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scalziand Mar 21, 2014 3:58 PM

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Surrealplaces Apr 8, 2014 5:08 PM

With so many supertalls going up around the world, I had forgotten about this one. It's coming along nicely, looking forward to seeing some glass.

scalziand May 4, 2014 3:34 AM

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Zapatan May 4, 2014 4:41 AM

This'll be beautiful I think, also a building as high as the Sears is crazy for India!

scalziand Jun 16, 2014 2:27 PM

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scalziand Aug 3, 2014 2:45 PM

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phillyskyline Aug 3, 2014 6:16 PM

That glass looks good!

P2000 Aug 20, 2014 5:59 PM

I have made a +350m U/C diagram (Excluding T/O and >50m).

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P2000 Aug 24, 2014 1:02 PM

New update!
Please change the height in the forum to 442m (not 450m).

Aug 18 by Himanshu Singh
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photoLith Aug 24, 2014 6:14 PM

Im seriously thinking about moving to Mumbia, Im dating a girl from there right now who lives here in Pittsburgh. India seems so incredibly fascinating, the jobs here in America suck and pay nothing anymore. She says I can get a decent paying job in IT or something being an educated American and get a decent salary for India with little problem. I would love to see this baby completed too.

supertallchaser Aug 25, 2014 4:28 AM

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Originally Posted by photoLith (Post 6703451)
Im seriously thinking about moving to Mumbia, Im dating a girl from there right now who lives here in Pittsburgh. India seems so incredibly fascinating, the jobs here in America suck and pay nothing anymore. She says I can get a decent paying job in IT or something being an educated American and get a decent salary for India with little problem. I would love to see this baby completed too.

yeah you have fun with that :haha:

photoLith Aug 25, 2014 3:13 PM

Alrighty.

P2000 Sep 20, 2014 11:54 AM

18 September update by vikrant

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jinka sreekanth Nov 14, 2014 10:53 AM

14.11.2014

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Guiltyspark Nov 15, 2014 2:48 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by photoLith (Post 6703451)
Im seriously thinking about moving to Mumbia, Im dating a girl from there right now who lives here in Pittsburgh. India seems so incredibly fascinating, the jobs here in America suck and pay nothing anymore. She says I can get a decent paying job in IT or something being an educated American and get a decent salary for India with little problem. I would love to see this baby completed too.

Moving to the other side of the world from the United States to India for better opportunity? Lmao. You think the job market is bad here? Just wait till you are somewhere with 1.5 billion people, most of whom live in what would be sub poverty level in the west.

Eightball Nov 15, 2014 4:06 PM

My wife's parents are Indian (she was born in the US) and though they live in the US they still have a large flat in Neriman Point in Mumbai and several commercial buildings there. India is an awesome place (I've visited twice) but real estate there is very expensive for nice neighborhoods, like 1500 a sq ft or more to purchase a flat. And unless you know somebody in appropriate places I doubt you would find a decent job. But I could be wrong there, never looked myself, but that's what many Indians have told me. Do you speak Hindi? Many Indians speak English, of course, but you would need to speak Hindi (and, ideally, other languages as well) to live there.

I will say you can hire live in help/servants (their term, not mine) for very cheap, like $200 or $300 a month per person. Anybody middle class or higher does - although this can get kind of expensive once you have a separate cook, someone to clean your house daily, and a driver (it's also customary that you take care of their family wherever they are from).

I would visit the country before you move there.

jinka sreekanth Nov 19, 2014 3:13 PM

25.10.2014

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hunser Nov 19, 2014 4:15 PM

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Originally Posted by Eightball (Post 6808718)
My wife's parents are Indian (she was born in the US) and though they live in the US they still have a large flat in Neriman Point in Mumbai and several commercial buildings there. India is an awesome place (I've visited twice) but real estate there is very expensive for nice neighborhoods, like 1500 a sq ft or more to purchase a flat. And unless you know somebody in appropriate places I doubt you would find a decent job. But I could be wrong there, never looked myself, but that's what many Indians have told me. Do you speak Hindi? Many Indians speak English, of course, but you would need to speak Hindi (and, ideally, other languages as well) to live there.

I will say you can hire live in help/servants (their term, not mine) for very cheap, like $200 or $300 a month per person. Anybody middle class or higher does - although this can get kind of expensive once you have a separate cook, someone to clean your house daily, and a driver (it's also customary that you take care of their family wherever they are from).

I would visit the country before you move there.

I know some Indian colleagues from my local university, and none of them wants to move back. The reason is simple: too dirty and too many people, i.e. too crowded. They say that air quality in Indian cities is actually worse than in Chinese cities. I just don't see anyone moving to India, especially from the U.S./ Western Europe.

scalziand Dec 16, 2014 5:28 PM

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Pete8680 Jan 5, 2015 10:54 PM

Happy New Year! Any updates?


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