The luxury building has 100 apartments with areas of 8,700 square feet (810 m2) and 14,000 square feet. With a floor plate of 500,000 square feet, the premises will have amenities like a cinema house, spa, cricket pitch, badminton court, football pitch and three swimming pools. It has 88 lakh square feet of total residential space. A state-of-the-art plush interior in Mumbai's tallest residential apartments of a duplex block was an advantage and also a challenge. The execution called for unique aesthetics, neo-modern materials, golds and hues of royalty and charm.
With just under 100 exclusive apartments the design is an engineering feat, incorporating an astounding 200 meter atrium one of the tallest ever atriums in a residential building. Planned to be the first skyscraper to be completely clad with Corian, the facade will be weather resistant to humidity and tropical weather thereby completely maintenance free. Although the building offers unlimited state of the art luxury, it is an environmentally friendly project being the first residential building in India with a LEEDS rating with the possibility of being the first residential building in the world to get a Platinum evaluation.
The house has been divided into zones keeping in mind the principles of vaastu shastra. Placement of doors and drains, ventilation as well as how to take best advantage of natural light available has been the key consideration while designing the bathrooms. The overall design approach has been utility specific and luxury conscious. Ultra chic materials in uber colours of rich golds and maroons, royal reds and burgundy make for the colour palate, giving it a rich-royal look-n-feel.