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One More Prestigious Feather in Dubai’s Cap, Burj 2020

29/7/2021

“Designing a world-class destination of this scale will set new levels of efficiency and urban sustainability and we are confident that our partners, in delivering the Burj 2020 District and Tower, will create a new address for the global business community of the future, right here in Dubai.”

Plans are underway in Dubai for the tallest commercial building on the planet, to be known at Burj 2020. To be built close to Jumeirah Lakes Towers, the record-breaking structure will be the centre piece of a new district by the same name, currently in the planning phase with international firm WATG.

Master Developer DMCC said: “Designing a world-class destination of this scale will set new levels of efficiency and urban sustainability and we are confident that our partners, in delivering the Burj 2020 District and Tower, will create a new address for the global business community of the future, right here in Dubai.” The whole district will span 1.3 million square meters of commercial, retail and hotel space. The highlight is said to be a 360-degree observation deck at the top of the Tower.

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