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SKAI plans to replicate Dubai tower design in other global cities

SKAI plans to replicate Dubai tower design in other global cities

The Viceroy Dubai Jumeirah Village will open next year

Dubai real estate and hospitality company SKAI is planning to copy the unique design of its 60-storey Viceroy Dubai Jumeirah Village tower project in other global cities

The Dhs 1.37bn ($373m) tower is due to be completed in late 2017. It will comprise 254 serviced apartments with private sky gardens and 247 hotels rooms scheduled for operation in 2018.


SKAI said it had patented the design and registered it in 186 countries after it was awarded the ‘Tall Buildings’ prize at the 2016 MIPIM Future Projects Awards.

“Following on from the success of this design, SKAI now plans to replicate similar structures in other major cities across the world, the details of which we will be announcing in the not too distant future,” said chief executive Kabir Mulchandani.

In April last year the company announced plans to upscale its Jumeirah Village project and rebrand it under the Viceroy name.

The property will feature over half a million square feet of flora, balcony gardens and 271 swimming pools.

Amenities will include five dining venues – an all day dining concept, lobby café, pool bar, sports bar and a rooftop Chinese restaurant – a gym, fitness centre, outdoor yoga terrace, large swimming pool, sauna, steam room and boutique spa.


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