The development, inspired by the ancient legends of fictional heroes Aladdin and Sinbad, is made up of three golden structures designed to look like glimmering genie lamps.
The towers will be linked by air-conditioned bridges and walkways, and rise up over Dubai’s Dhow Wharfage. Two underground parking blocks – each with a public park on its roof – at the entrance points to the development will provide 900 parking spaces
The buildings – one 33-floor hotel and two commercial towers of 24 and 25 storeys.
The towers will cover a total area of 110,000 square metres, while the attached bridges are said to be designed like dragons and lizards, further enhancing the mythological inspirations.
Aladdin City is scheduled to be completed in the fourth quarter of 2018 and it`s expected to boost Dubai economically in its long-term goals by increasing tourism in the emirate.