Monday, October 15, 2007

Tameer announces 73 storey skyscraper worth Dh.7bn in Abu Dhabi

Tameer, the Sharjah-based real estate developer has announced the construction of a 73 storey skyscraper 'Tameer Towers' worth Dh.7 billion in Abu Dhabi. It is a mixed-use development which is located on prime location on Shams, between the sea and the Central Park.

Tameer TowersThe development, apart from the state-of-the-art commercial skyscraper, also includes, four well-designed residential towers, serviced apartment building, a seven star luxury hotel, stepped villas and townhouses, a canal and promenade with dining and retail grounds with plenty of parking space and amenities, and a private marina.

The project has been designed by Gensler, the largest and well-renowned architectural firm in the world. The project consists of a gorgeously designed 73-storey international commercial tower which is more than 3000 feet, supported by a 640 foot prismatic atrium. The structure towers over the canal, which passes through its two legs, meets the private marina of the building, together forming a remarkable architectural masterpiece.

The tower provides the ultimate in flexibility with an option of customized offices or floors, with VIP offices in the upper 20 floors, in addition to services offices and executive floors that have their own private entrances and elevators. Also there are four residential towers of varying heights that surround the interior finishing and the luxurious design.

The Managing Director of Tameer in Abu Dhabi, Dr. Abdallah Shaaban, says "Tameer's foray into the UAE's capital property market was coincidental with the launch of the seven-star Tameer Towers project, one of the few developments in Abu Dhabi, providing freehold title to buyers of all nationalities. We are proud to launch this project for investors from all around the world and residents of Abu Dhabi, who would like to be associated with such prime property. The commercial tower will re-define the manner of conducting a business, while the residential towers will offer a lifestyle that cannot be found elsewhere in the world."

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