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The next iconic building in Dubai Skyline | One Za'abeel

The Property Addict / Architecture & Design

United Arab Emirates / Dubai

May 01 2018

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Dubai’s skyline is transforming thanks to its latest grand design, One Za’abeel, featuring the world’s largest cantilever.

With lofty asymmetric towers and imposing glass skyscrapers reflecting the deep blue of the desert sky, Dubai is a majestic monument to the modern age.

And now real estate developer Ithra Dubai is adding a new chapter to the story of this famous skyline with a stunning new mixed-use development, One Za’abeel. Consisting of two towers linked by its 210m panoramic sky concourse, the development will stand proudly between the old and new business districts of the city. 

Construction of the landmark project, which was designed by Japanese architects Nikken Sekkei, is already underway and is due to be completed in 2020 as part of the city’s long-term development plan. 

"Our aim is to not only add another beautiful feature to Dubai’s skyline. One Za’abeel will add value to Dubai and its inhabitants. It presents a new kind of sustainable development for residents, tenants and visitors of Dubai alike that revolves around offering an elevated lifestyle." - Director and CEO, Issam Galadari,

The towers will seamlessly fuse luxury residences and an ultra-luxury hotel with offices and retail areas. Suspended 100m above the ground, the dramatic 210m panoramic sky concourse is the world’s largest cantilever and will house restaurants and bars, event space and an observation deck. 

For Galadari, the 480,000 sqm project is a beacon of prosperity, symbolising the ambitious and pioneering spirit of Dubai:

“With its remarkable scale, form and function, One Za’abeel will resonate the world over as the symbol of a prosperous Dubai.”

SOURCE: Knight Frank

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