Sanaya Amman construction begins

Limitless has begun work on the Sanaya Amman towers, which are expected to make savings of US $2 million a year through eco-friendly initiatives.

Limitless has begun work on the Sanaya Amman towers, which are expected to make savings of US $2 million a year through eco-friendly initiatives.

Wind turbines will be installed on the project and water recycling systems are to be utilised, cutting overall water consumption by 30%. Previously called the Limitless Towers, the two buildings are expected to be the tallest in Jordan when complete.

In order for the buildings to fit in with their surroundings, a limestone façade has been fitted and the tiles will act as water heaters. Energy efficient glass is to be used on the project. The towers will be located in the Abdoun district of Amman and will be among the first in Jordan to meet world environment standards.

The building is designed to make use of the daylight during the day and illuminate the area at night. Limitless regional director Bahaa Abouhatab revealed: "The split tower design and floor to ceiling windows ensure that sunlight is filtered into every room of every apartment and guarantee panoramic views of Amman and the surrounding landscape."

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