ENSHAA PSC moved its headquarters to Emirates Financial Towers

June 13, 2013

Premium real estate developer proud to take up residence in its flagship project

ENSHAA PSC, the premium quality real estate developer and leading hospitality service provider, has moved its offices to Emirates Financial Towers – a project it developed as a joint venture with MAG Group.

Chief Development Officer Colin Seow says: “We’ve relocated to our iconic towers not only because of its location in the heart of DIFC, the world’s fastest growing international financial centre, but because we are proud to be associated with our own developments. We believe that this thirty -storey project showcases ENSHAA’s passion for innovation and quality.”

The 10,512-square-foot open-plan office is conceptualised with energy-efficient fixtures, natural lighting and centrally controlled power and air conditioning. “Our staff are our most important asset and the design reflects this by the layout and amenities we have designed. Preference has been given to the open offices by having them next to the windows with many private offices located towards the centre of the floor plate. Along with the 360 degree views and great location, our staff will be able to enjoy a fully appointed staff lounge in which meals will be served daily,” said Zarak Ali, ENSHAA’s Senior Development Manager who oversaw the design and construction of both the new headquarters as well as the Emirates Financial Towers development.

Emirates Financial Towers also has the world’s largest intelligent automated parking system, with capacity for 1,191 vehicles. A glass sky-bridge connects the two towers and there are 16 high-speed elevators.

Inside the elliptical-shaped twin towers are 27 floors containing grade A office space, strata titled and available for rental or purchase. Layouts are flexible and an elaborate podium across the first three levels will host luxury retail outlets. In addition to fashion and service retailers, the prestigious development is to offer cafes and fine dining restaurants with magnificent views.

Since it opened in September 2004, the DIFC has attracted internationally known firms from around the globe. “DIFC stands at the centre of a 42-country-strong region that is emerging as a major force in the global economy” adds Seow.