The work on the detailed design of Aladdin City, a project of three main towers on Dubai Creek inspired by the ancient Aladdin stories, has commenced, according to a Dubai Municipality official quoted by Arabian Business.

The municipality appointed Meinhardt Group, a multidisciplinary engineering consultancy, as a consultant and tasked them with conducting the detail study.

Daoud Al Hajri, Assistant Director General for Engineering and Planning at the municipality, announced that the whole detailed design would be completed within a year.

According to Meinhardt Group’s project page, Aladdin City will include three towers of 33, 24 and 25 storeys height respectively, with an area of 150,000 square meters, and is set to include offices and hotels, as well as parking space for 900 cars.