Concrete Work on Dubai’s Palm Tower Passes 80 Percent Mark

Posted on Monday, February 12, 2018
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Nakheel’s Palm Tower on Dubai’s Palm Jumeirah has passed the 80 percent mark in terms of concrete work, with 42 floors complete and the remaining eight residential floors to be delivered in Q3 this year.

Located at the heart of the Palm Jumeirah, the luxury Palm Tower will have 50 floors of hotel and residential accommodation, topped off by one of the world’s highest rooftop infinity pools, a 51st-level restaurant complex and 52nd-floor public viewing deck.

Soaring 240 meters above the island, The Palm Tower comprises a 289-room St. Regis hotel, 432 luxury residences, and an array of dining and leisure facilities. The hotel will occupy the first 18 floors, with fully furnished studios and one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments on the upper floors.

The Palm Tower’s star attraction is its rooftop dining and leisure complex, from which residents and the public can marvel at the panoramic views across Palm Jumeirah, the Arabian Gulf, and Dubai’s world-famous skyline.

The rooftop complex includes a 50th-floor infinity pool, 210 meters above ground, bordering all four sides of the building, as well as a fine-dining restaurant and a public viewing deck, accessible from Nakheel Mall, a new retail and dining destination connected to The Palm Tower, also under construction.

Hotel guests and residents at The Palm Tower will also enjoy priority access to the luxury St. Regis Beach Club, part of Nakheel’s Palm West Beach complex, on Palm Jumeirah.

Also on the doorstep is Al Ittihad Park, the UAE’s first indigenous park, spanning 1.1 million square feet (102,193 square meters) across the heart of Palm Jumeirah.

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