The specific height of the building hasn’t actually been disclosed, as the developer explains that it will be taller than the Burj Khalifa, but will only reveal its height upon completion.'The unimpressed object of his affections replied: 'I really don't need to know' as the man insisted: 'I want more photos.'One spurned Casanova chose to offer some 'constructive criticism' after being rejected. Btw just my .02 you should totally make pic 4 ur 1st pic.'I feel like those sunglasses make you looked reaaaaally bad.'As the woman responded: 'Wait what.'To which the man wrote: 'Oh I was giving you some constructive criticism, which you can take however you want lol.'Explaining his logic, he tried to reason: 'I think it's kinda like a friend telling you that you have a booger hanging out of your nose...At this point the romantic hopeful had decided to brazen it out and said that there was 'room for two' and continued: 'You've got to give me credit, that's never happened to me.
The proposed project expects completion by 2020, which coincidentally will be the same year that Dubai will host the World Expo Trading Fair.
The announcement explained that Spanish-Swiss architect Santiago Calatrava Valls is expected to devote 20 floors that will boast an observation decks, restaurants, and a boutique hotel.