Dubai has set the new landmark by announcing the completion date for worlds second-tallest building on Sheikh Zayed Road, opposite to World Trade Centre. Azizi Developments unveiled the $1.5 billion project a few days ago. Burj Azizi construction will be completed by 2028.
Though the official height of the tower is still not announced. However, the officials have confirmed that the worlds second-tallest building will surpass Franck Muller Aeternitas Tower (Which is also under construction at Dubai Marina) and the Warisan Merdeka Tower (current second-tallest building in the world). With the height of 828m Burj Khalifa is currently the tallest building in the world for the last 14 years.
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Azizi Developments reveals some details about the project as well, such as the second-tallest building in the world will have luxury residences, penthouses, a vertical shopping mall, observation deck, fine dining restaurants and a 7-star-hotel.
Mirwais Azizi, the founder and the chairman of Azizi Developments, told reporters, He said: “Today is a special day as we finally break ground on one of my dream projects in Dubai. While the formal ceremony will be held later, I am delighted to be marking this occasion with our own team at Azizi – a team that will be building this iconic tower.”
Mr. Azizi added: “This tower will be our legacy. With Dubai having given my family and I so much – safety and abundance of opportunities – this tower, which will be the second tallest, is our way of giving back to this emirate and its remarkably hospitable and welcoming people.”