Towers launch for Bin Manana


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Developer Bin Manana Investment Group has unveiled plans for two major towers to be built on Sheikh Zayed Road in Dubai.

The twin buildings will cover more than 6,317m2, with 60 floors of office space in the commercial tower and 70 floors of luxury apartments in the residential building.

Obaid Saeed Bin Manana, managing director, Bin Manana Investment Group, said: “In just two generations, Dubai has been transformed into one of the fastest growing cities in the world, and the rapid pace of development has prompted an almost insatiable demand for property.

“We acknowledge Dubai's vision to be one of the most iconic, modern cities in the world, and are delighted to be a part of that goal with our new business venture, Lam Tara Towers.”

Work on the project will begin in January 2007 and will be completed within three years.

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