|Location||Plot No. 392 - 198,Dubai Marina, UAE|
|Antenna spire||445 m (1,460 ft)|
|Top floor||378 m (1,240 ft)|
|Floor area||111,493 m2 (1,200,100 sq ft)|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||National Engineering Bureau|
|Developer||Emaar Properties, Gulf General Investment Company PSC|
|Structural engineer||National Engineering Bureau|
|Main contractor||Al Qabdah Building Contracting|
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