Daman announces Dubai tower launch
Dubai, February 14, 2013
Dubai-based Daman Investments has announced that its latest real estate development at the Dubai International Financial Center, the Burj Daman, is now officially open for business.
Following the handover of the property’s 15-floor office tower in November last year, the Burj Daman is now poised to welcome local and global companies to their prestigious new home at the heart of Dubai’s renowned financial district, said a company statement.
Daman Investments has appointed Harbor Real Estate, a leading real estate brokerage company, as its exclusive agent to market and lease office, residential and commercial spaces in the Burj Daman.
As the Burj Daman’s 680,000 sq ft of Grade A office space comes online, the newest addition to the Dubai commercial real estate market sets a new standard for office environments in the UAE with its pioneering mix of cutting-edge technologies, groundbreaking architecture and state-of-the-art facilities nestled in an ambience of sophistication and luxury.
Designed with efficiency as one of its cornerstones, the Burj Daman aims to provide optimum levels of flexibility, space utilization and functionality.
Shehab Gargash, the managing director at Daman Investments, said, “We have been meticulous in our planning for the Burj Daman. Our vision was to create an iconic address for business, living and leisure in Dubai. With its contemporary architecture, distinctive styling and unique design, we believe that the Burj Daman has delivered on that vision.”
The key features of the Burj Daman include its column-free office floors, each covering a massive area of 50,000 sq ft, a glass curtain-wall façade system that gives spaciousness and natural lighting while providing picturesque views across the DIFC Gate complex, Burj Khalifa, Zabeel area and beyond.
An automatic vehicle stacking and delivery system, capable of holding 876 cars, sets the Burj Daman apart from any other business tower in Dubai as it minimizes time consumed to park and retrieve vehicles while providing an additional layer of safety and security, said Gargash.
"A total of 2,360 parking spaces within the complex make the Burj Daman ready and able to accommodate an influx of visitors, shoppers, hotel guests, business tenants and residents in the development," he noted.
Mohanad Alwadiyah, the managing director of Harbor Real Estate, considers the Burj Daman to represent an unprecedented opportunity for corporations to establish their brands in an esteemed location such as the DIFC.
“The opportunities presented by the Burj Daman do not come along every day,” remarked Alwadiyah.
“It is a prestigious address in the DIFC that offers businesses the utmost in space utilization, flexibility and accessibility delivered by smart adoption of technology and complemented by a level of quality that is rarely seen in Dubai. Harbor Real Estate is absolutely delighted to be part of this project,” he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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