Abu Dhabi Investment Authority Tower

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ADIA Tower at night

Abu Dhabi Investment Authority Tower is a skyscraper in the city of Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates. It was completed in 2006 and hosts the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority. It has a height of 607 ft (185 m) and has 40 floors.[1] On 23 February 2007, Alain Robert climbed the tower, legally.

An adjacent eight-storey car park houses a rooftop leisure centre.

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Coordinates: 24°29′10″N 54°21′05″E / 24.4861527°N 54.3514789°E / 24.4861527; 54.3514789