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Dubai Mixed-Use Towers

Dubai Mixed-Use Towers

16 Mar 2010
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Country: United Arab Emirates
City: Dubai
Category: Mixed Use
Project Type: Mega Projects
Project Duration:
From: Q3 2009 Estimated To: Q4 2011 Estimated
Status: Construction
The project calls for construction of Dubai Mixed-Use Towers adjacent to the Burj Dubai. The dancing sisters rise more than 210 metres. The total built up area is around 213,000 square metres.
KEO International Consultants is the main consultant, while Fentress Architects is the architecture. Arabian Construction Company (ACC) was awarded the main construction contract. Construction is in progress.
The towers were nicknamed the Spice Girls in reference to Dubai\'s role in the spice trade.
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