World One is a 280.2 m (919 ft) skyscraper in Mumbai, India. Currently, it is the tallest completed building in India. It is on the 7.1-hectare (17.5-acre) site of the defunct Shrinivas Mill. The site also houses two other towers: World View and World Crest. The complex was developed by the Lodha Group.
World One was being built at an estimated cost of over US$321 million. Construction began in 2011, it was expected to be 442 m (1,450 ft) tall. As the developer failed to obtain approval from the Airports Authority of India for that height, the project was stalled for few years. Following the hiatus, the project was redesigned to the current height and completed.World One's architect is Pei Cobb Freed & Partners, the structural engineer is Leslie E. Robertson Associates & MEP engineer is Buro Happold Engineers. The whole project i.e. The World Towers consists of three towers. There were two construction civil contractors involved: Arabian Construction Co. and Simplex (World One), Muscovite Group (World Crest, World View).