Grasp developer Nakheel has launched the final remaining flats on the Palm Tower, its 52-storey landmark improvement on the world-famous Palm Jumeirah.
With almost 70 per cent of the Palm Tower Residences already bought, the remaining inventory is now accessible with new and unique offers introduced right this moment at a Nakheel digital assembly attended by tons of of actual property brokers.
Costs begin from AED1.7 million, with the primary 5 years’ service expenses and all DLD charges included.
Aqil Kazim, Nakheel chief industrial officer, mentioned: “We thank our companions for his or her continued help through the challenges attributable to the pandemic.
“Regardless of the circumstances, we achieved AED2.2 billion price of property gross sales final 12 months, with 2021 additionally off to a powerful begin.
“We actually worth our dealer partnerships and stay up for additional collaboration and success this 12 months and past.”
The launch of the final remaining flats comes simply days after Nakheel introduced that the Palm Tower is 95 per cent complete.
Positioned on the coronary heart of the award-winning Palm Jumeirah, the 240 metre Palm Tower presents gorgeous, uninterrupted sea, island and metropolis views – and the final word in excessive rise dwelling, leisure and hospitality.
The tower includes 432 luxurious, totally furnished residences, a 290-room St. Regis resort and a three-storey, rooftop eating and leisure vacation spot together with the View remark deck.
The View would be the first element of the tower to go reside when it opens to the general public later this month.
The Palm Tower has its personal onsite Palm Monorail station and is immediately linked to Nakheel Mall, with Al Ittihad Park and the island’s various vary of leisure sights on the doorstep.
The studios and one-, two- and three-bedroom flats occupy ranges 19 to 47 of the constructing.
The St. Regis Dubai, the Palm, opening this summer time, is on the primary 18 flooring.
The Palm Tower Residences’ newest launch is backed by a brand new advertising marketing campaign – with the slogan ‘the place the island meets the sky’ – aimed toward native and worldwide buyers.