Friday, April 10, 2015

Cayan Group to unveil new Dh 1billion project amidst a thrilling event

A leading real estate company, Cayan Group, is all set to host Alian Robert, a popular French climber, as Spiderman, to announce the launch of its new Dh.1billion residential and serviced apartment project in Dubai.

The launch ceremony will be held on 12th April at Grosvenor House, and Robert will attempt to a world-record climb up the twisted Cayan Tower.

The Spiderman plans to climb right from ground level to the very top of 75-storey Cayan Tower, the 307m officially declared world’s tallest twisted tower landmark by the Guinness Book of World Records in 2013.

The event will also include the official announcement of the ambitious project by the group at Dubai’s Umm Suqeim area.

The iconic project is located in proximity to several other developments like Jumeirah Village Circle, Mohammed bin Rashid City, Motor City, Dubai Hills, Arabian Ranches, all characterized by smart layouts and good benefits to make tenant’s living experience comfortable and luxurious.

The President and Chairman of Cayan, Ahmed Alhatti said that an exciting announcement such as this, had to be done amidst a thrilling event, and hence, the electrifying record-breaking climb by Alian Robert is being organized on the same day, and wished him good luck in his feat.

The event is open to all who would like to watch Spiderman in action, and they will get a clear view of Alain scaling through the building through cameras and TVs live broadcasting.

Prior to his forthcoming feat, the 52-year old Alain had made headlines around the world for having mounted some of the world’s tallest building without the help of safety ropes. Among his conquests are Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur, New York’s Empire State Building, the Eiffel Tower, Chicago’s Willis Tower, and Taipei 101 in Taiwan.

Alain was recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records for having climbed more than 100 towers, monuments and skyscrapers, without use of ropes, suction devices or safety equipment. In 2011, he also scaled the imposing Burj Khalifa, but, with ropes and safety harnesses due to compulsory safety regulations.

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