“We plan to start work on the project next year. We have our own funds to finance the project,” Director-General Hussain Nasser Lootah told this website on sidelines of the third Government Summit that concluded on Wednesday.
The project, which was announced in April 2014, will have three towers, comprising commercial and hotel space, with the towers spread over a distance of 450 metres on Dubai Creek. The total cost has not been revealed.
“The project aims to develop towers to be the icons of legends of the past with a touch of beauty and tourism characteristic of the city. It comes in the prime location of Dubai Creek maintaining the activities of the port heritage. The project is located outside the zone waiting to be registered with the World Heritage by Unesco,” Lootah had said. ….