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Etisalat Tower 2

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Etisalat Tower 2

Etisalat Tower 2
Etisalat Tower 2 in January 2009
General information
Location Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai, U.A.E.
Completed 2007
Roof 185 m (607 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 33
Design and construction
Architect Shankland Cox

The Etisalat Tower 2 is a 33-floor tower in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The tower has a total structural height of 185 m (607 ft). Construction of the Etisalat Tower 2 was completed in 2007. The most notable aspect of the tower is that it has a spherical structure at the top, similar to a golf ball. The cladding of the tower follows the Etisalat guidelines, in that it uses the same materials as most of the company's buildings. All Etisalat buildings, including Etisalat Tower 1, Sharjah Etisalat Tower, Ajman Etisalat Tower, Al Ain Etisalat Tower and the Etisalat Headquarters in Abu Dhabi, have the same spherical structure on the top.

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  • Etisalat Tower 2 on Emporis
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