A Dubai developer is seeking Dh181 million for a penthouse in a Dh2-billion tower on the Palm Jumeirah, making it the most-costliest apartment up for sale in the emirate.
The unit is listed by Omniyat Properties in the One at Palm Jumeirah.
The listing on its website reveals the 42,477.58 square feet penthouse has eight bedrooms and seven bathrooms.
The internal area is 25,836.59 square feet with the balcony area being 16,640.99 square feet.
The unit will come with 12 parking spaces, offering full sea and Dubai Marina skyline views.
Work has commenced on the tower, which is being built jointly by Omniyat and Drake & Scull International, according to an earlier company statement.
The 25-storey tower, comprising 90 apartments, is scheduled for completion by 2017.
It will have indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a cinema, cigar lounge, super luxury spa and yacht club.
The luxury tower is designed by international architects including Soma from New York, Super Potato from Japan and Vladimir from Lebanon.
Previously, Emirates 24|7 reported that the costliest apartment sold in 2014 was for Dh60 million - a unit in Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest tower.
Currently, the most expensive listing in the world is worth Dh1.47 billion ($400 million) for a quintuplex penthouse in Odeon Tower in Monaco, which boasts an infinity pool linked by a slide.
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