Ubora Towers

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Ubora Towers
Ubora Towers Under Construction on 20 September 2007.jpg
Ubora Towers construction site in September 2007
General information
Type Office, Residential
Location Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Coordinates 25°10′50.08″N 55°16′15.70″E / 25.1805778°N 55.2710278°E / 25.1805778; 55.2710278Coordinates: 25°10′50.08″N 55°16′15.70″E / 25.1805778°N 55.2710278°E / 25.1805778; 55.2710278
Construction started 2005
Completed 2011
Owner Midas REF Limited[1]
Height
Roof 862 ft (262.7 m) Skyscraper[2]
Technical details
Floor count 58
Design and construction
Architect Aedas, Andrew Bromberg[3]
Developer Bando Engineering & Construction Co. Ltd.[1]
Structural engineer Whitby Bird & Partners[1]

The Ubora Towers is a complex of two towers in the Business Bay district of Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The development consists of the Ubora Commercial Tower and the Ubora Residential Tower. Construction of the Ubora Towers was completed in 2011.

The Ubora Commercial Tower, also known as the Ubora Tower 1, is a 58-story building. It has a total architectural height of 263 metres (862 ft). The Ubora Residential Tower, or Ubora Tower 2, is a 20-floor structure. The commercial skyscraper was topped out in 2011. The complex was designed by the architectural firm Aedas, and is currently managed by Jones Lang Lasalle.

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Notes
  1. ^ a b c "U-Bora Tower 1". Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat. Retrieved 2014-06-15. 
  2. ^ "U-Bora Tower 1". Emporis. Retrieved 2014-06-15. 
  3. ^ "U-Bora Towers Complex by Aedas". Archiscene.net. Retrieved 26 April 2012. 

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