It has the observations that the site and the flamboyant interior, even if someone lost in a dream world after considering the One at Palm Jumeirah will soon be risen by the rates.
The Omniyat has placed the project’s penthouse on the market for a bank-busting Dh181 million, creating it Dubai’s most high-priced apartment despite it has not even been structured.
The head of projects at Asteco Property Management, Mario Volpi, averred that a property in this rate range would be alluring for anyone who also desires some seclusion, solitude or is blaze with the currency.
The expansion has been planned as the ultimate address, according to developer, whereas it also depicts the property as a personal temple.
The penthouse appears with seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms, and 12 parking spaces. The internal area is above 25,000 square feet, and the terrace comes in at a staggeringly massive 16,640 sq ft.
The construction has a common swimming pool with a spa and a gymnasium, and proffers desirable panorama of Dubai Marina and the sea.
The future owner of the penthouse won’t be agonized concerning its price, on the other hand. In terms of site, this cannot actually fail with the Palm Jumeirah. The project is called after the plot number, so it’s right at the beginning of the Palm and will have comfortable way in, as well it will have astonishing scenes that will in due course include the ferris wheel on Bluewaters Island.
The executive chairman of Omniyat, Mahdi Amjad, just uttered that the firm was in the final phases of facilitating works at One at Palm Jumeirah and set for completion by the end of 2017.
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