Another tower planned for Maritime City

26 October 2008
Local developer East & West plans to build a residential tower at Dubai Maritime City.

Known as Seagull Tower, it will be a 46-storey tower with a five-level podium. It will have a total gross floor area of about 76,000 square metres.

East & West is the real estate division of the local Das Holding.

The project is the latest building project planned for Dubai Maritime City. Selected contractors have been invited to express interest in the contract to build the Creek Towers & Plaza development at Dubai Maritime City.

The project involves the construction of five towers of up to 30 floors, sitting on top of two five-level podiums. The total built-up area is 650,000 square metres. Dubai Maritime City is the client (MEED 21:10:08).

Similarly, Kensington Global Investments has invited selected contractors to express interest in a contract to build a commercial tower at Dubai Maritime City.

Known as the Kensington Krystal, the 36-storey tower will be shaped to resemble the letter K and will have the external appearance of a black crystal. The total built-up area will be about 110,000 square metres.

Hong Kong-based P&T Architects & Engineers is the consultant.
Dubai Maritime City is a 2.2 million square metre mixed-use development designed to serve the maritime industry.

It is located between Port Rashid and Dubai Dry Docks. Other areas of the city include an industrial precinct and harbour offices.

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