New towers will bring more office space to Kuwait City

August 01, 2007 |

With an aim to attract businesses to the region, the Kuwait Business Town in Al-Sharq, Kuwait City, will bring 680,000 sf of office space to the city. The $75 million project consists of four towers that will feature convention halls, a business hotel, and cafés. Denver-based Fentress Bradburn Architects designed the tower in association with Pan Arab Consulting Engineers, Hawalli, Kuwait. Expected completion is late 2009.

 

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