Tallest building in Gujarat will soon grace the skyline of Ahmedabad | Ahmedabad News

AHMEDABAD: After 33-storey buildings have become almost common in Ahmedabad, the city’s skyline is expected to become even higher. If all goes as planned, a 41-story commercial building will soon see the light of day near Iskcon Circle on SG Road in Ahmedabad. It will be the tallest building in Gujarat, with a height of 145 meters.
Until now, most buildings over 30 stories were residential projects. Sources said that Ahmedabad-based developers Goyal and HN Safal are about to start this joint project, which will take four years. The 7,000 square meter plot was bought for a record price about a year ago by the builders.
Goyal Group Director, Trilok Goyal said, “We plan to develop a 145-meter-high, 41-storey commercial project on this land. However, the project is in the finalization phase and once the plans are approved, we will launch it. He declined to comment on the built-up area of ​​the project.
On April 27, 2022, TOI reported that the tallest building on SG Road came into view. According to property industry sources, SG Road is experiencing strong growth in the development of commercial space with higher FSI available. “This area will see a number of skyscrapers in the coming years, a source said.
This is especially true because the state government has introduced special provisions to allow the development of skyscrapers in the five major cities of Gujarat: Ahmedabad, Surat, Vadodara, Rajkot and Gandhinagar. This will make it possible to construct buildings up to 70 floors. Ahmedabad has already seen residential projects over 30 floors after the rule change. Now the biggest business project will begin.
“Ahmedabad’s skyline will change as taller projects get good buy-in. At the same time, taller commercial buildings will also do well because businesses in the city now have global exposure However, taller buildings have higher construction costs and completion times,” said an Ahmedabad-based property consultant.

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