The developer has been working on the project alongside Zaha Hadid Architects since 2008
Developer Omniyat has announced that it has started delivering commercial units at its Opus project in Business Bay, Dubai. Opus is a 95m tall tower that was designed by renowned architect Zaha Hadid as two separate towers that merge into a single structure shaped like a cube.
Announcing the official opening of its doors for companies, Omniyat said the project has reached a significant milestone, as businesses have begun taking ownership of its commercial units. According to Omniyat, firms ranging from Fortune 500 companies to regional creative agencies have already collected their keys.
“We’re thrilled to open the commercial spaces of The Opus and to already have several companies setting up their offices. Companies will now begin the fitting-out process to complete their bespoke offices. As well as the prime address and proximity to Downtown Dubai, Inhabitants of The Opus will also have full use of the building’s state-of-the-art ultra-luxury facilities,” said Mohammed Hmeid, sales and marketing director at Omniyat.
Speaking about the project, the developer noted that the idea for The Opus was to create ‘a multi-faceted experience for clients in one of the world’s most iconic architectural structure in Dubai’s ultimate commercial address’.
The Opus’ ‘melting void’ will house the first ME by Melia hotel in the region, which will feature Michelin star restaurants and private residences designed by Zaha Hadid. It will also feature a bespoke wellness centre with signature facilities. The hotel is expected to open at the end of 2019.