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Daman Tower Dubai

Dubai

52,000 sq m new build speculative office building in Dubai for Daman Properties

Total Area

52,000 sq m

System
AET Flexible Space CAM-V Underfloor supply air, high level return air

2013 New Build

The Daman Tower is an impressive tower is located within the Dubai International Finance Centre and features fifteen floors of Grade-A office accommodation. Offering one of the largest floor plates in the UAE, the unique design with virtually no columns offers highly efficient layouts and space utilisation.

Completed in 2013, the L-shaped block comprises two buildings of different height intersecting and overlapping each other. The office development incorporates contemporary architecture with distinctive styling and a unique design in order to attract corporate clients wishing to establish their brands in the area.

Developer – Daman Investments
Architect – Perkins & Will
Consultant – Buro Happold
Contractor – Habtoor Leighton


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