DAMAC owner, Hussain Sajwani is constructing a second skyrise tower for the infamous AYKON Plaza-a monolithic development project overlooking the Dubai Canal in the AYKON City. Mr. Sajwani, the renowned Founder, and Chief Executive Officer envision the massive project to be completed with a total of six svelte high-rises. The structures will include three basements, ten podium floors, plus a level prominently used for socializing and entertainment.
The unmatched skyscraper also commits to deliver 49 floors and a luxurious rooftop. The parcel will take up 1.7 million square feet. The DAMAC owner incorporated deluxe residences, well-appointed hotel, and office areas, as well as equipped and maintained apartments. Brilliant businessman, Hussain Sajwani, positioned the stunning installment in the midst of thriving city life and sociable entertainment on the waterways of Dubai.
AYKON Plaza has taken on a city-like structure, it has been engineered to be the cornerstone of AYKON City’s community. DAMAC owner, Mr. Sajwani is a UAE national that debuted from humble beginnings. He grew up working in his father’s watch and pen shop as a child. Here, he observed practical entrepreneurship-but was moved to assume the reins of the family business. Instead, he migrated toward a professional education-then established a catering venture.
The clever proprietor later steered toward the real estate industry and in 2002, created DAMAC Properties-a leading brand in real estate development across the Middle East. Since inception, Mr. Sajwani has mounted over 20,230 luxury units, with a development investment package of over 44,000 units in different planning stages. DAMAC owner Hussain Sajwani delivers a certain je ne sais quoi to each of his developments. AYKON Plaza will include posh amenities such as a spa, restaurants, a beach club, swimming pools, leisure facilities for yoga and tai-chi as well as their signature elite residential social venue called The Club. The Plaza’s addition is in the works and expected to enhance AYKON cityscape.