posted on 01/10/2012: 811 views
The Dubai Municipality on Sunday unveiled the proposal for a one-million-square-foot building complex that is likely to add to the architectural attraction of the emirate soon.
The project, the image of which was revealed to the media, is envisioned as a multi-purpose complex that houses shopping complexes, corporate offices and residential flats to be located in Al Gharoud area.
The Buildings Department of the civic body has completed the initial study for the project and has sent its report for detailed consultation and deliberations, Head of the Building Permits Section Yousuf Abdullah said in a press statement.
He said the new edifice will add much more colour to the already acclaimed international attraction of Dubai.
"It consists of 70 shops, 25 offices and 280 residential flats ranging between 1,600 to 2,400 square feet in size. The complex will also have 580 parking lots, facilitating visitors and inmates,” the official said.
However, he did not clarify when the project is likely to get a go-ahead from the authorities concerned. – Khaleej Times
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