The Dynamic Tower In Dubai Receives More Than 600 Reservation Requests For Residential Apartments In

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The Dynamic Tower in Dubai Receives More Than 600 Reservation Requests for Residential

Apartments in Less Than Three Weeks

LONDON, July 17 /PRNewswire-AsiaNet/ --

         Interested Buyers From U.S., UK and Australia Lead The List 


    Following the opening of the reservations list for the world's first Dynamic Tower in Dubai, more than 600

requests have been submitted for residential apartments, Rotating Tower Dubai Development Ltd.

announced today.  The revolutionary building, designed by Italian architect David Fisher, was first

announced at a press conference in New York City on June 24.

    Over 140 reservation requests have arrived from the United States, followed by the UK (94) and Australia

(57), as well as Italy, China, New Zealand, and other countries throughout the world.  More than 50

reservations were submitted specifically for the Dynamic Tower's luxury villas, with prices starting at 20

million Euros (US $30 million).  New requests continue to be submitted for all types of apartments.

    In Dubai, the Dynamic Tower will have 80 floors and be 420 meters (1,380 feet) tall.  Luxury apartments

will range in size from 124 square meters (1,330 square feet) to Villas of 1,200 square meters (12,900

square feet).  The first 20 floors will be an office building, floors 21 to 35 a six-star hotel, floors 36 through 70

will be residential apartments, and the top 10 floors will be full-floor luxury villas.  Each villa will offer 360-

degree views, as well as have its own swimming pool facing a continuously changing view of the sea and the

city, a sauna, home theatre, and a parking space at the entrance.  

    The Dynamic Tower, the first building in motion, offers infinite design possibilities, as each floor rotates

independently to create a building that constantly changes shape, resulting in a unique and ever evolving

architectural landmark.  It will be also be the first building to be completely self-powered.

SOURCE  Dynamic Architecture Group


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