Top 10 Amazing Dubai Buildings That Were Never Built : Dubai is home to hundreds of completed high-rises and world famous Burj Khalifa which is tallest building in the world as of now with the height of 828 metres (2,717 ft). But Some of the dubai’s most ambitious buildings have never been completed and remain half built or stalled after very little progres. Buildings has stalled for a number of reasons, including recessions hitting ,finance running out ,political unrest or perhaps dozen other reasons. A building is considered to be ‘never completed’ when site works had begun, but were completely halted, and no reports indicate that construction will continue. So In this article we will be listing Top 10 Amazing Dubai Buildings That Were Never Built.
Top 10 Amazing Dubai Buildings That Were Never Built
1: Nakheel tower
The Nakheel tower would have been 1,000 m (3,280 ft) once complete. But building stopped when the building company went bust in 2009, just one year after it started. In January 2009, it was announced by the company that the project was put on hold and then Nakheel Group’s financial problems increased considerably and the Nakheel tower was consequently cancelled in December 2009. It was mixed use tower and and the cost of the whole projects was $38billion. Skyscraper was all set to be the tallest in the world.
2: One Park Avenue
One Park Avenue was a proposed supertall skyscraper that would have been 550 m (1,804 ft) tall and 125 floors high. The building was proposed to be built in Jumeirah Garden City but this amazing project was cancelled in 2009 due to the financial crisis. famous Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill was Architecture of this project. This was a mixed-use tower and had a total built-up area of 350,000 square meters.
3: Dubai Towers
The Dubai Towers was a four-tower complex proposed to be built in the Dubai Creek, Dubai. These beautiful towers would have between 57 to 94 stories and tallest tower would have top 400 meters (1,310 ft) while two others tower would have rise beyond 300 meters (980 ft). The project was cancelled Due to the economic crisis in Dubai. These were Designed by tvsdesign Architect
4: EP 15 TOWER
EP 15 TOWER also known as Meraas Tower was a supertall skyscraper proposed for construction in Dubai. But project was cancelled in 2009 Due to the economic crisis in Dubai. The building would have stand 600 m (1,969 ft) tall with 125 floors. This building was a part Jumeirah Garden City Mega project in dubai. It would have been one of the tallest skyscrapers in Dubai if built.
5: LIGHTHOUSE TOWER
The Lighthouse Tower was a commercial supertall skyscraper which was proposed to be constructed in DIFC Dubai. Tower was designed by multi-national architectural firm Atkins. It would have been 402 m tall and 64 floors high but Construction of the building was suspended in 2009.
6: Dynamic Tower
Dynamic Tower,designed by architect David Fisher is a proposed moving skyscraper. Each floor of the building is designed to rotate independently. As of 2017, construction has not started, and there has been no official announcement about the future of building. If build tower would stand 420-metre (1,378 ft) tall and 80 floor high.
7: Trump International Hotel and Tower (Dubai)
The Palm Trump International Hotel & Tower was a proposed skyscraper hotel at the trunk of the Palm Jumeirah ,dubai. The tower was announced in October 2005. The hotel was expected to be a 300-room hotel but Construction work was suspended in late 2008 due to global economic crisis. Tower was supposed to be 270 m (890 ft) tall and 62 floor high.
8: Anara Tower
Anara Tower was a 600m tall and 135 floors high proposed supertall skyscraper located in Dubai. Anara Tower was supposed to be a mixed use tower with offices, retail spaces, apartments, and an art gallery but the project was cancelled soon after proposed. Tower was designed by International architecture firm Atkins.
9: One Dubai Tower
1 Dubai was a supertall skyscraper proposed for construction in Dubai. One Dubai would have been the tallest tower in the world surpassing burj khalifa. Although the planned height was never officially released but according to some rumours it was supposed to be around 850m tall.building was designed by Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture . The mixed-use development would have included a hotel,commercial, retail, residential and entertainment. The project was cancelled in 2009 due to economic crisis.
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10: Burj al Alam Tower
burj al alam was a proposed skyscraper in the Business Bay area of Dubai. If constructed, It would have become one of the tallest buildings in dubai. This 108-storey beautiful tower would have featured private apartments, rooftop gardens, and a five-star hotel. The project broke ground in 2006, but after many delays burj al alam was officially cancelled in 2013.