A view of the 5-bedroom duplex apartment in Palm Jumeirah.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
Dubai is a city of superlatives. The world’s tallest building, the globe’s biggest Ferris wheel, the largest flower garden, the highest tennis court on the planet, and in a city of gold, the largest gold ring on earth.
These are just a few records Dubai has broken, and do not make the complete list.
Breaking records is second nature to Dubai, which is why the world comes flocking to this iconic emirate.
Now we just heard that another record has been shattered, this is happening in the world of real estate. The most expensive penthouse in the city was sold for a whopping Dhs85 million!
The stunning 21.300 square-foot, 5-bedroom duplex apartment sits on the top floor of one of the most luxurious residential buildings in Palm Jumeirah, One at Palm Jumeirah by Omniyat. High-end living has hit a new high in Dubai.
What makes it so special? Apart from the stunning panoramic view of the Marina and the Arabian Gulf, a truly unique feature of this architectural masterpiece is the serene rooftop garden. Landscaped terraces and infinity pools offer a unique feeling of being in your own private island in the middle of the city.
The broker behind this jaw-dropping sale is Kianoush Darban, Associate Partner at Driven Properties, who has been handling some of the most luxurious projects Dubai has to offer.
This transaction comes after the best quarter the company had in its nearly 10-year history, showcasing once again that Dubai is the number go-to hotspot for the world’s elite.
The property is nestled in the Palm Jumeirah in Dubai, and has been termed as the most expensive property to be sold in Dubai in 2021.
It is located in Emirates Hills and has an internal area of 60,000 sq ft. Although it only has five bedrooms, the main bedroom is 4,000 sq ft, which is larger than most homes. The ground floor contains the dining and entertainment rooms.
A recent report by the Business Registration & Licensing (BRL) sector of Dubai Economy shows that the Naif locality in Dubai has over 12,478 active operating business licences. Of these, 86% of the licences are commercial (10,702), followed by professional (1,578), tourist and industrial licences.
The Business Registration and Licensing (BRL) sector in Dubai Economy has reported that 550 Instant Licences were issued during the first quarter (January to March) of 2020. Among the Instant Licences issued, 73 per cent were commercial and 27 per cent professional.
In fact, as we walked, we gradually realized that thousands of Porsche drivers were converging for a convention, one of many luxury-car events the area hosts every year.
Over the weekend and before the celebratory graduation party for 13 women who dared to learn about coffee-making and mixology – that which is about all the wide range of aperitifs and mixed drinks, Fahim Arrif who began as a barrista himself in his native South Africa 18 years back, said: “Over the nine years I have been in the UAE, the consumer palette for coffee has changed drastically. People have learnt to educate themselves about food they consume.
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