• Feb 20th 2012
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A 37-story residential skyscraper in Mumbai, India, called the Aquaria Grande Tower (currently under construction) will have the most awesome feature ever: glass swimming pools where the balconies normally go for some of the apartments.

balcony swimming pool

This ongoing project of India based Wadhwa Group is thoughtfully planned to maximize design, elegance, comfort and convenience. Located in the finest location of Borivali, Aquaria Grande enjoys the friendly and residential atmosphere and close proximity to destination of your daily life. The beauty of life at Aquaria Grande is whichever way you travel, you reach your destination faster. The Western express highway and link road is just 0.5 kms away. And not to miss, all major multiplexes, malls, schools, restaurants, colleges and the like are just opportunely located nearby. Designed with you and your lifestyle in mind, a contented lifestyle blooms here with all that you must have dreamt of.

Aquaria Grande Tower


Aquaria Grande is one of the iconic residential developments in Borivali of Mumbai. This distinctive project includes two 37 storeys soaring residential towers, a fully facilities equipped clubhouse, a sustainable podium garden and an enormous car park, which create a novel and luxury lifestyle to the Borivali district.

Aquaria Grande Tower

Location: Mumbai, India
Use: Residential + Club House

Aquaria Grande Tower
Site Area: ~13639.4 sq.m.
Site Area: ~13639.4 sq.m.
Gross Floor Area: ~37000 sq.m.
Gross Floor Ratio: 2.5
Building Scale: 2 Basements, 4 Podium and 37 Stories Residential Tower
Structure: Reinforced Concrete Structure / Composite Column / Flat Slab System
Max. Height: ~165 m
Parking Lot: ~675 Lots Background

Aquaria Grande Tower

Aquaria Grande Tower

Aquaria Grande Tower

Aquaria Grande Tower

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15 Responses

  1. Darlene Thielman says:


  2. Ganges says:

    In a country where there is a important dead river. In a country where a lot of persons are dying because don’t have clean water.

  3. Biriba says:

    This pool is secure?

  4. morgan says:

    The side glass wall is about 2 feet higher than the water level. I guess that should address concerns about safety.

  5. steve says:

    jawa kamo tanan

  6. Queenie says:

    We would like to clarify with the above article about one of our design, the correct name of the project should be ISM Parinee Ohm Tower in Mumbai. Thank you for your attention.

  7. Jess says:

    I’ll believe it when it’s completed and 80% occupied.

  8. Sue says:

    Thousands are living in shanty towns and they still cant help their own….disgusting.!

  9. Bob Khanna says:

    Wow….outta the mundane and ordinary….wunderbar….sure would like to live here…

  10. Kik says:


  11. Arash says:

    wowwwwwwww.. amazing.

  12. moupia says:


  13. Puffy says:

    I’m sorry, although this appears to be a beautiful and wonderful idea, I call B.S. I don’t see how this is possible, practical or realistic. I can see all the algae growing on the glass side of the balcony already and if you inject enough chemicals to keep it looking so crystal clear, you might not be able to safely swim in it. I’ll believe it when I see it functioning and looking just as lovely a year or two after it’s built.

  14. Ashley says:

    When is this supposed to be completed?

  15. Candice Stafford says:

    Pools that may be used by many people or by the general public are called public, while pools used exclusively by a few people or in a home are called private. Many health clubs, fitness centers and private clubs have public pools used mostly for exercise. Many hotels have pools available for their guests. Hot tubs and spas are pools with hot water, used for relaxation or therapy, and are common in homes, hotels, clubs and massage parlors. Swimming pools are also used for diving and other water sports, as well as for the training of lifeguards and astronauts…

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