Just a news article which means it's officially launched rather than just appearing on an architect's website:
The tower will have four levels of underground parking, and high quality restaurant, recreation and retail outlets.
Creekside's Dh300m O14 Tower due to be completed in 2008
Dubai: Creekside Development Company, which is owned by Al Baraka Islamic Bank, is developing O14 Tower at a cost of Dh300 million, the company said in a statement.
Due for completion at the end of 2008, O14 Tower will be located at the Business Bay.
Designed by award-winning architects Jesse Reiser and Nanako Umomoto of New York-based Reiser and Umomoto RUR, the structural engineering of O14 Tower will be completed by YAS P.C.
"A concrete shell creates a lace-like facade for the 21 storeys of custom-designed office floors," a company statement said.
"But this is architecture with a purpose, as the structure provides unique levels of light, air and views."
Rising above Dubai creek on a shore side site, O14 Tower will feature 21 floors of custom designed offices, four levels of underground parking, and restaurant, recreation and retail outlets.
Reiser-Umemoto were finalists in the design of the BMW factory in Leipzig, for which they won the 2002 AIA Design Award. They also won the 2002 Graphics Design Annual award, and were among those selected to put forward design proposals for the World Trade Centre site in New York.
For over 20 years, AlBaraka Islamic Bank has pioneered the development of Islamic banking and finance. Established in 1984, the Bank has developed into a leading diversified Islamic financial institution.
So they say finished in 2008, so that means finished in 2009