Jumeirah Lakes Towers (JLT)
Dubai city of the UAE architectural development is like the running river with a flood of innovation for the city and the valuable visitors. Following the construction of
the coming to the great new project, The Jumeirah Lakes Towers (JLT).
The Jumeirah Lakes Towers (JLT) Project Development
The project of The Jumeirah Lakes Towers (JLT) is consists of a chain of 80 towers rising along the three artificial lakes (Lake Almas West, Lake Almas East, JLT Lake) and 8 of the - towers- are facing Jumeirah Islands.
In the beginning, the building of the artificial lakes (Lake Almas West, Lake Almas East, Lake Elucio, Lake Allure) started in 2012 (DMCC) and the total area of the lakes, waterways, and landscaping was said to be covering 730,000-square-metre (7,900,000 sq ft).
The first tower in Jumeirah Lakes Towers was completed in 2006, Saba Tower. Later on by 2008, most of the construction was completed and by 2011 more than € of the Jumeirah Lakes Towers (JLT) were constructed.
The building towers were constructed on the highest ranges between 35-45 floors, yet the centerpiece of the cluster (Almas Tower) is 66 floors.
In 2015, and due to 2009 world financial crisis, it reported that 11 towers were left unfinished.
How do I get to Jumeirah Lake Towers by Metro?
The best way to reach Rashidiya (Dubai Metro) to Jumeirah Lake Towers is to Metro which takes 49 min. Alternatively, buses from line 8 bus, which costs AED 18 - AED 27 and takes 1h 33m