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Sun 17 Feb 2008 09:28 AM

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Limitless expands into Jordan

200m tall Limitless Towers to reshape Amman's skyline.

Dubai-based developer Limitless has announced its plans to expand in Jordan with a new tower project.

The Limitless Towers will be 200m tall and when complete will be the tallest buildings in the Hashemite Kingdom.

To be constructed in the Abdoun area of the Jordanian capital, Amman, the project is estimated to cost US $300 billion. Limitless claims that the towers will be the first ‘green' buildings in the country, with undisclosed energy saving techniques and water recycling systems ensuring the project will receive LEED accreditation.

The residential development will be up to 60 storeys high with around 600 units. There will also be a 1,000m2 indoor plaza with retail, entertainment and leisure facilities. The building façade will incorporate a stone screen to help blend in with the heritage of Amman.

Limitless CEO Saeed Ahmed Saeed claimed, "Limitless Towers is an architectural wonder that sets new standards in iconic, sustainable building design." Construction is scheduled to begin in October 2008 and is estimated to take around three years.

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