. North Eye will be 255 meters high with 60 floors. Spread over 9 acres, this innovatively designed project will be completed over the next 38 months, says R K Arora, the chairman and managing director of Supertech.

North Eye has three parts: East Wing and West Wing on the ground and Central Tower. The East and West Wings comprises 1 and 2 floors and provide facilities like family shopping centres, cafeteria , lobbies and facilities like a creche, a playschool and a primary school.

Central Tower consists of a waiting lounge, lobbies, cafeteria and hi-end shopping areas. Assotech Ltd has also launched Celeste Towers in Sector 44 in Noida. Sanjiv Srivastava, the MD of Assotech Limited, says that Celeste Towers are being developed as the tallest luxurious towers in the NCR. This 35-level highrise will be built over 14,331 square metres.

Assotech Ltd has all the clearances from the government authorities concerned. International consultants have been roped in to provide landscaping , interiors and lighting consultancy in the project. S K Das Associated Architects is the principal architect for the project.

Celeste Towers consists of two 121-metre tall towers – Celeste Europa and Celeste Corona. Each level of Celeste Europa will have only one condominium of 4,750 square feet and there will be only thirty condominiums in all. Celeste Corona offers state-of-the-art facilities like a health club, a swimming pool and a gymnasium at the top two levels of the tower. A helipad at the 35th level will add to the luxuries of Corona buyers.

Highrises (over 150 metres) in Delhi and the NCR

Raheja Revanta : 195 metres, 56 floors; Sector 78, Gurgaon

Raheja Phoenix: 190 metres, 54 floors; Kathputli Colony, Delhi

North Eye: 255 metres, 60 floors; Sector 74, Noida

Supernova: 300 metres, 80 floors; Sector 94, Noida (to be launched soon)


After the successful launch of North Eye, Supertech is now planning for a skyscraper, Supertech Supernova (80 floors and 300 metres high), in sector 94, along the NOIDA-Greater NOIDA Expressway.

To promote high-rise projects, the NOIDA Authority has already a proposal to increase the FAR (floor area ratio) to 3.50, from the current 2.75.

Timely delivery: New reality of Indian realty

December 05, 2011 11:41 IST

It's a race among real estate developers to complete a floor quicker than the rest. With timely delivery of projects turning into a selling point, innovative technology is being put to use by realtors like never before.

Raheja Developers, which recently tied up with Dubai-based Arabtec Constructions, would be using a combination of various technologies for three highrise residential projects in Gurgaon and Delhi [ Images ].

Expected to be the tallest tower in Gurgaon, the construction of a 60-floor Raheja Revanta will involve using three major techniques, 'slip form construction', 'pre-fabricated construction' and 'dry-wall technique'.

Supertech, building an 80-floor mixed use building, Supernova, in Gurgaon, which it claims would be the tallest in the country, will be using a jump-form or slip form technology imported from Australia [ Images ].

Raheja Developers' Director Nayan Raheja said slip form construction would enable them to build a floor in just three to four days, as against 15 days using traditional technology. "Slip form will take only one fifth of the time of what the traditional technique takes," he said.

Concrete is poured into a continuously moving form that enables continuous, non-interrupted, cast-in-place "flawless" (no joints) structures, which have superior performance characteristics versus piecewise construction using discrete form elements.

R K Arora, chairman and managing director, Supertech, told Business Standard, the technique would help them do a floor in just seven days.

Pre-fabricated construction includes doing electrical and plumbing work at the stage of casting RCC (reinforced cement concrete) on ground, which developers are starting to use these days. It is expected to cut construction time by more than half, Arora said.

"However, it has its disadvantage," said Raheja. "As plumbing and electrical work can't be changed at a later stage, we have to be very careful." Yet, prefabricated construction is gaining pace in India [ Images ], with many developers going for it.

"Developers are using steel frames to build a structure and then to do the interiors with prefabricated structures," said Samarjit Singh, CEO, Agni Properties.

A dry-wall technique involves constructing interior walls, ceilings and floors through plastered or microfibre board, joined during the installation.

Apart from offering sound control, dry-wall construction can also make an interior space fire-resistant and damp-resistant.

"A dry-wall technique is easier, faster and more economical compared to the traditional technique of hand plastering," Raheja said.

Arora, however, calls the dry-wall technique an expensive one in India at the moment, as it involves sound proofing, which is not economical. "However, it definitely ensures quick completion of projects," he said.

Raheja says construction techniques in India are nearly 20 years behind the Western world. "In the West, clay brick is out of construction; in India, we still use it." He said innovative construction techniques would also add 10 per cent to construction cost.

Supertech has a business development department which keeps a watch on innovation and construction techniques around the world.

Anshuman Magazine, chairman and managing director, CB Richard Ellis (South Asia), said developers in India are importing advanced construction technology in order to maintain competitive edge in the market.

