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Dubai Pearl

Duh bai Pearl
General information
Status Under construction
Coordinates
Construction started 2009
Estimated completion 2016[1]
Height
Roof 300 m (984 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 73
Floor area 1.85 million square metres
Design and construction
Developer Al Habtoor Engineering Enterprises, and Leighton Contractors

Dubai Pearl is a 73 story , 300 m (984 ft), tall residential skyscraper under construction along Al Sufouh Road in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It consists of four mixed-use towers connected together at the base and by a sky bridge at the top. Construction is set for completion in 2016.[2]

The structural design was carried out by Dubai based engineering firm e-Construct* [3]

Construction was started in 2009, and the project will cost $4 billion (Dh14.6 billion). Once completed Dubai Pearl will accommodate 9,000 residents and its commercial sector will employ 12,000 people.

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.skyscrapercenter.com/dubai/dubai-pearl-tower/524/
  2. ^ http://www.skyscrapercenter.com/dubai/dubai-pearl-tower/524/
  3. ^ [1], Dubai Pearl Consultants

External links

  • Dubai Pearl Official Project
  • Emporis.com
  • Dubaipearl.com
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