Pier 8

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Pier 8
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Pier 8 under construction on 4 January 2008
Pier 8
General information
StatusOn hold
Location Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Coordinates 25°04′48.68″N55°08′23.46″E / 25.0801889°N 55.1398500°E / 25.0801889; 55.1398500 Coordinates: 25°04′48.68″N55°08′23.46″E / 25.0801889°N 55.1398500°E / 25.0801889; 55.1398500
Construction started2007
Estimated completion2021
Technical details
Floor count40
Design and construction
ArchitectWS Atkins & Partners

The Pier 8 is a 40-floor tower in the inner Dubai Marina in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The tower has a total structural height of 170 m (558 ft). Construction of the Pier 8 tower was expected to be completed in 2011.

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