Indian cities are witnessing a steep growth in the number of high-rise structures owing to the increased migration of people to cities. With the advent of modern technology, constructing a high-rise building is perhaps a feasible way to serve housing demand. This prompted SOBHA to conceive the idea of building a ‘vertical city’.
High-rises have the potential to prevent over-crowding at the ground level while efficiently housing a greater number of families in a lesser space. Tall buildings translate to more public spaces, more agricultural land, as well as parks, forests, or even open spaces, leaving the ground free for a vibrant life.