Rolex Tower is a prominent high-rise building along the Sheikh Zayed Road. Designed with a quiet urbanity in response to the street’s exuberance, the project set a standard for new high-rise buildings in Dubai after its construction. This 235-meter mixed-use tower consists of a basement floor, a ground floor and fifty-nine floors. It is divided into 31 floors of offices and 25 floors of private flats plus 2 penthouses. Adjacent to the building and attached by a steel bridge with direct access to the lobby, is a car park consisting of 4 basement floors, nine above-ground floors, a roof and an upper roof.
Completed in 2010.
Client: Ahmed Seddiqi & Sons
Architectural Design: Skidmore, Owings and Merrill LLP
Lead Consultant & Engineering Design: Erga Progress
Location: Dubai, UAE
Category: Mixed use, High Rise