Princess Tower

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Princess Tower
Scyscrapers in Dubai Marina April 2013.jpg
Skyscrapers in Dubai Marina in April 2013, with the Princess 3rd from left to right
General information
Status Complete
Architectural style Postmodern
Coordinates 25°05′19.05″N 55°08′48.69″E / 25.0886250°N 55.1468583°E / 25.0886250; 55.1468583Coordinates: 25°05′19.05″N 55°08′48.69″E / 25.0886250°N 55.1468583°E / 25.0886250; 55.1468583
Construction started 2006[1]
Opening 2012
Architectural 413.4 m (1,356 ft)
Antenna spire 414 m (1,358 ft)[2]
Roof 392 m (1,286 ft)[3]
Top floor 356.9 m (1,171 ft)[1]
Technical details
Floor count 101, plus 6 basement floors[1]
Floor area 171,175 m2 (1,842,512 sq ft)
Lifts/elevators 13
Design and construction
Architect Eng. Adnan Saffarini Office
Developer Tameer Holding Investment LLC
Main contractor Arabian Construction Company (ACC)

The Princess Tower (Arabic: برج الأميرة‎‎) is a 101 story, 413.4 m (1,356 ft)[2] tall residential-only skyscraper located in the Marina district of Dubai, UAE.[4] Princess Tower is currently the second tallest building in Dubai, after the Burj Khalifa, and the 20th tallest building in the world.[5] Princess Tower was the tallest residential building in the world from 2012 to 2015, when it was overtaken by 432 Park Avenue in New York City.


The tower's engineering was performed by Syed Majid Hashmi as the Chief Structural Engineer and his deputy manager Mohammad Ali Alogaily.

The building comprises 763 units, 957 underground parking bays (spread over six floors), and eight retail outlets.The building was completed and delivered by its developer, Tameer Holdings, in September 2012.[6]

The development stands at 107 storeys and includes basement floors, a ground floor and 100 levels above ground.[7]

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