Uptown Dubai, formerly known as the Burj2020 District, will include more than 10 million sq/ft of grade A commercial and residential space, more than 200 retail and F&B outlets, approximately 3,000 residences, a unique central entertainment plaza, and a number of luxury hotels all offering supreme amenities for residents, workers and guests. Uptown Dubai will be anchored by two iconic super-tall towers designed by internationally renowned architects Adrian Smith & Gordon Gill from Chicago.
The district’s main podium, 28 meters above ground, features a two level central plaza that will be larger than New York's Times Square, circled by world class outlets, connected to a retail mall below, all with direct access to the iconic towers.
In line with DMCC’s environment sustainability awareness efforts, the Uptown Dubai Phase 1 development aims to achieve LEEDv4 Gold status. The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design or LEED is a building rating system developed by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) and internationally recognised to assess the environmental performance of buildings.
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