"Today, customers' focus is on who delivers the project on time, which has become a selling point for the developers." Also, a lot of highrise buildings are coming up, where one can't do without the use of technology.

Singh said with the focus also shifting towards affordable housings, developers are cutting costs using improved and innovative construction techniques for quicker completion.

"Jerry Rao's VBHC, an affordable housing project in Bangalore, is also focusing on using technology to build affordable homes at Rs four to six lakh, while promising delivery within six months from starting construction".

Singh believes that the use of technology will only grow in the coming years, letting developers complete projects in just three to four months.

बनेगी नॉर्थ इंडिया की सबसे ऊंची बिल्डिंग









उत्तर भारत की सबसे ऊंची बिल्डिंग नार्थ आई का रेकॉर्ड एक्सप्रेस वे पर सेक्टर -94 में प्रस्तावित सुपर नोवा की बिल्डिंग तोड़ेगी। यह बिल्डिंग 270 मीटर ऊंची होगी। इसमें 80 फ्लोर होंगे। बिल्डिंग के नक्शे को नोएडा अथॉरिटी ने मंजूरी दे दी है। इससे पहले शहर की सबसे ऊंची बिल्डिंग ' नार्थ आई ' का नक्शा मंजूर किया गया था। यह बिल्डिंग 255 मीटर ऊंची बनाई जानी है। यह बिल्डिंग 70 हजार वर्ग मीटर एरिया में बनेगी।

सूत्रों के 80 फ्लोर की बिल्डिंग महामाया फ्लाईओवर से सटे इलाके में बनाई जाएगी। यह बिल्डिंग बनाने जा रही कंपनी ने एयरपोर्ट अथॉरिटी , फायर डिपार्टमेंट से क्लियरेंस के बाद नोएडा अथॉरिटी में अपना प्लान सबमिट किया था। नोएडा अथॉरिटी के सीनियर टाउन प्लैनर राजपाल कौशिक ने बताया कि बिल्डिंग के नक्शे को नोएडा अथॉरिटी ने मंजूरी दे दी है। सुपर नोवा प्रोजेक्ट में मिक्स लैंड यूज के तहत न केवल लग्जरी फ्लैट होंगे बल्कि होटल कॉम्प्लेक्स व कमर्शल टावर भी होंगे। इस बिल्डिंग के लिए कमर्शल रेट पर प्लॉट का अलॉटमेंट एक लाख 30 हजार 9 रुपये / वर्गमीटर की दर पर हुआ था। इसमें 40 पर्सेंट ग्राउंड कवरेज और फ्लोर एरिया रेश्यो चार के करीब दिया गया है।

नोएडा में अब तक सबसे ऊंची बिल्डिंगों में सन कोर्ट टावर (100 मीटर ) नाम की दो बिल्डिंगें हैं। इनके अलावा सेक्टर -44 में सेलेस्टे टावर के नाम से 121 मीटर ऊंची दो बिल्डिंगें निर्माणाधीन हैं। अब तक की सबसे ऊंची बिल्डिंग ' नार्थ आई ' (255 मीटर ) थी। इसमें 60 फ्लोर बनाए जाने हैं। देश में इस समय सबसे ऊंची बिल्डिंग की जगह मुंबई की इंडिया टावर का नाम दर्ज है। इसकी ऊंचाई 720 मीटर (2362 फुट ) के करीब है। दिल्ली की सबसे ऊंची बिल्डिंग सिविक सेंटर है। इसकी ऊंचाई 90 मीटर है।

Source: Nav Bharat Times

India's Tallest Skyscrapers Under Construction

This lists buildings that are under construction in India and are planned to rise at least 90 m (300 ft). Buildings that are only approved or proposed are not included in this table.






Expected year of completion


India Tower

Marine Lines, Mumbai

720 metres (2,362 ft)




World One

Worli, Mumbai

442 metres (1,450 ft)




Oasis tower 1

Worli, Mumbai

372 metres (1,220 ft)




Palais Royale

Lower Parel, Mumbai

320 metres (1,050 ft)




Lokhandwala Minerva

Mahalaxmi, Mumbai

307 metres (1,007 ft)

82 levels



Orchid Heights Tower 1

Jacob Circle, Mumbai

300 metres (984 ft)




Orchid Heights Tower 2

Jacob Circle, Mumbai

300 metres (984 ft)




Indiabulls Sky Forest Tower 1 and 2

Lower Parel, Mumbai

281 metres (922 ft)

80, 60



Indiabulls Sky Suites

Lower Parel, Mumbai

291 metres (955 ft)




Indiabulls Sky

Lower Parel, Mumbai

257 metres (843 ft)




Oasis tower 2

Worli, Mumbai

239 metres (784 ft)




Orchid Crown Tower 1

Prabhadevi, Mumbai

337 metres (1,106 ft)




Orchid Crown Tower 2

Prabhadevi, Mumbai

337 metres (1,106 ft)




Orchid Crown Tower 3

Prabhadevi, Mumbai

337 metres (1,106 ft)




Orbit Terraces

Lower Parel, Mumbai

207 metres (679 ft)





Mahalaxmi, Mumbai





Lodha Primero

Worli, Mumbai

210 metres (689 ft)




Orchid Enclave

Mumbai Central, Mumbai

210 metres (689 ft)





World's Tallest Completed buildings

This list includes buildings whose construction is complete, or are topped-out.

