Emaar tenders Dubai Harbour towers construction

16 September 2018
The local developer is building a series of residential towers on the man-made island

Local developer Emaar is tendering contractors for the construction of residential towers at Dubai Harbour.

Contractors have submitted bids for the contract to build Beach Vista, which involves the construction of two residential towers. The consultant is the local office of KEO International Consultants.

Emaar has also invited contractors to submit bids for the contract to build Sunrise Bay, which is made up of two residential towers. The consultant for that scheme is the local Rice Perry Ellis.

Emaar says its development at Dubai Harbour, known as Emaar Beachfront, will comprise 7,000 residential units, along with a promenade for retail and food and beverage outlets, and will have access to a 1.5 kilometre-long private sandy beach.

Emaar said in 2017 that it will develop property at the Dubai Harbour development in Dubai. It later formed a joint venture with Abu Dhabi’s Aldar Properties to develop Emaar Beachfront along with other properties in the UAE and internationally.

Dubai Harbour was launched by its master developer Meraas earlier in 2017.

The overall project includes a 1,400-berth marina as well as a cruise ship port and terminal, a 325,000 square metre (sq m) shopping mall, an events arena, residential buildings, hotels, offices, retail stores, public services, restaurants and cafes, and a 135 metre tall tower known as Dubai Lighthouse. Altogether, it will cover an area of more than 1.86 million sq m.

The masterplan integrates Skydive Dubai, Dubai International Marine Club (DIMC) and Logo Island into a single community.

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