90% of Abu Dhabi's tallest tower leased; penthouses available

Aldar Properties on Tuesday announced that it has leased out 90 per cent of the residential units in the Burj Mohammed bin Rashid since the tower’s launch in November 2014.

Abu Dhabi-listed property developer Aldar Properties on Tuesday announced in a media statement that it has leased out 90 per cent of the residential units in the Burj Mohammed bin Rashid since the tower’s launch in November 2014.

Named after His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, the tower has fast become the most sought-after residential location in the heart of the city.

Standing at 382 metres, the Burj Mohammed bin Rashid is the tallest tower in Abu Dhabi and is now home to 426 families and a total of 852 residents.

The 92-storey tower has 474 units, comprising 1-bedroom (85 units), 2-bed (241 units) and 3-bed (102 units), 4-bedroom (34 units) and 12 penthouses.

Currently, remaining units include three- to four-bedroom family apartments and penthouse suites, according to an Aldar statement.

Residents of the tower have a direct access to WTC Mall. “Tenants are finding the unique access to the rest of the WTCAD mixed-used development particularly appealing, boasting 360-degree retail, commercial and hospitality offering,” said Talal Al Dhiyebi, Chief Development Officer at Aldar.

 

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