Noida Twin Towers Demolition

The Supertech twin buildings are scheduled to be demolished on Sunday (August 28), and the necessary preparations have been completed.

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Developer Supertech will lose close to Rs 1,000 crore as a result of the demolition of the Noida property Emerald Court.

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The twin towers Apex and Ceyane are in Noida's Sector 93A. One building is 103m tall and another is 97m.

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About 3,700 kg of explosives brought from Palwal (Haryana) would be used for the destruction.

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The 'Supertech Emerald Court' housing society in Noida was projected for 2004. Noida Authority allotted a 48,263-square-meter area in Sector 93A's Plot No. 4.

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The project was off the expressway between Noida and Greater Noida. Real estate websites value the flats at 1 to 3 crore.

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The Noida New Okhla Industrial Development Authority planned 14 nine-story skyscrapers for the project.

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Supertech altered the designs in 2012 to a 15-building complex instead of 14. Each structure should have 11 stories, not 9.

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Emerald Court homeowners took notice and asked that Ceyane and Apex be demolished because they were built unlawfully.

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In 2021, the Supreme Court of India ordered the demolition of the Noida Twin Towers, saying they were built illegally.

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On August 28th, the Noida Twin Towers will be dismantled. Edifice Engineering will carry out the task.

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Company will use implosion. More than 3,700 kg of explosives will be inserted in holes drilled in the Ceyane and Apex building.

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