The Palm Tower soars 240 metres above Palm Jumeirah.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
The Palm Tower, Nakheel’s new 52-storey landmark development on Dubai’s Palm Jumeirah, is now almost 95 per cent complete, with all components due to open by October this year.
According to Nakheel, the Palm Tower soars 240 metres above Palm Jumeirah.
Already in its advanced stages of fit-out, the exterior of the building has been completed.
The tower offers sweeping, uninterrupted views of the island, the Arabian Gulf and the Dubai skyline - and amenities for residents and visitors.
The building comprises 432 luxury, fully furnished residences, due for handover from October this year, and a 290-room St. Regis hotel, opening this summer.
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