Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Tameer's Princess Tower progressing as scheduled

Princess Tower Dubai
Tameer Holding, a pioneer property developer, has announced that its 107-storey luxury residential tower, the Princess Tower, located in Dubai Marina, has successfully completed 30 storeys, and is progressing as scheduled.

The Princess Tower (also known as Al Ameera Tower) is one of the many freehold towers in Dubai Marina, opposite to Jumeirah Lake Towers, adjacent to American University of Dubai. It is positioned on the same side of marina, as that of Dubai Marina Towers, in close proximity to the Torch Tower. On completion, the Princess Tower is hoped to be one of the tallest all-residential buildings in the world, standing high at 414 meters.

The Princess Tower, covering 37,410 square feet of space, rising more than 400 meters in height, would be the world's tallest residential building, with a total of 100 storeys. It includes 750 luxury residential apartments, including double, triple and four bedrooms apart from duplex villas and penthouses.
Among the other amenities at the Princess Tower are the gymnasium, swimming pools, a sauna club, child day-care, private car parking area and prayers area, for each resident apart from luxurious reception area.

The Princess Tower will be the most expensive apartments in the world, costing about US$85,000,000.00. The ground floor of the building (the entrance hall), will be glided with white gold, one of the most rare and expensive type in the world. This will be supplemented with opals, diamonds, sapphires, rubies and crystals.

The Managing Director of Tameer Dubai, Abdul Hamid Moukayed, said "Despite the difficulties experienced by real estate and construction sectors, such as the rising costs of material and labour, apart from increasing competition for contractors, construction on the Princess Tower is progressing as scheduled. The tower would be a testament to strengthen Tameer's position as the most trusted in the property sector."

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