Surat Diamond Bourse becomes world's largest office building

A new 15-story diamond industry complex larger than the Pentagon has been built in India, covering 7.1 million square feet over 35 acres of land.

The building, designed by Morphogenesis and officially opened by PM Narendra Modi, features energy-efficient technology and 4,700 office spaces.

The project cost approximately 32 billion rupees, took four years to complete, and is set to host its first occupants in November.

Save time.  Stay Informed with FYI: A short news app for working professionals.