About Burj Khalifa
The Burj Khalifa in Dubai acts as a focal point for Downtown Dubai, forging an actual connection between the tower and the neighbourhood. With something for everyone, downtown Dubai is a multicultural region that combines the best of the Arab and Western cultures. Around the Burj Khalifa's site, there are a lot of residential apartment complexes and villas.
The enormous tower is referred to as a "vertical city" because to the over 22 million man-hours clocked in and the over 12,000 workers working everyday at any given moment during construction. Its size and lavish mixed-use facilities make the moniker entirely appropriate. Given that it can accommodate up to 35,000 people inside the structure alone and can accommodate at least 10,000 people at a time, it is deserving of its rank. It boasts 900 apartments, 304 hotel rooms, and 2,957 parking spots.
The world's tallest tower, Burj Khalifa, is the first to have residential space. With 900 homes altogether spread across levels 19 to 108 of the tower's residential wing, its height is unmatched. Studios, 1, 2, 3, and 4-bedroom suites are among the available property options.