The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat, which tracks latest trends in the high-rises domain, is holding a conference in Dubai from October 20. It will analyze Dubai’s reach for the skies in terms of further high-rise building construction momentum.
The Tower being constructed at the Dubai Creek Harbor is said to overtake the Burj Khalifa by many metres upon completion, though the exact height of the world’s new tallest building has not been revealed to date. The current highest global building Burj Khalifa has 828 metres in height.
But there are much more of the tall (over 200 metres) and the super-tall (more than 300 metres) towers almost ready to shape the new skyline of the ‘future city’. Among them there is the tallest all-residential Dubai One tower currently being built at the Meydan One in
Some new projects on Shaikh Zayed Road being delivered by Azizi and Entisar are said to rise 570 metres up. The master developer of the
Dubai currently has 21 entries among the 100 tallest completed buildings.
According to the construction industry sources, the area adjacent to Dubai World Trade Centre is also being shaped with super-talls, like One Za’abeel twin-tower having 330 metres in tall and constructed by the government-owned Ithra Dubai. Apart from that, there will be a cantilever connecting the two structures at 100 metres height.
The Canal extension had also revived developers’ push back into going vertical. Because there were limited number of plots available by the water, it did make sense for them to try and reach for the skies. And some of these future developments could just breach the super-tall status.
Meanwhile, the 200 metres plus benchmark matching the simply tall structures according to CTBUH classification will be quite a few to rise in Dubai. The only brightest addition to this category will be Nakheel’s 260 metres-high Palm360. It will feature Dubai’s second Raffles Hotel and occupies a key spot on the Palm waterfront. Another Nakheel’s high-rise, the Palm Tower with a height of 220 metres is due for completion next year.
The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat 2018 conference being hosted in Dubai these days, will determine further high-rises construction vector in Dubai’s real estate domain, as well as sum up the current trends in the industry. To be aware of the most notable conference results stay tuned to our news and subscribe to our newsletter. And to buy or rent an apartment in a high-rise with breathtaking view of the Dubai skyline come up or contact IMEX Real Estate at:
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