Superstructure of $22m CBC tower complete
Dubai, April 26, 2010
Memon Investments, a leading Dubai-based property developer and part of the business conglomerate, Shaikhani Group, has completed the superstructure of the Dh80 million ($21.8 million) ‘Cambridge Business Centre’ (CBC).
Company officials stated that construction of all 10 floors of its inaugural commercial venture, located in Dubai Silicon Oasis (DSO), have been complete in line with plans to deliver the tower by the second quarter of 2011.
Following the completion of majority of the block works, Cairo Contracting Company, the main contractor for the business tower is currently proceeding with the internal plaster and tile work.
“As we inch closer to the delivery of this unique commercial tower, we remain committed to our promise to our investors of a commercial space that will incorporate all the amenities to provide their business with the necessary edge and help them become more competitive and accessible to their customers,” said Ahmed Shaikhani, managing director, Memon Investments.
CBC will provide small, medium and large offices with a thematic design based on classic British architecture and fully equipped with technologically advanced facilities such as Wi-Fi technology, keyless entry and hi-speed internet connection.
The development will also house retail shops on the ground floor, banking facilities and a travel agency, in addition to a fully-serviced health club at the rooftop. Upon delivery, the 10-storey tower will offer a total built-up area of 160,000 square feet.-TradeArabia News Service