|Type||Residential, office, and hotel|
|Location||Dubai, United Arab Emirates|
|Design and construction|
|Architect|| P & T Architects & Engineers Ltd. |
(Only for selected towers)
|Developer||Ilyas and Mustafa Galadari Group|
Elite Towers is a cluster of 34 towers located in the City of Arabia in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Currently, there are a few towers that are under construction; all others are approved. The tallest tower in the complex has a height of 290 m (951 ft). The number of floors for the towers range from 30 to 60. The towers in the complex consist of residential, office and hotel towers. The whole complex is a development by Ilyas and Mustafa Galadari Group.
The complex consists of 34 skyscrapers:
metres / ft
|1||I&M Tower||290 / 951||54||2009||Never construction as of November, 2015.||Residential|
|2||G-Tower||280 / 919||53||2010||On hold||Residential|
|3||Metro Tower||250 / 820||53||2009||On hold||Residential|
|4||Arabian Crowne||180 / 591||45||2008||Approved||Office and residential|
|5||Mag 220 Tower||180 / 591||45||2008||Approved||Residential|
|6||Elite Tower 1||60||2008||Approved|
|7||Elite Tower 2||60||2008||Approved|
|8||Elite Tower 3||60||2008||Approved|
|9||Elite Tower 4||60||2008||Approved|
|10||Elite Tower 10||45||2008||Approved|
|11||Elite Tower 11||45||2008||Approved|
|12||Elite Tower 12||45||2008||Approved|
|13||Elite Tower 13||45||2008||Approved|
|14||Elite Tower 14||45||2008||Approved|
|15||Elite Tower 15||45||2008||Approved|
|16||Elite Tower 16||45||2008||Approved|
|17||Elite Tower 17||45||2008||Approved|
|18||Elite Tower 18||45||2008||Approved|
|19||Elite Tower 19||45||2008||Approved|
|20||Elite Tower 20||45||2008||Approved|
|21||Elite Tower 21||45||2008||Approved|
|22||Elite Tower 22||45||2008||Approved|
|23||Elite Tower 23||45||2008||Approved|
|24||Elite Tower 24||45||2008||Approved|
|25||Wadi Tower||33||2008||Under construction|
|26||Elite Tower 26||30||2008||Approved|
|27||Elite Tower 27||30||2008||Approved|
|28||Elite Tower 28||30||2008||Approved|
|29||Elite Tower 29||30||2008||Approved|
|30||Elite Tower 30||30||2008||Approved|
|31||Elite Tower 31||30||2008||Approved|
|32||Elite Tower 32||30||2008||Approved|
|33||Elite Tower 33||30||2008||Approved|
|34||Elite Tower 34||30||2008||Approved|
* Table entries without text indicate that information regarding building heights, and/or use has not yet been released.
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