Dubai's most expensive penthouse is no longer on the market

It has been sold to one lucky anonymous buyer for an insane price
ByMashal AbbasiWednesday , 13 September 2017
Dubai's most expensive penthouse is no longer on the market

Fancy owning Dubai's most expensive penthouse?

Unfortunately, it's no longer on the market!

Property Developer Omniyat has announced that the penthouse, located at One Palm Omniyat, has sold for a whopping Dhs102 million! Talk about one hell of a price tag.

The anonymous buyer had one specific request, that a 20-metre long private lap pool be built on the rooftop of his penthouse, so that he could swim in private. Omniyat accommodated the request and he pool will become one of the highest and most private swimming pools in Dubai upon completion.   

"Ever since the One Palm was announced, we knew that the penthouse would eventually become Dubai's most expensive residence. The deal was concluded at a record Dh102 million and we at Omniyat would like to congratulate the new proud owner of this incredible piece of ultra luxury real estate," Mahdi Amjad, CEO of Omniyat, said, according to Khaleej Times.

The penthouse is the largest of three triplex penthouses being constructed at One Palm Omniyat, and the owner enjoy over 29,800 square feet of luxury. Each of the five en-suite bathrooms and several living areas offer uninterrupted and unique views of Dubai Marina's skyline and the Arabian Gulf.

Due for completion in 2018, the penthouse includes almost 11,500 square feet of exterior space, including several balconies, terraces and the rooftop area. One Palm will have a range of amenities and facilities to cater to its residents, including a fine-dining restaurant, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, indoor cinema, outdoor cinema and BBQ area, residents lounge, children's pool and playroom and a luxury spa.

We kind of want to move here now!

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