Architecture

“Eco Towers” : The First LEED Platinum Certified Mixed-Used Skyscrapers in The Middle East

After the Jumeira Gardens, here comes another structure from the United Arab Emirates, which is the Eco Tower. This structure is intentionally designed to be the first mixed-use towers in the Middle East, and it has the LEED Platinum certification. Developed by Connection Real Estate, the 23-story Eco Towers costs about $245 million USD. What’s good with the Eco Towers is that is has solar power, air purification systems, green terraces, toxic –free materials, effective insulation, abundant natural light, access to several local services, and everything else that made the building got the LEED certification. This eco friendly Eco Tower can be seen in Abu Dhabi.

eco towers

eco towers

eco towers

eco towers

Source : Building.co.uk via JetsonGreen


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