10 Best Towers in Sharjah

Sharjah is the cultural hub of the UAE, a pocket-friendly hub for working or living between there and Dubai and a place to call home for your family. We take a look at the towers dominating Property Finder charts through the nation’s clicks.

10 best towers in Sharjah

Asas Tower

Topping the charts is the 44-storey Asas Tower, offering panoramic views of some of the most famous lagoons, lakes and canals in the UAE and the landmarks bordering them. It’s conveniently located on the Al Khan Bay, a boundary between Sharjah and Dubai, so it’s easy to see why it’s the nation’s top scorer.

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Sahara Tower 1

Ringing in second is a Sahara Complex favourite. This tower won’t put a dent in your pocket and offers all the typical trappings of a kick-back lifestyle. It strategically lies in the Al Nahda area, which is nestled between Dubai and Sharjah, with some of the top schools in the country nearby.

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Mega Mall

Making it into the top three is one of the largest and oldest malls in the UAE. Its core elements include affordable rents and a shopping paradise with family-friendly overtones. Being located in Al Qasima enhances its popularity.

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Sahara Tower 5


All Sahara residential units offer affordable middle income housing in a 3.1 million square foot tight-knit community. Having easy access and exit to Dubai highways, the buildings offer residents views of Mamzar Creek and the plush Dubai skyline.

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Sahara Tower 2

The Sahara Complex isn’t only a stone’s throw away from Dubai but also 20 minutes from Sharjah International Airport and 10 minutes from Dubai International Airport. Another big appeal is that it adopts Arabic cultural customs of spacious living and always separating living rooms and kitchens.

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Sahara Tower 3

The final Sahara Tower on the list has 20 residential floors and jaw-dropping facilities that include a luxury health club. 

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Al Nahda Complex

It must be the access to a wider spread of neighbourhood amenities that has this complex luring in so much interest. Sweat equity will be on the cards as you’ll be heading to squash, tennis, basketball and volleyball courts. If that wasn’t impressive enough, the complex boasts two helipads.

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Gulf Pearl Towers

Saving you time and energy, the three Gulf Pearl Towers are situated in the Dubai-Sharjah split area of Al Nahda. There’s no shortage of shopping activity as they are in the heart of four sizable malls. They come with a convenient raft of amenities too, which beckon house hunters to their doors.

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 Al Nahda Tower


It seems Sharjah residents want the best of both worlds, with a smooth crossing between being close to Dubai and taking advantage of the nature reserves and the open air. Al Nahda Tower is minutes away from Al Mamzar Park, Lake and Beach, Al Nahda Pond Park and Khalid Lake and sprinkles a touch of culture with Al Qasba Theatre.

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Danat Al Khan Tower

Rounding out the top 10 is this upscale 51-storey skyscraper. It comes with all the mod-cons and promises a bird’s-eye-view of the Al Khan Corniche and the landmarks that blanket it. It’s also another tower that serves Dubai access easily.

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4 key points to take away:

  • People are looking for immediate and easy access to Dubai.
  • Affordable homes are more popular than expensive ones.
  • Residents prefer to be close to water and greenery and lead an active lifestyle.
  • Shopping malls serve as an important aspect of Sharjah lifestyle.


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