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A new skyscraper has been added to the Dubai skyline as the Rolex Tower becomes the latest building to offer both residential and commercial real estate opportunities in the Middle East.
Designed by renowned architecture experts Skidmore, Owings and Merrill, the tower is located right in the heart of Dubai’s main business district and incorporates 25 floors of two and three-bedroom apartments, as well as 30 floors of office space to rent.
The Chicago-based architects behind the Rolex Tower were also responsible for designing the Burj Khalifa, currently the tallest building the world, and New Providence Wharf in London’s Docklands.
Delivering the building was down to the Dubai Contracting Company (DCC), who’ve been involved in a number of similarly large-scale constructions across the city in recent years.
“Our mandate was to achieve the highest levels of distinction from both a residential and commercial perspective, and to create the benchmark in our portfolio of turn-key properties,” explained Abdallah Yabroudi, chief executive of DCC.
“With custom-designed interiors, superior materials and a unique architectural design, the Rolex Tower is a work of art that is reflective of the impeccable standards that have been set by Ahmed Seddiqi & Sons.”
Seddiqi & Sons backed the development financially and decided to name the tower Rolex because of their long-standing relationship with the world-famous watchmaker, being as they are one of the Middle East’s leading time-piece retailers.
Abdul Hamied Seddiqi, vice chairman of Ahmed Seddiqi & Sons, said: “The launch of the Rolex Tower demonstrates our conviction that quality and service are among the most vital considerations whether buying a watch, finding a home, or building a business.”
The Burj Khalifa is an unmissable landmark in downtown Dubai, standing some 828m tall on Sheikh Zayed Road, the same route through the city on which the Rolex Tower has now been established.