Creek project includes sphere-shaped restaurant

Venue at Dubai Creek Harbour will be food and beverage outlet

NEWS, Projects, Dubai Creek, Dubai Creek Harbour, Dubai Holding, Emaar Properties

In addition to the world’s tallest twin towers, Dubai’s latest master development will also include a sphere-shaped restaurant venue among the 8mn ft2 of retail and hospitality space planned at the Dubai Creek site.

Launched by Burj Khalifa developer Emaar Properties and investment firm Dubai Holding on Monday, renderings for the multi-million project known as Dubai Creek Harbour at The Lagoons included a sphere-shaped venue located at the end of a long pier.

Enquiries to Emaar confirmed the venue will be a food and beverage outlet but it declined to release any further details on its plans for it.

However, it appears to be similar to the 360 venue located near Jumeirah Beach Hotel and accessed via a jetty from the marina area.

The outlet will be part of plans for the master development which will include 3,664 office units, 8mn ft2 of retail and hospitality space, 39,000 residential units and 22 hotels with 4,400 rooms.

This is in addition to the centrepiece: The Dubai Twin towers, which will be the tallest twin towers in the world. 

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