Tameer delivers new Business Bay tower
Dubai, November 4, 2012
Tameer, a leading property developer in the Middle East, has completed the delivery of its 33-storey Regal Tower in Business Bay, a much sought-after business address Dubai.
With clear visibility and direct access to Sheikh Zayed Road and within a walking distance of the Business Bay metro station, Regal Tower is strategically located to establish and enhance business interests. In addition, it is harmoniously situated to offer panoramic views of Dubai skyline, lake and inland waterways, a statement said.
Federico Tauber, president of Tameer said: “We are very pleased to announce the completion of our second project in Burj Khalifah District/Business Bay – Regal Tower – and the building is now ready for occupancy. Our valued customers will now be able to take possession of their premises and start their fit-out works at their convenience.”
Regal Tower features a mixture of 258 spacious shell and core offices contained within 33 floors offering ample and convenient car parking, a spacious reception and lobby, dedicated meeting rooms and multi-functional spaces, eight high-speed elevators, a range of retailers and a cafeteria in addition to gymnasium, prayer rooms, a putting range and a well designed, tranquil landscaped podium including prominent water fountains.
“The project’s sophisticated sky-blue exterior presents an ultra-chic aesthetic which exemplifies modern business practices through architecture. Similarly the interiors have been designed to make optimum use of space and light where every detail has been carefully planned,” Tauber said.
“Incorporating a vibrant area of retail and leisure facilities, Regal Tower is a highly desirable and relaxing place to work and for after-hours networking and socializing,” he added. – TradeArabia News Service
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