Sitting between the Emirates Towers and Sheikh Rashid Tower, the Dubai World Trade Centre Precinct is a mixed-use development of medium density. Our design for the phased masterplan creates a business district in the city and features a balance of public and private spaces. A unique mixed-use urban quarter is created through the integration of offices, apartments, hotels, and retail.

We have carefully designed a series of internal and external public spaces with tree-lined streets, light filled atria and rooftop gardens: places for people to live, work and enjoy life.

The project will provide a unique human-scaled urban environment with over 1 million m² (10 million ft²) of developable area.

The office buildings have been designed to the best environmental standards in order to achieve a LEED ‘Platinum’ rating.

Development statistics:

  • Total area: approximately 1,040,000 m² (590,000 m² above ground & 450,000 m² below ground)
  • Offices & Retail Space (Grade A1): 284,000 m²
  • 5-star hotel & apartments: 140,000 m², 270m high (48 storeys), 153 hotel rooms, 160 apartments
  • 5-star serviced apartments: 45,000 m², 200m high (40 storeys), 200 apartments
  • 5-star club & lofts: 60,000 m², 200m high (35 storeys), 32 club rooms, 152 lofts
  • 4-star hotel: 445 keys, 40,000 m²
  • 3-star hotel: 588 keys, 21,000 m²
  • Basement: (4 storeys), 7,700 parking spaces: 450,000 m²


  • Location Dubai, UAE
  • Size 1,040,000 m²
  • Client Dubai World Trade Centre
  • Year 2009