From gravity-defying skyscrapers to amazing new attractions, Dubai has some seriously exciting projects in the works.
The Pad will be home to 256 apartments ranging from small studios to huge three-bedrooms duplexes overlooking the Dubai Canal.
The ME by Meliá will be home to 15 bars and restaurants, including famed London hotspot Roka, Radia Rooftop bar and a basement nightclub…
The ultra-swanky hotel will feature 188 rooms as well as 215 branded residences
Now, this is what real estate dreams are made of.
Lebanon, part of the World Islands has just gone on sale, complete with private beach club, swimming pool and licensed bar…
As well as new restaurants, shops and a farmers’ market, The Yard is home to Dubai’s first ‘Promise Bridge’.
Although tickets are usually only available to buy on the same day, the new tourist attraction has been booked out for a private function.
The Dubai ruler was seen checking out the progress of the groundbreaking Dubai Creek Tower…
The 10-million square foot Emaar Beachfront will feature ‘resort style amenities’ including restaurants, shops and luxury residences
It will be located in the new Raffles hotel within the Palm360 development on the Palm Jumeirah.
Residents will be able to control the rotation speed and direction of their apartment through voice activation. How cool.