The magnificent story of Alladin

Inspired by the tales of Aladdin and Sindbad, the project aims to develop towers to be the icons of legends of the past with a touch of beauty and tourism characteristic of the city.

The highly-expensive project will have air-conditioned bridges with moving floor to connect the towers, driveways and parking lots for 900 cars. Moreover, the shape of the bridge that will link the buildings represents the form of exotic marine life such as dragon and snakes. In addition to this, three towers will have a built up area of 110,000 square meters with the highest tower of 34 stores. The other two towers will have 26 and 25 floors respectively.

Construction will begin next year, and although the total cost has yet to be revealed, Hussain Nasser Lootah, Director-General of Dubai Municipality, told the Future of Dubai website that it had the funds to finance the project. As a matter of fact, the towers will reach heights of 34, 26 and 25 stores, and will include offices and at least one hotel.

Overall, Dubai has given the green light to yet another outrageous building project, so very soon everyone will have a chance to become a part of the fairy-tale like in a childhood.

 

Credits photo: meinhardtgroup.com

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