Tameer completes superstructure on Dubai tower
Dubai, May 15, 2011
Tameer Holding, a leading property developer in the Middle East, has completed the superstructure on its 91-storey Elite Residence project in Dubai Marina.
The superstructure rises to a height of 355m, with the tower set to reach a final height of 381m.
The Dh1.7 billion ($463 million) project is on track to be completed later this year, with construction on the tower having reached the final floor. Till now the structure for the Elite Residence has used 85,000 cubic metres of concrete and 21,000 tons of steel. Construction during its peak progressed at a speed of up to 6 floors per month on typical floors.
“When complete the tower will stand at 381 metres which will position it as one of the tallest residential buildings in Dubai and the world, and it will undoubtedly be one of the most sought after residential properties in the area,” said Federico Tauber, president of Tameer.
The 91 storey tower includes, four basements, a gymnasium, three swimming pools, recreation areas, sauna and steam rooms, jacuzzi’s, a children's play area, a multi-function room, a luxury reception and 24-hour security. The project provides a mixture of 1 and 2 bedroom apartments, and 3 and 4 bedroom penthouses, with a total of 697 apartments capable of housing 1,500 residents.
Elite Residence is located in Dubai Marina and enjoys panoramic views over The Palm Jumeirah and Marina and is just minutes away from Dubai Marina Mall, Mall of the Emirates, and industry free zones Dubai Media City, Dubai Internet City and Jebel Ali.
Additionally, the high-rise residential tower offers easy access to the Dubai Metro Red Line and is situated steps away from The Walk at Jumeirah Beach Residence with its abundance of quality hotels, restaurants and boutiques, in addition to an open beach with water sports facilities.-TradeArabia News Service
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