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Omniyat complete The Binary in Business Bay

Twin-towered office buildings add 500,000 square foot of space

The Binary by Omniyat, Business Bay, Dubai
The Binary by Omniyat, Business Bay, Dubai

Developer Omniyat has received a Building Completion Certificate for its twin-towered The Binary commercial building in Dubai's Business Bay area.

The company said that the building, which is made up 500,000ft2 of office and retail space, is now ready for handover. It i the third building Omniyat has delivered in Business Bay and sits along the creek from its Zaha Hadid-designed The Opus mixed-use building which is set to be delivered in phases - with the first due for completion in Q1 2016 and an onsite hotel and serviced apartments by Q1 2017.

It added that The Binary reflects its philosphy of creating structures with a distinct visual identity, with exterior facades inspired by the binary code.

The building has five connected podium levels with a 21-storey and a 24-storey building above. Omniyat said that all of the office space in the building has already been sold. There are also 15 ground floor retail units and three basement levels with 1,218 parking bays.

Mahdi Amjad, executive chairman and CEO of the Omniyat group, said: “We are committed to Dubai’s vision of leading by design. Our newest commercial project – The Binary – is a perfect example of marrying functionality with bespoke form at the heart of Dubai’s prime locale. The completion of The Binary brings to life the evolving vision of Omniyat and sets the stage for exciting developments in the pipeline."

Omniyat said it now has completed projects worth around $817m (AED3bn), with a further $2.5bn (AED9bn) in the pipeline.

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