Entisar Tower

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Entisar Tower
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Entisar Tower
General information
StatusOn hold
Construction started2016 [1]
Estimated completionTBA
Roof570 m (1,870 ft)
Technical details
Floor count121
Design and construction
ArchitectAE7 Associates [2]
DeveloperMeydan Group
Main contractorEl Seif Engineering Contracting Company [3]

Entisar Tower is a skyscraper to be built as a centrepiece of Dubai Meydan City, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It will have 121 floors for various purposes. [4]


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  2. http://ae-7.com//
  3. http://www.el-seif.com.sa/project.php?id=94&lang=0
  4. "Entisar Tower - The Skyscraper Center". www.skyscrapercenter.com. Retrieved 2020-02-19.