Palais Royale tallest building in Mumbai, to have fastest elevator in India

Shree Ram Urban Infrastructure Ltd is an emerging as a successful real estate company in India as its forthcoming project Palais Royale is first-of-its-kind residential building project in India. Palais Royale is also India’s first pre-certified LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Platinum rated green residential building.
KONE India has won an order to install elevators in Palais Royale, slated to be one of the tallest buildings in the country under construction in Mumbai at Worli.  Palais Royale, at a breathtaking height of about 300m, will be an iconic building in Mumbai. It has already set new benchmarks for quality, design, environmental aesthetics, urban planning, lifestyle and usage of technology.
KONE will provide 6 KONE MiniSpace™ elevators that will travel at speeds of up to 7 m/s, the fastest elevators in all of India. Another four KONE MiniSpace™ will move at 3.5 m/s. Together these will ensure the smooth and efficient People Flow of the residents in Palais Royale.
Mr. Vikas Kasliwal, Vice Chairman and CEO, Shree Ram Urban Infrastructure Ltd. (SRUIL) said, “Palais Royale represents the futuristic image of the Mumbai city. We have opted only for the highest global technology solutions for the building. We chose KONE MiniSpace™ elevators as we believe these will provide fast, smooth, safe and comfortable vertical transportation to residents.”
Palais Royale has many firsts to its credit including having the world’s deepest girders; India’s first platinum LEED rated residential building. It has set technological benchmarks in India for design, construction, earthquake resistance, water conservation, energy efficiency, waste management, eco-friendly materials, safety and security, and overall building management.

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  1. very interesting I heard there is a super exclusive club and private dining, any idea who is involved with this?

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