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Dubai may be perilously close to economic disaster, but life goes on for some of its most high-profile projects. Although much of the ambitious "The World" archipelego of high-end real estate developments are languishing, an Austrian investor says he will soon proceed with construction on the island of "Germany."
- Kleindienst, 46, has bought half of Europe. But this Europe happens to be made up of sandy islands lying four kilometers (2.5 miles) off the coast of Dubai. Each island is named after a country.
Are all these new skyscrapers actually getting filled with tenants? All this development in such a short time just seems unreal.
__________________ Top Three Tallest Buildings in downtown SLC
1. "Wells Fargo Building" 24-stories 422 FT
2. "LDS Church Office Building" 28-stories 420 FT
3. "The Promontory @ City Creek" 30-stories 375 FT