The Andhra Pradesh Industrial Infrastructure Corporation Tower (abbreviated as APIIC Tower) is a supertallskyscraper planned for construction in Hyderabad, India. At a height of and 100 storeys, it is the second tallest building in construction in India after India Tower in Mumbai. It will be the tallest building in India on completion since India Tower is scheduled to complete in 2016. The tower is to be part of a business district in the Manchirevula suburb of Hyderabad. The tower will house corporates, hotels, and other establishments.
The bustling city had previously faced problems with the construction of highrises due to lack of space and fire safety concerns in its congested downtown. The state government set up a special trade development project, which has a minimum building construction limit of 30 floors to address this problem and promote the city as the business hub of south India.
Along with the trade tower, another 10–12 high rises of 30 storeys or more are proposed to be built in this business district. Reliance Infrastructure won the contract to construct this Rs.6400-crore ($ 3 billion) project.