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Three-Tower Cluster Project

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Three-Tower Cluster Project

Dubai-based luxury property developer and holding company, Seven Tides, announced its plans to build three new towers which will be stationed in Dubai's Jumeirah Lake Towers, which will include a four-star hotel.

Abdulla Bin Sulayem, Seven Tides' CEO, revealed that his company itself will manage the property Bin Sulayem also mentioned that Seven Tides isn't going to keep the information of who they will hire as a contractor for much longer, giving the public an idea of what these towers might look like based on the contractor's aesthetic.

The luxury property developer is currently the owner of four hotels within the Gulf region - Dukes Dubai, Movenpik Hotel In Battuta Gate, Anantara The Palm Dubai Resort and Avani Hotel in Deira.

Two of the towers are intended to be residential, per the usual direction new tower projects in the UAE usual, and the four-star hotel is intended to be part of the three-tower cluster. Bin Sulayem mentioned that the hotel will target a more casual clientele whilst creating a new concept and brand.

Earlier this year, Seven Tides began working on a lavish resort on one the ten islands that they own in The World archipelago.

Seeing as the company recently finished its property development and hotel portfolio, which includes the newly-opened Dukes Hotel on The Palm Jumeirah, sources reveal that the firm has begun working on a luxury resort development on one of the South American islands, closest to the shore of UAE's largest emirate.

Other than these spectacular plans to build a three-tower cluster, Bin Sulayem also mentioned that he plans on building a low-rise, 60 villa extravagant resort which will include a signature restaurant, an all-day dining locale, as well as various spa and water activities.

Seeing as we don't have many details on the newest tower project in the UAE's largest emirate, we can only hope that some new information will rise to the surface by the end of the year so that we can have yet another project to look forward to.