Surat Diamond Bourse: See pics how world’s largest diamond trade complex will look

By: | Updated: November 9, 2018 4:11 PM

Surat Diamond Bourse (SDB), the world’s largest single complex spread over an area of 66 lakh square feet, will be ready by 2020.

SDB includes 11 iconic towers of 11-storey height, housing more than 4,500 diamond offices.

Surat Diamond Bourse (SDB), the world’s largest single complex spread over an area of 66 lakh square feet, will be ready by 2020. The gigantic structure, which will be the home to India’s second diamond trading centre, costs nearly Rs 2,400 crore. The centre includes 11 iconic towers of 11-storey height, housing more than 4,500 diamond offices, the SDB website says. The area, proposed to be a hub for all diamond trades, is expected to have 10,000 offices for national and international traders. It is expected to create more than 1.5 lakh jobs. The construction work for the complex began in October 2017.

About SDB

The SDB Diamond Bourse is not for profit organisation promoted by SBD Diamond Bourse and accommodates all buyers, manufacturers and sellers under one roof. The construction of world’s largest office building follows the best ecological standards followed worldwide.

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The structure has facilities such as Independent custom office and international banking facilities, insurance company, safe deposit vaults, diamond testing laboratories and online trading inside the bourse. After commissioning, SDB is expected to generate additional business worth Rs. 90,000 crore annually.

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Surat Diamond Bourse: Exterior View – Image Courtsey: SDB

Surat Diamond Bourse will have facilities such as Independent custom office and international banking facilities, insurance company, safe deposit vaults, diamond testing laboratories and online trading inside the bourse.

Surat Diamond Bourse: Exterior View – Image Courtsey: SDB

Surat Diamond Bourse is expected to generate additional business worth Rs 90,000 crore annually.

Surat Diamond Bourse: Exterior View – Image Courtsey: SDB

Surat Diamond Bourse will be a gigantic structure, which will be the home to India’s second diamond trading centre.

Surat Diamond Bourse: Open Area – Image Courtsey: SDB

Surat Diamond Bourse will be ready by the year 2020, and it costs nearly Rs 2,400 crore.

Surat Diamond Bourse: Recreational Area – Image Courtsey: SDB

Surat Diamond Bourse will have 11 iconic towers of 11-storey height each, housing more than 4,500 diamond offices.

Surat Diamond Bourse: Common Area – Image Courtsey: SDB

Surat Diamond Bourse, proposed to be a hub for all diamond trades, is expected to have 10,000 offices for national and international traders.

Surat Diamond Bourse: Common Amenities – Image Courtsey: SDB

It is expected to create more than 1.5 lakh jobs. The construction work for the complex began in October 2017.

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