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Dubai Mixed-Use Towers

Dubai Mixed-Use Towers
General information
Status Topped-out
Type Mixed Use
Location Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Construction started 2007
Estimated completion 2013
Owner H.H. Saeed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan
Antenna spire 200 metres (656 ft)[1]
Technical details
Floor count 53 storey Hotel Tower
61 Storey Residential Tower
Design and construction
Architect Fentress Architects
Main contractor Arabian Construction Company(Acc)
MAPCO L.L.C (Sub-Contractor)

The Dubai Mixed-Use Towers, also referred to as the Dancing Sisters (and nicknamed the Spice Girls in reference to both Dubai’s role in the spice trade and the musicality of the design) are consist of 53 storey hotel tower and a 61 storey residential tower located adjacent to Burj Khalifa in Downtown Dubai, Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The towers rise over 200 metres (656 ft), one convex, one concave, and comprise 2,297,800 square feet (213,470 m2) of mixed use space, including a five star Biltmore Hotel Suites Tower, 250 luxury rental residences with services and amenities, prime corporate office space, conference centers,retail shops, restaurants, hospitality and entertainment areas.[2][3]

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