Have a spare Dhs181 million lying around? Well let us introduce you to Dubai’s most expensive apartment.
Looking for new digs? Got a little cash to splash? Well, the penthouse at a yet-to-be-built development called One on Palm Jumeirah is up for grabs for a cool Dhs181 million, making it the most expensive apartment for sale in Dubai.
Listed by Omniyat Properties, the eight-bedroom, seven-bathroom penthouse comes equipped with twelve parking spaces and a total of 42,477 square feet – of which 16,641 is balcony area (that’s two-and-a-half tennis courts worth of balcony).
There are balconies aplenty in the luxury apartment complex. Photo: Omniyat. Multi-level, indoor-outdoor flow, textures-ahoy: the apartment ticks all the design buzzword boxes. Photo: Omniyat.
The apartment is currently being built by Omniyat and Drake & Scull International, and is scheduled for completion by 2017.
The 25-storey tower containing 90 apartments will come kitted out with indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a cinema, a cigar lounge, luxury spa and yacht club.
The balconies in this building are far bigger than our actual apartment. Photo: Omniyat.
Beforehand, one of the most expensive apartments in Dubai belonged to the Burj Khalifa, which sold for Dhs60 million (practically pocket money in comparison).
Which begs the question; would you rather three apartments in the world’s tallest building? Or one apartment with the same square footage as a full-sized football pitch?
From indoor to infinities – this building will have all your pool needs covered. Photo: Omniyat.
If you think One on Palm Jumeirah is pricey, then check out some of the other most expensive apartments around the world – this is how the 0.00001 per cent live:
Monaco: Sky Penthouse in the Odeon Tower – Dhs1,469,280,000 billion
Photo: Groupe Marzocco
London: One Hyde Park Penthouse – Dhs870,548,400 million
New York : Penthouse at the Pierre Hotel – Dhs459,150,000 million
New York: One 57 Winter Garden Penthouse – Dhs422,418,000 million
New York: City Spire Penthouse – Dhs367,320,000 million