This Grade III heritage structure’s initial designs were undertaken by Gregson, Batler and King, and the building was constructed by Shahpoorji Chandabhoy.
Dhanraj Mahal settles in with its distinctive pink stone, art deco motifs and imposing gateway
This magnificent building is spread over 8,000 square-yard plot and is roughly 65 metres tall.
This was the largest and costliest single building scheme undertaken in Bombay during the 1930s.
Art Deco building was characterized by the exclusive use in the interiors of marble mosaic on the floors and dados.
The residential flats, which have the largest square footage of beautiful and decorative mosaic Bharat Tiles in the city, are built around a vast central courtyard approached through a large, imposing gateway. cybernoon.com