Jebel Ali Palm Towers

United Arab Emitates

Year Completed // Not yet completed
Client // JH / Nathan Cartwright / Nakheel
Architect // PtW Architects / Chapman Architects
Project Value // AU$60M
Location // Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Services // Structural Engineering

The Palm Jebel Ali is the second of three man-made islands to be developed on Dubai’s waterfront. Forming the shape of a palm tree, the island is connected to the mainland by its ‘trunk’, and is surrounded by a series of smaller islands, forming a crescent. These islands are linked to each other via bridges, however are independent of the palm tree.

Consisting of 70 kilometers of beaches, luxury hotels, residential developments, community services, six marinas and a range of retail, entertainment and hospitality venues, the Palm Jebel Ali was designed to support a population of 250,000.

The three towers at the gateway to the Jebel Ali development comprise of 500 apartments spread across the three structures, with each tower rising out of a retail and entertainment podium.

Due to the global financial crisis of 2008 / 2009, the Jebel Ali Palm project remains unrealised.

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