Monday, May 28, 2007

Dubai skyline expected to have six 'super-towers'

Dubai skyline is expected to have atleast six "super-towers" with more than hundred habitable floors, which is much more than any other city in the world.

The six super towers include the Burj Al Alam (expected to have 108 floors), Burj Dubai (continuing beyond 126 floors), Pantominium (120 storeys), Al Burj (180 to 200 floors), the Princess Tower (107 floors) and Marina 101 (with 101 floors).

These towers are in various stages of construction and Burj Dubai, expected to be the tallest tower in the world, is continuing progress adding a floor a week, and three others are in early stages of construction. The work of Al Burj, is likely to begin only on completion of the Burj Dubai tower.

On the whole, Dubai will continue to shine as the only city to have six super towers, which will boost the image of Dubai as one among the world's mega-cities, not only in terms of height, but also in design quality, aesthetics and beauty.

Dancing Towers, Dubai Towers and Burj Al Arab, is likely to be remembered for their towering heights and is likely to be well-known among tourists for their aesthetic appeal.

Dubai is considered to have the maximum number of skyscrapers and towers under construction, in terms of development, taking into consideration hundreds in Shaikh Zayed Road, and more than 1850 at the Dubai World Central Airport City.

By 2015, Dubai will rise to the position of being the only city to have "six super-towers" to its credit, making it the only city to possess so many towers of more than hundred storey on completion.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Do you have any of the apartment complexes built by Ayess Industries International housing as I hear they are building or suppose to be building five apartment complex's that are suppose to surprise the world with the looks and concept and the first of its kind for apartment complex's in the world. Also be more affordable for those people who are making under $60,000 a year. So the pricing suppose to start at around $40,000 per unit on up.