Cayan Investment and Development will open AED1bn ($272m) Infinity Tower in Dubai, UAE, on 10 June 2013.
The company has received the Dubai Municipality’s certificate of completion to inaugurate the tower.
Designed by the architectural firm Skidmore Owings and Merrill (SOM), the 75-storey tower is 310m high.
Infinity Tower includes larger floor plates, which require the facility to be twisted as it increases from one level to other level.
Each floor is rotated by 1.2 degrees to achieve the 90-degree curve which will allow residents to have views of the Palm Jumeirah or Dubai Marina.
Infinity Tower features penthouses, conference rooms, studios, pools, tennis courts, a gymnasium, a nursery and a spa.
The tower features 122,000m² of residential and amenity space and 12 levels of parking, including six underground parking levels.
Cayan Group president and chairman of the board Ahmed Al Hatti said Infinity Tower has been built according to the highest international standards for towers.
Dubai is already home to the 828m Burj Khalifa, the tallest tower in the world, and 414m Princess Tower, the tallest residential tower.
Image: The 75-storey twisted Infinity Tower is 310m high. Photo: Courtesy of Cayan Investment and Development.