Burj 2020 is set to be the world’s tallest residential tower. The model of Burj 2020 building and district recently revealed.
Dubai Multi Commodities Center (DMCC) revealed that the Burj 2020 would be the world’s tallest tower with more than 700 meters height and the top two floors will be observation deck.
Adrian Smith and Gordon Grill are well-known architects of tall buildings including, Dubai Jumeirah Lake Towers, have been chosen to design the Burj 2020 tower.
The demand that will be in process will actually reflect the extra height of the building but at maximum it perhaps go over 700 meters. DMCC is expecting this tower to be the super tall tower and putting it efforts to making it the world’s highest viewing floor which will offer 360 degree observation.
“Hopefully, the building will be completed in 2020 and is going to be the world’s tallest tower, according to the executive chairman”, DMCC, Ahmed Bin Sulayem. “We have seen a lot of success and lot of mistakes as well and we are not going to repeat it in this project”, he further added.
The mega master plan Burj 2020 District will made up of seven towers and over one million square feet of area for homes, offices, restaurants, shops and some open spaces with Dubai southern gateway. The area is equal to about one-third of the existing Jumeirah Lake Towers that covers 66 towers and nearly double the size of New York’s Rockefeller Center.
The design of Burj 2020 is inspired by faceted precious stones, and is entrenched in the principles of everlasting value, persistent power and eternal beauty. The design embodies the development and growth of the city.
A Dubai based developer Meydan, has also announced plans for the world’s highest 360 degree observation deck with approximately 655 meters height, while other developers have launched plans to build the second tallest tower in the emirates after Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest tower.
Burj 2020 – claimed to be the tallest tower will going to be a great deal of attention to the observation deck at the top of buildings.