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Al Hekma Tower

Al Hekma Tower
General information
Status Under construction[1][2]
Type Office
Location Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Construction started 2006
Estimated completion 2013
Opening 2013[3]
Height
Roof 282 metres (925 ft).[4][5]
Technical details
Floor count 64 (2 floors below ground)
Design and construction
Architect Arex Engg. Consultants[6]
Developer H.H. Shaikh Issa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan

The Al Hekma Tower is a 64-floor tower under construction along Sheikh Zayed Road in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Construction of the Al Hekma Tower started in 2006, while it was kept on hold in 2009 however the construction resumed in summer 2010.[7] Sheikh Issa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan and his holding company Pearl Properties, will be spearheading development efforts. Once completed the tower will be 282 metres (925 ft) tall.

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External links

  • Emporis
  • Skyscrapercity
  • CTBUH.com
  • Skyscraperpage.com


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