Tiara United Towers

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Tiara United Towers
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Tiara United Towers under construction in December 2007
Tiara United Towers
General information
Status Topped-out
TypeOffice, Hotel, Residential
Location Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Coordinates 25°11′14.81″N55°15′29.56″E / 25.1874472°N 55.2582111°E / 25.1874472; 55.2582111 Coordinates: 25°11′14.81″N55°15′29.56″E / 25.1874472°N 55.2582111°E / 25.1874472; 55.2582111
Construction started2006
Estimated completion2020
Opening2020
OwnerWasl
Height
Roof194 metres (636 ft)
Technical details
Floor count47
Design and construction
ArchitectADPi
DeveloperWasl

The Tiara United Towers is a pair of two-floor towers in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Each tower is to have a total structural height of 225 metres (738 ft). Construction of the Tiara United Towers was scheduled to be completed in 2009 but construction was not complete as of January 2011.

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