EP 09 Towers

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EP 09 Towers
General information
StatusProposed
Location Jumeirah Garden City Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Technical details
Floor count
  • Tower 1: 37 floors
  • Tower 2: 37 floors
  • Tower 3: 37 floors
  • Tower 4: 34 floors
  • Tower 5: 34 floors
  • Tower 6: 34 floors
Design and construction
Architect Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture.
Developer Meraas

EP 09 Towers is a complex of six towers spreading across a built-up area of 450,000 square meters. The mixed-use community will have one residential community and the other two which include retail, commercial, and entertainment amenities. All these towers will be connected at the base, but separated above by a distance spanning 175 meters. The energy-efficient buildings will open up to landscaped roof, garden and podium. The energy save by one tower could be passed on the other, and hence the buildings will complement the use of energy.

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