The Mansion at Burj Khalifa

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The Mansion at Burj Khalifa
General information
StatusNever built
TypeResidential
Location Downtown Burj Dubai, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Construction started2009
Height
Roof227 m (745 ft)
Technical details
Floor count60
Design and construction
Architect Adrian Smith
Developer Emaar Properties

The Mansion at Burj Khalifa is an approved residential tower which will be built in Downtown Burj Dubai, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. [1] The tower will rise 227 metres and will have 60 floors and will contain residential apartments. The tower is structured to be constructed in concrete and will serve as a residential building. The architects involved in designing the tower are Adrian Smith and will be developed by Emaar Properties. [2]

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References

  1. CTBUH Tall Buildings Database
  2. "The Mansion at Burj Khalifa". The Skyscraper Center.