Introducing The Palm Crown…

The Pointe first opened as a dining and entertainment destination at the top of the Palm Jumeirah in December 2018. But in May 2023, developer Nakheel confirmed that the area – complete with a cinema, dancing fountains and string of eateries – would be redeveloped.

And although Nakheel is yet to officially announce what will happen to The Pointe, several real estate companies have now listed information regarding the new development, called The Palm Crown.

As was initially thought when tenants at The Pointe were served 12-month notices last May, the area looks like it will be redeveloped for a series of 38 luxe residential villas. According to the master plan advertised on Prop Search, 18 Crown Views plots will dot the shorefront, with each Atlantis-facing plot coming with its own private beach. There will then be a further 20 Crown Garden Villas set among lush green landscaping either side of the metro line, in the space currently designated for parking.

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No details on the pricing or timeline for the development has been given officially by Nakheel.

Alongside what will no doubt be incredibly luxurious villas, The Palm Crown will come with several amenities that those lucky to call the new development home can enjoy. The plan features several green spaces, as well as a Clubhouse with a swimming pool that spills down onto the beach, right in the middle of the development.

There’s already some seriously luxe residences under-development on Palm Jumeirah as the city’s real estate sector continues to boom, including residences from SLS, Six Senses and Dorchester Collection.

Como Residences

There’s also plans for a jaw-dropping new skyscraper on the trunk of The Palm, Como Residences. Drawing inspiration from its waterfront setting for the futuristic design, with each floor resembling a rolling ocean wave. The tower’s unique design won’t be the only thing that makes it stand out. At 75 floors, it will be the tallest building on the Palm Jumeirah by some way, eclipsing the current tallest tower on The Palm, the 52-floor Palm Tower in the centre of the trunk.