Dubai continues to redefine its skyline with the completion of One Za'abeel, a new architectural icon designed by Japanese design firm Nikken Sekkei. This iconic development is set to become a new gateway for visitors arriving at Dubai International Airport, symbolizing the city's continued growth.
One Za'abeel is distinguished by two towers connected by an enclosed horizontal bridge, known as The Link. This bridge offers a 360-degree panoramic view from its 230-meter-long observation platform, suspended 100 meters in the air. Recognized as the longest cantilever in the world as well as one of the heaviest uplifts recorded in the region, this architectural masterpiece not only serves an aesthetic purpose but also improves safety and reduces wind-induced oscillations.
Occupying a total area of 530,000 m², One Za'abeel introduces a new neighborhood that meets the needs of residents and visitors. With amenities such as dining, retail, professional workspaces and hotel experiences, it is set to become a premier destination for tourism. Notably, the One&Only luxury resort collection inaugurated its first urban complex within the building, accompanied by 94 exclusive private residences. Likewise, the innovative lifestyle and hospitality brand, SIRO, has also chosen this location for its first hotel.
The development also includes a green oasis with shaded walkways leading visitors to the building's various offerings, including urban parks, a children's play area and a garden swimming pool. This meticulously designed entry experience seamlessly integrates residences, businesses and leisure across the two towers, promising a seamless integration of urban space and luxury.