Palm Tower 2

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Height: Architectural 244.5 m / 802 ft
Height: Occupied 230 m / 755 ft
Height: To Tip 245.7 m / 806 ft
Floors Above Ground 58
Floors Below Ground 2
# of Elevators 26
Top Elevator Speed 8 m/s
Tower GFA 130,000 m² / 1,399,308 ft²
Development GFA 264,000 m² / 2,841,672 ft²


Official Name Palm Tower 2
Name of Complex Palm Towers
Structure Type Building
Status Completed
Country Qatar
City Doha
Street Address & Map Majlis Al Taawon Street, West Bay
Building Function office
Structural Material composite
  • Core: Reinforced Concrete
  • Columns: Concrete Encased Steel
  • Floor Spanning: Steel
Proposed 2006
Construction Start 2006
Completion 2011
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Regional Ranking #81 Tallest in Middle East
National Ranking #3 Tallest in Qatar
City Ranking #3 Tallest in Doha

Companies Involved

Owner/Developer Dar Investment
Design MZ Architects
Structural Engineer
Design MZ Architects
MEP Engineer
Design MZ & Partners
Project Manager Hill International
Main Contractor Al Seal Contracting
Material Supplier
• Cladding Shenzhen Hongjia Glass Products Company
• Elevator KONE
• Fire Proofing Grace Construction Products
• Formwork Doka GmbH

About Palm Tower 2

Inspired by the native palm trees of Qatar, the Palm Towers in Doha rise as an icon of the city’s cultural memory. The palm tree is a symbol of survival, and the form of these towers is meant to represent the continuance and success of the surrounding community. To create the design for the towers, the detailing of the façade and the crown were treated to be reminiscent of the plant itself. The faces of the buildings are punctuated with stainless steel fins as well as geometric manipulations of the form to accomplish this imagery.

Standing as landmarks in Doha’s quickly expanding commercial district, the slender twin towers have a variety of office spaces to cater to the needs of its users. The circular core and hexagonal form contribute to the layout’s efficiency. At the base, the towers are connected by an eight-story parking podium to serve all visitors and occupants.

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