A prime Grade A, mixed-use office and retail building strategically located at TECOM Free Zone on Sheikh Zayed Road, one of the most beneficial locations for business in Dubai.
Strategically located within TECOM on Sheikh Zayed Road, The One Tower is situated directly on the Metro Line (red) with interconnected access to Dubai Internet City Metro Station.
The building benefits from direct access from TECOM C and is supported by arterial roads linking into Sheikh Zayed Road, Hessa Street, Al Khail Road and Emirates Road.
The retail element provides flexible shell and core accommodation across ground and 7th floor terrace levels allowing for brand exposure to Sheikh Zayed Road and Metro link users as well as the office tenants and other TECOM occupiers.
There is also the opportunity for a health club/ gymnasium occupier and business centre operator to occupy the 45th and 43rd floors respectively, providing uninterrupted, panoramic views of Dubai.
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