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Up For Grabs! Fitted Office Space In Almas Tower, Available Now!
- Almas Tower,
- Fitted Office Space
- The Most Prestigious Building In JLT
- 5 Minutes Away From The JLT Metro Station
Benefits of setting up a company in the JLT Free Zone include:- 100% foreign business ownership- Zero personal and corporate tax rate- 100% capital repatriation and no currency restrictions- One or more shareholders- Unique industry clustering and purpose-built infrastructure- Secure, regulated environment, licensing a full range of business activities- Strategic location on Sheikh Zayed Road, connecting Abu Dhabi and Dubai, and in close proximity to Dubai Logistics Corridor- Quality freehold, commercial and residential property for sale or lease at competitive rates- Wide variety of quality commercial, retail, residential and industrial space offered- Comprehensive client relationship management providing a fast and efficient service for the collection and processing of all documentation and issuance of licenses
ALMAS Tower (ALMAS meaning diamond' in Arabic) is a landmark building, function to be constructed is to meet the exact needs of the diamond industry. The 65-floor tower will be the major point of DMCC's development. With its stunning glass design and expansion theme is located on an island bounded by water, the ALMAS Tower will be a unique addition to Dubai's skyline.
Almas Tower (Arabic: Diamond Tower) is a 68-storey,360 m (1,180 ft), supertall skyscraper in the Jumeirah Lake Towers Free Zone of Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Construction of the Office Space building began in early 2005 and was completed in 2009 with the installation of some remaining cladding panels at the top of the tower. The building was topped out in 2008, and became the tallest building in Dubai until 2010 when it was surpassed by Burj Khalifa.
Almas Tower is located on its own artificial island in the centre of the Jumeirah Lakes Towers Free Zone scheme, the tallest of all the buildings on the development. It was designed by Atkins Middle East, who designed most of the JLT Free Zone complex. The tower is was constructed by the Taisei Corporation of Japan in a joint venture with Arabian Construction Co. (ACC) who were awarded the contract by Nakheel Properties on 16 July 2005.
The Dubai Multi Commodities Centre (DMCC), the developer of the tower, was the first to move in. The DMCC moved its corporate Office Spaces along with the Dubai Diamond Exchange to the unfinished tower on 15 November 2008.