New mixed-used tower to ease office-space demand in Dubai
The establishment of the 'West Bay Tower' project in Dubai will significantly ease demand for office space in the emirate, a trend which has led to a surge in Dubai's construction industry across prime locations across Dubai.
Construction of the $88 million 28-storey tower, located in Dubai's Business Bay on Shaikh Zayed Road, is set to begin in the fourth quarter of 2006, according to Khaleej Times.
The West Bay Towers are comprised of total of 75,702 square meters of floor space, providing tenants with ample parking space including four basement floor and three podium floor ventilated parking areas.
In addition, the new development project will offer 21 floors of office space, with the top office units being surrounded by luxurious terraces overlooking the prestigious Business Bay.
The ground floor of the tower will be accessible via a shaded public area which leads into the tower's main lobby. The well-equipped lobby area will feature a retail shopping center with space for a minimum of five retail outlets.
Residents and visitors will also be able to enjoy a restaurant and café with outdoor seating on the podium level, as well as recreational and fitness area with a fully equipped gymnasium and outdoor swimming pools.
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