a Dubai property development company, has given approval to the concept designs of 14 of the 78
towers planned at Jumeirah Lake Towers, the ultramodern commercial and residential complex that is being constructed on
the eastern side of Sheikh Zayed Road, between Interchange No. 5 and 6.
Of the 41 concept designs submitted by plot purchasers and created by leading world-renowned consultants, 14 towers were approved as they conformed to
construction guidelines and regulations set by Nakheel.
“Jumeirah Lake Towers is an exclusive water front project from Nakheel offering interesting investment opportunities as well as ultra modern lifestyle to people from all
over the world,” said Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem, Executive Chairman, Nakheel. “As the project will consist of contemporary high rise buildings for commercial and
residential use, our focus is on creating a distinctive ambience for all occupants. We have therefore attached high priority to the design element, in order to ensure an
equal blend of aesthetics and elegance.”
Jumeirah Lake Towers is being developed on an area of 1,144,579 square metres and is adjacent to another signature development, Jumeirah Islands. A winding,
man-made lake stretching to 249,998 square metres will create a unique water front environment and provide stunning views from all sides.
“Jumeirah Lake Towers is an all encompassing business and residential high rise development which is inspired by Nakheel’s vision to create landmark projects in
Dubai. To this end, Nakheel has already launched two of its own residential towers within the development” said Sulayem. “Infrastructure solutions on offer in Jumeirah
Lake Towers are of such scale and magnitude that the project had to be carefully planned solutions in order to live up to the expectations of investors. Careful attention
to detail is the starting point of our obsession with quality. The rest of the elements will be unfolded as the complex starts taking shape in the coming months.”
The Dubai Metals and Commodities Centre (DMCC) recently launched three towers at Jumeirah Lake Towers. Named ‘Almas’, ‘Au’ and ‘Elaf’, the towers have been
conceptualised and designed to address specific requirements. The 64 - storey, highly secure Almas tower is meant for regional and international diamond communities
and will be home to the Dubai Diamond Exchange. While the Au tower is designed for the gold and jewellery market participants and will be the base of the Dubai Gold
and Commodities Exchange, the Elaf Tower is designed specifically for commodities trade.
The Jumeirah Lake Towers project consists of 26 clusters of high-rise buildings, with each cluster featuring towers of 35, 40 and 45 storeys, amidst picturesque lakes
and lush landscaping including a 64-storey skyscraper, which will be built on its own island. Nakheel had recently launched two 40-storey residential towers ‘Nakheel
Flamingo’ and ‘Nakheel Falcon’ in the development. Each of the towers have a three storeyed underground parking facility for up to 400 cars, in addition to extensive
retail facilities located at its base.
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