Emaar Properties complements the
impressive business growth of Dubai by adding new commercial space
at Downtown Burj Dubai with
which also form a spectacular addition to the Dubai skyline.
Emaar is launching the first of two towers, the 36-storey
Tower 1, on Sunday, May 15, 2007. Amlak Finance, Abu Dhabi
Commercial Bank and Dubai Islamic Bank are offering easy finance
1 will have only a maximum of four tenants in the exclusive office
floors from Level 8 to 33. The top three levels will serve as
spacious executive full floors while the lower and podium levels
will have a mix of offices, retail facilities and parking spaces.
'Downtown Burj Dubai is adding more commercial space to meet the
increasing demand for prime office space in the heart of Dubai,'
said Mr Saif Al Mansoori, Assistant Director, Marketing, Emaar
Properties. 'Response to the office space offered by Burj Dubai
Square and The Old Town Island has been encouraging.
will be an added draw for regional and international businesses
looking for a central location in Dubai that also features
residences, hotels and retail facilities in close proximity.'
will build on the elegant architectural mix that surrounds Burj
a 3.5 km, 73-metre circular thoroughfare with restaurants, retail
outlets and fashion stores. The towers are inspired by the veils and
layers of traditional Islamic architecture and will be a spectacular
structure clad in glass, metal and stone skin. As they rise, the
towers bend inward to form two deep-shadowed arches offering
sweeping views of Downtown Burj Dubai.
'The selling point for office space today is accessibility,' added
Mr Al Mansoori. 'Boulevard
Plaza is located at the
intersection of major road transport and metro rail routes and is
near Burj Dubai, on its course to become the world's tallest tower;
Burj Dubai Square; the Dubai International Financial Centre and the
Dubai World Trade Centre.'
The tower will have luxury interiors and modern amenities including
fully-controllable air-conditioning, fire-alarm and fire-fighting
systems and hi-speed internet access. More than 2,100 parking spaces
in nine floors will address parking issues and there will be
pedestrian links to the Dubai Metro. The Podium
on the seventh level will have retail and food & beverage outlets.