Dubai Wharf construction is underway

Dubai Wharf construction is underway

Work at Dubai Wharf has begun and is progressing as schedule, says real estate developer Dubai Properties (DP).

The DP website states: “The contemporary architecture used throughout Dubai Wharf presents a stone exterior with a large proportion of glazing and wooden textured shading used to soften the overall look and feel while playing a functional role of the building’s climate control.  In line with the natural ebb and flow characteristics of the creek environment, two of the towers feature eight floors while the remaining towers feature seven floors, giving a ridged impression from an Ariel view.

“Unit interiors feature deluxe finishes with high quality porcelain ceramic tiles, wooden doors, and marble and granite topped work surfaces and vanity counters. Recreation areas offer a pool and a state of the art gym on the podium level overlooking the canal system with green spaces created to ensure a relaxed living experience for each of the four towers.”

Work began in November 2014 and approximately 10% of the construction of the development in Culture Village is complete, including enabling and substructure works. The project is situated on the banks of Dubai Creek, and the 370 hectare masterplan calls for commercial, residential and retail sectors to be built. The centre piece of the project is Palazzo Versace Dubai.

“Dubai Wharf will be not only a sought-after address in the historic Dubai Creek area. The design, positioning and accessibility of the project will also make it one of Dubai’s future landmarks for leisure lifestyle, dining and entertainment,” said Mohammed Al Habbai, chief officer of Urban Planning and Infrastructure at Dubai Properties Group.
He continued: “The project is a contemporary architecture which I am very proud to present to Dubai residents, local and foreign investors, and the millions of tourists which visit our city every year.”
More than 90% of the infrastructure work at Culture Village is complete with the remaining works expected to be completed by Q1 2015.


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