Structure City Country Floors Status Year Height to architectural top Height to roof Height to pinnacle
Burj Khalifa Dubai  United Arab Emirates 163 Complete 2010 828 m (2,717 ft) 636 m (2085 ft) 828 m (2,717 ft)
International Commerce Centre Hong Kong  Hong Kong 108 Complete 2010 484 m (1,588 ft) 484 m (1,588 ft) 484 m (1,588 ft)
Willis Tower Chicago  United States 108 Complete 1974 442 m (1,450 ft) 442 m (1,450 ft) 527 m (1,729 ft)
Ryugyong Hotel Pyongyang  North Korea 105 Topped-out 1992 330 m (1,080 ft) 330 m (1,080 ft) 330 m (1,080 ft)
Guangzhou International Finance Center Guangzhou  China 103 Complete 2010 440 m (1,440 ft) 438 m (1,437 ft) 440 m (1,440 ft)
Empire State Building New York City  United States 102 Complete 1931 381 m (1,250 ft) 381 m (1,250 ft) 449 m (1,473 ft)
Shanghai World Financial Center Shanghai  China 101 Complete 2008 492 m (1,614 ft) 492 m (1,614 ft) 492 m (1,614 ft)
Taipei 101 Taipei  Taiwan 101 Complete 2004 509 m (1,670 ft) 449 m (1,473 ft) 509 m (1,670 ft)
John Hancock Center Chicago  United States 100 Complete 1969 344 m (1,129 ft) 344 m (1,129 ft) 457 m (1,499 ft)
Kingkey 100 Shenzhen  China 100 Complete[3] 2011 441.8 m (1,449 ft) 441.8 m (1,449 ft) 441.8 m (1,449 ft)

World's Tallest Buildings under construction

This is a list of buildings under construction that are planned to have 100 floors or more. It does not include proposed, approved or topped-out buildings.

Structure City Country Floors completed
Floors Year Height to architectural top Remarks
India Tower Mumbai  India 0 125 2016 720 m (2,360 ft) On hold
World One Mumbai  India 0 117 2014 442 m (1,450 ft)  
Pingan International Finance Centre Shenzhen  China 0 115 2015 648 m (2,126 ft)  
Shanghai Tower Shanghai  China 28 128 2014 632 m (2,073 ft)  
Goldin Finance 117 Tianjin  China 0 117 2014 597 m (1,959 ft)  
Lotte World Premium Tower Seoul  South Korea 0 123 2015 555.65 m (1,823.0 ft)  
Doha Convention Center Tower Doha  Qatar 0 112 551 m (1,808 ft) On hold
One World Trade Center New York City  United States 90 105 2013 541.3 m (1,776 ft)  
Chow Tai Fook Centre Guangzhou  China 0 116 2016 530 m (1,740 ft) On hold
Pentominium Dubai  United Arab Emirates 28 122 2013[4] 516 m (1,693 ft) On hold
Busan Lotte World Tower Busan  South Korea 0 110 2016 510.2 m (1,674 ft)  
China Zun Beijing  China 0 108 2016 510 m (1,670 ft)  
Burj Al Alam Dubai  United Arab Emirates 0 108 2012 510 m (1,670 ft) On hold
Al Quds Endowment Tower Doha  Qatar 0 101 2014 500 m (1,600 ft) On hold
Marina 106 Dubai  United Arab Emirates 0 107   425 m (1,394 ft) On hold
Princess Tower Dubai  United Arab Emirates 101 101 2011 414 m (1,358 ft)  
Marina 101 Dubai  United Arab Emirates 101 101 2012 412 m (1,352 ft)  




Supertech- Supernova, Noida Sec 94, 80 floor,300 M tall









Supertech North Eye: Noida Sec 74, 66 floor,255 m tall












Unitech Golf &Country Club,Noida Sec 96, 45 Floor







Wave 1, Noida Sec 18, 40 floor












IREO Victory Valley , Gurgaon Sec 67, 51 Floor











BPTP Capital City, Noida Sec 18, 45 Floor







Tata Primanti, Gurgaon Sec 72, 40 Floors











Raheja Revanta: Gurgaon Sec 78, 56 floor,195 M tall