Palm Jumeirah Off-planPalm Beach Towers AED 11,503,440
- 3 beds
- 2,147 sq. ft.
The revered Palm Jumeirah is the world's largest man-made island and is comprised of a two kilometre long trunk, a crown made up of 17 fronds and a surrounding crescent. Its 4,000 exclusive villas and spacious apartments enjoy beautiful sea views along with amazing facilities such as a range of sophisticated beach clubs - each with swimming pool, gym and restaurant. A dazzling selection of five-star resorts, including the famous Atlantis hotel, make this a truly unique place to buy a luxury home.
In Palm Jumeirah you will find luxurious apartments for sale with large spaces, available from studios to 5 bedrooms.
Luxury apartments for sale in Palm Jumeirah come in a modern or contemporary style with a variety of amenities. There are also penthouses available with large terraces/gardens and sea views. Community amenities include a private pool, gym, and sauna and steam room. All apartments are developed in a modern or classical style and come with equipped kitchens and ensuite bedrooms. There are also a few serviced apartments also available in Palm Jumeirah, with the last few developments coming up to complete out the area. Most of the apartments offer community or sea views. The beachfront and access to beach clubs are also available in several apartments. Some notable developments in the area include Atlantis The Royal, One Palm, Palme Couture, The Palm Tower, W Residences, Serenia, Muraba, FIVE Palm, Palm Views, The Fairmont Residences, Marina Residences, The 8, and Tiara Residences.
The Palm Jumeirah offers an unrivaled experience of wonder and serenity that only the privileged can experience. It is a man-made, palm-shaped island and is known as the eighth wonder of the world. It is a posh community and is home to some of the biggest multicultural celebrities and socialites from around the world.
The self-declared eighth wonder of the world, Palm Jumeirah, is a man-made, palm-shaped island. The palm strategically increased the length of Dubai's shoreline by 100% by covering an area of 7 million square-meters, while extending 6.5-kilometers into the Arabian Gulf. The island houses a trunk with low-rise residential apartments, while the sixteen fronds are home to villas. Multicultural celebrities and socialites are more drawn towards the exclusivity and posh living offered by the apartments in the area, as the island features private beaches, marinas, restaurants, cafés, and an array of retail outlets.
Palm Jumeirah offers an ultimate crème de la crème lifestyle that appeals to the rich and famous. International wealthy expatriates, like celebrities and socialites, have acquired residency in one of the most exclusive areas by making this a place of second-home residences that promote privacy and tranquility amidst seaside-living, at its best. A themed hotel based on the underwater lost city of Atlantis, housing the same name, is a favourite amongst many living in or visiting Dubai. The resort boasts a mesmerizing aquarium that is home to 65,000 marine animals, two pools, a top-of-the-line spa and nearly a mile of man-made beach. Guests have unlimited free access to the fun packed Aquaventure Waterpark right next door, where there are also dolphin and sea lion experiences, as well as ray feeding sessions. An array of dining options is at your service (like fine-dining in Nobu), as well as popular bars and clubs that boom the nightlife in the Palm. Residents at Atlantis The Royal get to benefit from the Atlantis’ fine dining establishments and theme park besides having some of their own celebrity eateries. Stretching out to 11-kilometers is the seaside promenade, Boardwalk. It runs along the exact length of the palm's crescent, surpassing Atlantis, while providing extensive and scenic views of the Arabian Gulf, with the Dubai Marina skyline at the opposite end. Featuring several food vans along the pathway, it is quickly developing into a top tourist spot not only for tourists and residents to enjoy a leisurely walk or run on the jogging track, but to take breathtaking pictures.