Getting a view from the world’s highest observatory deck will now cost one quarter more, Khaleej Times has learnt. Burj Khalifa’s viewing deck At the Top has increased the ticket prices for early purchase dated and timed general admission for adults from Dh100 to Dh125 and for children (aged between four and 12) from Dh75 to Dh95.
Dubai: Retailers are geared up for the eight-day shopping fiesta as many new products are launched exclusively for the event. The Gitex Shopper Autumn 2016, which is celebrating 26 years,...
His Highness Shaikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, on Sunday praised the level of preparations and the persistent efforts of the Higher Committee to Host the World Expo 2020 and expressed confidence in their ability to make this national quest a reality.
Although his project The Trump International Hotel and Towers project may have been cancelled in Dubai, Donald Trump is quite “jealous” of the UAE’s achievements which include the world’s tallest tower – the Burj Khalifa. Trump also emphasised that all these projects make the Gulf region an important player in the emerging world.
The event, which took place at the Armani hotel in the Burj Khalifa two weeks ago, was so successful that Unicef doubled the initial estimates of what could be done with the money. The organisers now plan to run an annual fund-raiser that focuses on a different element of the reconstruction and rebuilding effort in Pakistan.
Online property portal, MyCommunity, proves popular by giving owners and investors greater transparency
More than 5,000 property owners and tenants from Dubai's most iconic commercial and residential towers, including The Burj Khalifa, Oceana and Palm Residences, now have access to MyCommunity, an online property management tool.
Recent examples are Abu Dhabi-based Aabar Investments’s 4.99 per cent stake in Italy’s UniCredit SpA and a joint venture between Dubai-based Emaar and Italian designer Giorgio Armani. The joint venture launched the first Armani hotel in Dubai a year before and there are plans to open 10 more Armani-branded hotels and resorts within the next 10 years in famous cities across the world.
DUBAI – The Middle East’s largest listed developer Emaar Properties said on Thursday that it will realise revenues from the sale of properties at the world’s tallest tower, Burj Khalifa, formerly called Burj Dubai, in the financial year of 2010.
A post on a social networking site by an ‘unknown’ developer launching a new project in Downtown Dubai has led to over 40 real estate brokerage firms scrambling to get details.