Location - Mumbai

EXPRESS TOWERS

NARIMAN POINT

Mumbai's Most Iconic Business Address

The Express Towers, considered to be one of the first important building to be built on the reclaimed land of Nariman Point, is a 25-storey mega business hub. It was commissioned by Ramnath Goenka, the founder of The Indian Express. For two year since its completion in 1972, the Express Towers held the record of being the tallest building in South Asia. It was designed by Joseph Allen Stein, a renowned architecture who counts the Express Towers as the only high—rise building he ever created. To add to the charm of the building, the lobby of it has been decorated by the exquisite mural arts of the famous Nelly Sethna.

The occupants of the building are some of the best-known names in the business world – McKinsey & Company, Blackstone Group, Ernst & Young, Mullen Lowe Lintas, ECGC, Wells Fargo Bank, IHCL, Warburg Pincus, and The Indian Express.

OUR BENEFITS

Facilities & Services

High-Speed Internet

100 mbps speed

Tea/Coffee

Complimentary Beverages

Pantry

Fully Equipped

Dedicated Desk Phone

For incoming only

Printing & Scanning*

A4 - B&W 250 & Color 100 pages per month

Assistance

Executive Assistance & Office Boy

THE MESH CO-WORK

Business Space

Hot Desk

Dedicated Desk

Sea facing Dedicated Cabin

Meeting Room – 4 seater

Meeting Room – 6 seater

Meeting Room – 9 seater

EXPRESS TOWERS

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