"One Zabeel" in Dubai seeks to break the Guinness World Record for the tallest suspended tower

Ithraa Dubai, the real estate development company wholly owned by the Government Investments Corporation of Dubai, announced today that it has successfully completed the process of lifting the second and final part of the "The Link" building structure, connecting it with the first part.

Thus, "One Zabeel" becomes eligible to break the world record in Guinness World Records for containing the tallest Kabulian suspended tower in the world.

With the completion of the final stage, the final length of the "The Link" structure is 226 meters, becoming one of the tallest horizontal structures suspended 100 meters above the ground.

Upon its opening, The Link will add a major new hub and destination for travelers and residents alike.

Visitors will also experience unique and immersive cultural experiences with all the luxurious hospitality and leisure facilities offered by the panoramic podium, including upscale Michelin-starred restaurants, an infinity pool, a luxurious spa, as well as a viewing deck.

Essam Galadari, CEO of Ithraa Dubai, said: “The completion of the construction of the“ The Link ”structure of“ One Zabeel ”is the result of concerted efforts, imagination and a desire to contribute meaningful and meaningful work for Dubai. Long runners. "

The "The Link" structure was raised in two phases.

The first phase was completed in September by raising the first part of the building’s structure 100 meters above the ground, reaching a length of 192 meters.

The operation, which is considered one of the heaviest lifting operations in the region, took more than 12 days, as this part weighed 8,500 tons.

As for the second stage, it was also successful when the suspended building structure was raised and joined to the first part.

The operation took four days, during which it required the use of 55 cranes and heavy hoists, and 12.2 km of wire length to lift the 900-ton bridge.

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