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Almas Tower, an A-Grade building also known as the Diamond tower is part of the Dubai Multi Commodities Centre (DMCC) Free Zone.
Strategically located between interchange 5 & 6 on Sheikh Zayed Road, it's a short drive to Jebel Ali Free Zone, the Dubai International Airport and 2 of the most popular shopping centres, Mall of the Emirates and Ibn Battuta Mall.
As the tallest skyscraper between the 78 towers in the Jumeirah Lakes district, this architectural icon offers stunning panoramic views over Sheikh Zayed road, Dubai Marina as well as the Jumeirah Islands and Emirates golf course.
Jumeirah Lake Towers commonly known as JLT is a combination of residential and commercial building spread amongst 26 clusters each with their own parking structure and retail waterfronts.
20 minute drive to Dubai International Airport
30 minute drive to Maktoum International Airport
JLT has 2 metro stations, one at either end. The tower is a few minutes walk from the JLT Metro station 1.
Taxis are available around the clock, twenty four hours a day. A pick up can be booked by reserving with Dubai Taxi at 04 2080808.
Buses are available at regular intervals every hour until 10pm.
Jumeirah Lake Towers Dubai is been known as a community where people can live, work and enjoy their life with equal soothe and serenity. The waterfront outdoor cafes and restaurants allow late night walk or stroll alongside the lake. Community retail stores cater to the basic needs of the inhabitants even available at the close quarters. Squares and gardens between the clusters creates huge and ease connectivity between the large districts of the community.
Within 5 minutes walking distance:
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