SLS Dubai Hotel & Residences approaches completion

High-rise development in Dubai’s Downtown district on track for Q3 2020 handover with 73% of construction work complete

Work at the SLS Dubai Hotel & Residences is moving rapidly towards its handover deadline of Q3 2020
Work at the SLS Dubai Hotel & Residences is moving rapidly towards its handover deadline of Q3 2020

Work at the SLS Dubai Hotel & Residences is moving rapidly towards its handover deadline of Q3 2020.

Construction of the tower has been ongoing for 30 months, with the building officially ‘topped out’ in April 2019 after rising a floor every 5.5 days.
The 75-storey tower, developed by World of Wonders Real Estate Development (WOW RED), is now more than 73% complete and is on target to reach its handover deadline of Q3 2020 without any delays.

Currently the fastest skyscraper building project in Dubai, the construction of SLS Dubai Hotel & Residences has enjoyed support by acclaimed architecture company AEDAS, interior design by Dubai-based Paul Bishop Design, and essential construction work and services provided by Mapa & Gunal Construction, along with the best and most experienced sub consultant companies.

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SLS Dubai Hotel & Residences represents the tallest residential building and tallest hotel ever built by the MNG Group of companies. The tower is the Group’s largest ever mixed used real estate development with a total of 371 units, including studios, three kinds of one-bed apartments, two-bed lofts and two-bed duplexes.

Located in Dubai’s Downtown district, the SLS Dubai Hotel & Residences will benefit from direct entrance from the D68 road and a direct exit to the E44 highway. The tower’s strategic position and easy access to Dubai’s network of motorways means the city’s main landmarks and destinations can be reached quickly and easily by car.

Located on the highest floors, ‘The Crown’ is an exciting F&B and lifestyle concept that can be accessed by both residents and members of the public.
Managed by sbe, a leading international hospitality group that develops, manages and operates award-winning global hospitality brands, ‘The Crown’ features the Fi’lia Mediterranean restaurant on the 70th floor, Sky Lobby on the 71st floor, Carna Steakhouse on the 74th floor and the Privilege venue on the 75th floor.

Also in ‘The Crown’ are the Ciel Spa & Gym and Vitamin Bar on the 69th floor, and state-of-the-art meeting rooms on the 73rd floor. The tower’s two stunning infinity pools, located on the 75th floor.

World of Wonders Real Estate Development CEO Yahya Alkan said: “We are thrilled with the progress being made in the construction of SLS Dubai Hotel & Residences. Building work has been so rapid and smooth, with the tower one of the fastest construction projects in Dubai.
“In the midst of all this swift progress, quality has been maintained and remains uncompromised across the entire project as WOW RED builds upon the trust we have earned from our investors and partners.

“SLS Dubai Hotel & Residences is a new and exciting residential and lifestyle concept that has attracted international attention to Dubai’s growing and maturing real estate sector and will set the standard for future luxury residential and hotel developments both in the city and across the region.”

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