The Express Towers is a 25-storey building located on Marine Drive in Nariman Point, Mumbai. Upon its completion in 1972, the 105 metres (344 ft) building was the tallest building in South Asia for about two years.The building serves as the corporate headquarters of Indian Express Limited, which also owns the building.
The building was commissioned by Ramnath Goenka, founder of Indian Express Limited, who was determined to build the tallest building in South Asia. It was the first major building to be built in the reclaimed land of Nariman Point.The building occupies a prime location in Mumbai on Marine Drive, facing the Arabian Sea. As of 2011, the building's better known tenants include McKinsey & Company, Blackstone Group, Ernst & Young and Warburg Pincus besides the Indian Express Limited.As of 2011, the building is undergoing extensive renovation, which aims to deliver an updated facade as well as to make the building more ecologically-friendly. The renovation is expected to be completed in 2012.