is a historic privately owned building in Mumbai
that serves as the head office of the Tata Group
."." Tata Group
. Retrieved on 20 January 2011. "Contact Bombay House 24, Homi Mody Street Fort, Mumbai 400 001 India."
Situated near Flora Fountain
it was completed in 1924 and has been the Tata Group's headquarters ever since. The building is a four story colonial structure built with Malad
stone, and was designed by architect George Wittet
, who later became the head of Tata Engineering Company Limited, now Tata Motors
A plot of ground measuring was put up by the Bombay Municipality for sale in Bombay and then purchased by the Tata Group. It was observed that the various Tata concerns could not be accommodated in Navsari
buildings and Navsari Chambers which they had been occupying since 1904.
On 9 February 2011, a major fire broke out in the Bombay House, causing three deaths and one injury. IBNLive , INBLive
, February 9, 2011, February 9, 2011.