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Old Posted Jun 6, 2017, 9:45 AM
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23 Marina, Dubai (1,286 ft)

23 Marina is another mega-tall luxurious residential skyscraper in the ever-expanding metropolis of Dubai. Located in a burgeoning commercial area of the city.




Last edited by LMich; Jun 9, 2017 at 2:40 AM. Reason: Changed the misleading/untrue title of the thread.
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Old Posted Jun 6, 2017, 10:32 AM
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This is not the tallest residential tower, it isn't even the tallest residential in Dubai or even close to a megatall. What's the idea behind this thread, since both "facts" you mentioned are bs?
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Not the most attractive building. Thank God it is not the tallest residential tower in the world? in the Middle East? Dubai? maybe in these pics? (thank you Eidolon for pointing this out). Maybe Tasdidalvi meant to say "a very tall residential building in Dubai (period)." We will give him the benefit of the doubt. We all make errors/mistakes. No reason to crucify him either. We are a community here that loves tall buildings and we don't want to alienate anyone. Do we?
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Is this one fire-resistant?
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Old Posted Jun 8, 2017, 7:33 AM
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No reason to crucify him either. We are a community here that loves tall buildings and we don't want to alienate anyone. Do we?
I don't think I did any of that, just stated my confusion as to the topic of this thread and told him that the facts he stated were wrong. If I do flame somebody, I would make it unambiguous.
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