Park Towers in Dubai International Financial Centre

Building Detail :

  • Park Towers is a multi-building complex in Dubai International Financial Centre, Dubai.
  • The development comprises two individual buildings: Park Tower 1 and Park Tower 2.
  • Amenities include 24-hour security, a Jacuzzi, allocated car parking spaces, a barbecue area, a gymnasium, steam and sauna rooms, a temperature-controlled swimming pool, a tennis court and visitor parking.

Park Towers is a mixed-use development located along Sheikh Zayed Road (E11) in DIFC. Developed by DAMAC Properties, it offers two high-rise buildings with apartments, offices and shops for rent and sale. Each building has 49 floors, seven of which are designated for offices, residential units start from the 12th floor and up. The podium level consists of parking spaces and retail areas.

At 120 meters (393,701 ft.) each, these two buildings are instantly recognizable in the DIFC area. In fact, the complex was named the ‘Best Mixed-use Project in the World.’ The project was started in 2004 and completed in 2011. On the residential side, you can choose between studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartment types. Each apartment has a large balcony overlooking the surrounding area with parks, cafes and recreational facilities.

On the commercial side, Park Towers has a business center with state-of-the-art office space, cafes, restaurants and retail outlets. Business owners can choose between shell and core units and fully equipped offices in the complex.

SCHOOLS

Park Towers has many schools nearby including Citizens School at 1.3 km and Jumeira Baccalaureate School at 2.2 km.

In terms of performance, there are seven schools in the area that have achieved either the top two government inspections of ‘Very Good’ or ‘Outstanding’, including Horizon English School Dubai, which has an ‘Outstanding’ rating, and Jumeirah English Speaking School, which also has . “Excellent” rating.

Japanese School Dubai

Dubai Japanese School or Japanese School in Dubai is a Japanese school with educational programs located in the Al Wasl area of ​​Dubai. The Northern Association of the Japanese Community established the school in 1980. The school is located near Jumeira Beach. The pink-colored building is adjacent to the Modern High School campus.

Japanese education emphasizes the development of pedagogy. Teachers design new lessons and then present them to fellow educators for feedback. Teachers also work to identify school-wide problems and come together to find solutions. The education system constantly encourages teachers to come up with new ways to improve education in Japan and engage students.

Japanese students cannot detained. Any student can advance to the next grade regardless of their attendance or grades. The only test scores that really matter are high school and college entrance exams. Despite this seemingly unregulated structure, the high school graduation rate in Japan is 96.7%, while in the US (where attendance and good grades required to advance to the next grade) the graduation rate is 83%.

Despite being one of the most progressive countries in science and technology, Japan does not use technology much in schools. Many schools prefer pencil and paper. To save money, schools use electric fans instead of air conditioning and kerosene heaters instead of central heating. However, technology now slowly being introduced into classrooms with more use of the internet and computers for assignments.

Citizens School

Adequate education helps a young person become a full member of society. Knowledge provides the basis for a successful career, a high social status, a decent life and the ability to achieve one ambitions. To reach such a high level requires a lot of effort and the desire to overcome the first obstacle. An educated individual is aware that he must learn and develop throughout his life in order. To able to recognize and take advantage of the many opportunities that presented to him.
There many definitions and views of the role of education. All share the importance of acquiring specific knowledge and skills. Some experts believe that the most important goal of job training to make a person a. Useful member of society, others insist on achieving personal ambition and potential.

how one views the purpose of learning. The fact that without specialized knowledge it is impossible to achieve success in life. This knowledge acquired in school and expanded through higher education as well personal development outside the regular education system.

In to fully understand the world. One needs to have certain knowledge. Education enables children to gain the academic achievements they will need to interpret life situations, develop critical thinking and make the best possible decisions. Education helps people to better understand the social relationships, needs and behavior of other people. This achieved only by learning about certain phenomena in society. Through specific activities such volunteering in one community.

Jumeira Baccalaureate School

Jumeira Baccalaureate School is a Pre KG to Grade 12 school in Jumeirah District, Dubai City, the United Arab Emirates. It is a private institution managed by Taaleem, a UAE-based company and one of the largest education providers in the Middle East.

Jumeira Baccalaureate School (JBS) is a project by Taleem — one of the largest education providers in the UAE. Taleem owns numerous schools in the UAE offering different curricula meeting the needs of local and expatriate communities. The government of Dubai partially owns Taleem.

Established in 2010, the school teaches the International Baccalaureate curriculum. It is one of the top IB schools in Dubai offering top-notch education from Foundation Stage 1 to Grade 12. This educational institute also has a wide range of enrichment activities for the all-round development of students.

Currently, it has over 800 students, 89 full-time teachers and 25 teaching assistants. Most students at JBS are Emirati; however, students from 60 nationalities coexist. Most teachers are from the United Kingdom. Jumeira Baccalaureate School KHDA rating is very good.

The educational programme, campus facilities, admission and fee information and non-academic activities offered at Jumeira Baccalaureate.

NEIGHBOURHOODS

Explore communities that are adjacent or close to Park Towers.

City Walk (1.7 km)

Sheikh Zayed Road (0.8 km)

La Mer by Meraas (3.1 km)

TRANSPORT & ACCESS

Commute times by car

From Park Towers it takes roughly 4 minutes to drive to Dubai Mall, 18 minutes to Palm Jumeirah, 17 minutes to Burj Al Arab and 22 minutes to The Walk JBR.*

Airport proximity

Dubai International Airport (DXB) is roughly 14 minutes’ drive and the new Al Maktoum International Airport is roughly 44 minutes’ drive.*

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Park Towers in Dubai International Financial Centre