The $653m building is set to be the seventh tallest residential tower in the UAE
Developer Damac Properties says a 94-storey tower it is building in Dubai Marina has been topped out.
Façade work at the $653 million (AED2.4 billion) Damac Heights project has reached level 69, and block work is at level 76, the Dubai-listed developer said.
The tower has seen a “significant acceleration” in construction in recent months, it added.
Italian luxury brand Fendi has collaborated with Damac to design the interiors for units on the top 40 storeys of the project.
When complete, Damac Heights is set to be the seventh highest residential tower in the UAE at a height of 335m and 94 levels, according to the International Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat.
“We are delighted with the progress of the construction work at Damac Heights, which will be one of the most luxurious projects in the area when we hand it over at the end of next year,” said Niall McLoughlin, senior vice president at Damac Properties.
The tower will comprise one-, two-, three-, and four-bedroom apartments, as well as duplexes and penthouses. The complex will also include amenities such as a swimming pool, gymnasium, nursery, sauna, steam room, and spa.