Tameer Princess construction on track
Dubai, November 17, 2009
Tameer Holding Investment, a leading real estate developer in the Middle East, said the work on its key project Princess Tower was progressing as per schedule.
Princess Tower, the highest residential skyscraper located in Dubai Marina which will have a total of 107 floors, has reached its 65th floor level and core level 75.
Commenting on the progress, Federico Tauber, president of Tameer Holding Investment said, “We are dedicated and extremely focused on developing projects that meet the highest level of expectations and offer the best in luxury and comfort to our customers.'
'The Princess Tower once complete, will be a significant landmark in the Dubai Marina area and the UAE, and we are committed to ensuring the success and timely delivery of this project,' he added.
'The residents of the tower will have a panoramic view of the surrounding area, namely The Palm Jumeirah with the majestic Atlantis Hotel, Burj Dubai, the Dubai Marina, Dubai Sailing Club, reputed hotels, the sandy beaches and the endless horizon,' he noted.
'In addition an abundant amount of private parking spaces are provided for occupants however, for those that prefer to use public transport, the Al Sofouh Tram will have a line adjacent to the building making the Princess Tower accessible to the Marina Mall, Mall of the Emirates and the Dubai Metro,' Tauber added.
Occupying an area of 37,410 sq ft, the tower houses a large selection of luxury two, three and four bedroom residential apartments, duplex villas and high-end penthouses.
The 107 floors of The Princess Tower are a combination of luxury apartments, retail sales outlets, sports and recreational clubs.
Located amongst other prominent projects such as The Palm, Burj Al Arab, Madinat Jumeirah and The World Island, The Princess Tower offers its customers state-of-the-art facilities, high-quality finishes, well-designed interiors and a wide range of recreational facilities.-TradeArabia News Service
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