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Burj Dubai

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n
1. a slender tapering skyscraper in Dubai; completed in 2009; the world's tallest man-made structure, standing at 818m (2684 ft)
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And it will only be dwarfed by the 800-meter Burj Dubai Tower and 632-meter Shanghai Center Tower.
The Burj Dubai tower officially opened yesterday, six years after construction began on the $4.1 billion, half-mile-high skyscraper.
"The Burj Dubai Tower is unique and there are no other buildings near the height and complexity of it.
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<div class="imageNone" style="width: 450px;"><img id="9631" class="imgPhoto" src="http://img.ibtimes.com/www/data/articles/full/2010/01/04/9631.jpg" alt="The skyline of Dubai shows the Burj Dubai Tower, the tallest tower in the world January 4, 2010.
Nevertheless, it makes for pretty spectacular views, not least the sight of the illuminated, cloud-tickling Burj Dubai tower, which was nearing completion when we visited.
At the heart of the Burj Dubai tower will be the world's first Armani hotel, scheduled to open in early 2010.
Mulk supplied aluminium panels for the interior of the Burj Dubai tower, and the UAE has accounted historically for as much as 40 per cent of its business.
1 Saeed Bin Suroor at Al Quoz with the Burj Dubai tower behind
Current Thinking is in the process of installing its fire safety telephones into the Burj Dubai Tower, which will eventually stand at 2,220ft high.
Hallmarked projects like Burj Dubai Tower, Royal properties in Oman, DEWA headquarter are already in its portfolio.
Emaar is slated to complete its Burj Dubai tower by September, and will begin getting revenues from some of its $100bn of projects under construction in the coming quarters, he said.