Damac Properties tops-off Damac and Versace tower in Beirut, Lebanon

17 June 2014 (Last Updated June 17th, 2014 18:30)

Dubai-based luxury property development firm Damac Properties has topped-off Damac Tower in the prime area of Solidere, Beirut, Lebanon.

Damac Tower

Dubai-based luxury property development firm Damac Properties has topped-off Damac Tower in the prime area of Solidere, Beirut, Lebanon.

The $300m project is being developed as a collaboration between Damac Properties and Versace Home; the luxury brand from Italian fashion company, Versace.

Damac Tower is located in the hotel and marina area in Solidere, and has extensive views of the Mediterranean.

The high-end, 28-storey building is the first exclusive Versace Home-branded residential tower in the region, and features Versace Home interior design packages throughout.

According to Damac, the facade work has reached the fourth floor, block work is at the 21st floor and interior design work is currently underway on the first five floors.

Damac Properties managing director Ziad El Chaar said that Damac Tower is right in the heart of Solidere, which is one of the most sought after and desirable locations in the city.

"Now that the project is topped-off, we can get to work in earnest on the stunning Versace interior designs."

"Now that the project is topped-off, we can get to work in earnest on the stunning Versace interior designs. We are at very exciting stage of the development," El Chaar said.

"Damac Tower promises to bring to Beirut a never-seen-before top-end designer lifestyle and appeal to a clientele who know what they like and why they like it. They are stylish, with a passion for the dazzling and eye-catching."

It showcases flowing curves and volumes, emulating the surging waves of the ocean.

The tower will have spacious private units with custom-designed Versace interiors, while all the common areas such as the health and fitness facilities, the concierge reception and the main lobby will feature Versace Home products.

Damac was established in 2002 and has delivered almost 10,000 units. The company currently has a development portfolio of more than 25,000 units at various stages of progress and planning, as of 31 March.


Image: The $300m Damac Tower will have spacious private units with custom-designed interiors by Versace. Photo: courtesy of Damac.