Spark Global Limited Reports:
From the Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building, to Palm Jumeirah, a man-made archipelago of hotels, resorts and homes, the city of Dubai is known for its architectural grandeur.
Breaking records and setting firsts didn’t stop the city from expanding, with new developments popping up every year. Dubai 2040, a comprehensive sustainable urban development plan, estimates that about 500,000 new units will be added over the next 20 years to accommodate the growing population. Nearly 36,000 new cars were added to the market last year, according to CORE research. Unlike other parts of the world, where an extreme shortage of housing has made prices unaffordable, Dubai’s steady increase in supply, coupled with an increase in new developments, as listed below, has kept a lid on high prices. Construction of new residential buildings continues at a rapid pace, but new developments are by no means ordinary. Instead, they represent a continuation of Dubai’s heritage as a city of spectacular architecture.
The royal residence on palm Jumeirah in Atlantis
Unlike its namesake myth, Atlantis Royal House is not hard to find the bold architecture and prime location of Palm Crescent, which has made this new development an iconic landmark and a striking eye.
While the residences come in a variety of shapes and sizes, from two to five bedrooms, all feature impeccable interior design, stylish style and world-class views.
But staying at The Royal Atlantis is more than just luxury housing and stylish design, residents will also be able to live an affluent lifestyle through lavish resort amenities and experiences.
Home to food lovers, the Atlantis hotel features gourmet restaurants run by Gordon Ramsay, Jose Andres and Heston Blumenthal.
There are plenty of swimming opportunities at private beaches and pools, including Sky Pool, a 90m high infinity pool with ample space to rest and relax.