|Location||Dubai Marina, Dubai.|
|Estimated completion||10 August 2016|
|Roof||268 metres (879 ft)|
|Design and construction|
|Developer||Marina Arcade Real Estate LLC (consultant Al Ajmi Engineering Consultants LLC)|
|Main contractor||Al Rostamani Pegel LLC|
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