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New skyscrapers in Delhi are going to change the city's skyline completely
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New skyscrapers in Delhi are going to change the city's skyline completely

Delhi, are you ready for a New York style makeover?

Rishabh Pachory

Rishabh Pachory

We all marvel at the beauty of places like Manhattan and Tokyo, with their tall buildings and sleek designs. Let's be honest, haven't you ever wanted to live in a city with tall skyscrapers, somewhere you could look at the view of the entire city and feel closer to the sky?

If you've been wanting a view like that in Delhi and think it sounds a bit far-fetched, think again! At the new and upcoming skyrise buildings, you can live amidst the clouds and look down at a sprawling view of the city.

New skyscrapers in Delhi are going to change the city's skyline completely

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Though the neighbouring city of Gurugram is ripe with buildings tall enough to touch the sky, Delhi lags behind by a bit. However, this will soon change as there are new luxury sky-rise flats that are coming up in the heart of the town. The old-town charm of the city, that is prevalent in many of the areas, is quite alluring but the addition of sky high buildings will make for a better skyline of the city.

These sky-rise buildings are being developed as residential complexes by DLF and M2K. Their projects are in areas such as Moti Nagar and Azadpur respectively. Apart from that, these two are also the tallest residential buildings in the city. With 30 floors, and a height of 111 metres, these skyscrapers are setting the sky as the limit and other construction companies are gearing up for the challenge.

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Soon enough, Delhi's skyline could be adorned with skyscrapers, much like we have seen in Gurugram, Mumbai, and even bigger cities around the world. In fact, these will also add to the allure of Delhi as a city to live and work in. Since there is a shift in people’s mindsets and they no longer wish to live in independent houses, these apartment structures could be the best alternative.

We're glad to see that the National Capital, the bustling city of Delhi, will soon get such skyscrapers. They've been around since the 70's in Mumbai and it is high time that Delhi got a few of its own.