Central Market Project

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Central Market Residential Tower
General information
Status Under construction
Type Residential
Coordinates 24°29′17″N 54°21′23″E / 24.48806°N 54.35639°E / 24.48806; 54.35639Coordinates: 24°29′17″N 54°21′23″E / 24.48806°N 54.35639°E / 24.48806; 54.35639
Construction started 2008
Estimated completion 2014[1]
Antenna spire 374 m (1,227 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 88
Design and construction
Architect Foster + Partners

The Central Market Project is a complex of three skyscrapers, one of which is a “supertall”, that are under construction in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.[2] Construction of the three towers was scheduled to end in 2010, with a total project completion date of 2014, including the Emporium and The Souk and the four-star Marriott Courtyard Hotel and five-star Marriott Renaissance hotel.

The Domain Tower[edit]

The tallest building, The Domain Tower,[3] is set to become the tallest building in Abu Dhabi and the skyscraper with the most floors in the city upon its completion in 2013/14.[4] The residential building will stand 381 metres (1,250 ft) tall and contain 88 floors.[5] The complex contains a shorter office and hotel building, which also will be among the tallest in the city.

The Trust Tower[edit]

The office tower, called the Trust Tower, is planned to rise 278 m (912 ft) and have 59 floors, with projected completion in Q2 of 2012.[6]

The Hotel Tower[edit]

The shortest building, the Central Market Hotel Tower, will stand around 65 m (213 ft) tall and house 16 floors of hotel space.[7]

See also[edit]