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Industry House (Kolkata)

Industry House
General information
Status Complete
Location Kolkata, India
Height 77 metres (253 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 20
Design and construction
Developer Birla Group

Industry House[1] is a high-rise located in Kolkata, India. It is located in the central part of the city beside Camac Street.

Details

Industry House is one of the earliest high-rises in the city. It is a commercial building and was built in 1980 by the Birlas. This modern building has a total height of 77 metres (253 ft). The building houses numerous offices, most of them of Birla Group companies. Though the outside appearance looks odd, but it is one of the best commercial buildings in the city with world-class interior infrastructure and design.

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References

  1. ^ "Industry House". Emporis.com. 

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