Dubai: The Dubai Frame project, which is being constructed at Zabeel Park by Dubai Municipality is 77 per cent completed.
The Frame, estimated to cost Dh160 million, was inspected by Hussain Nasser Lootah, director-general of Dubai Municipality, on Tuesday.
The Frame, which is located near Star Gate in Zabeel Park, consists of two 150-metre towers that are 93 metres wide, connected by a 100 square metre bridge with room for visitors to take snapshots of the city’s panorama.
The tower’s height can be compared to that of a 50-storey building.
At the top, visitors will have a bird’s-eye view of Old Dubai as they look towards Al Karama, Umm Hurair, Bur Dubai and Deira, and as they turn around, will see the high-rise towers and development projects of New Dubai in stark contrast. More info
By Staff www.gulfnews.com