Finished façade of Dubai Marina building consists of over 1,500 lights
Real estate development company Tebyan has appointed real estate brokerage Engel & Völkers as the exclusive sales agent to officially launch the final phase of Sparkle Towers in Dubai Marina ahead of its Q1 completion.
Sparkle Towers comprises 373 state-of-the-art luxury apartments with a marble entrance and a crystal decorated lobby and common areas designed by Swarovski.
The twin-tower development features 29 and 14 storeys structures that are connected by a four-floor residential podium. The building façade consists of over 1,500 lights – “making the towers sparkle at night,” says Tebyan.
The apartments and penthouses all feature marble and ceramic flooring, granite countertops, and the finest European bathroom fittings and finishes, along with crystal encrusted apartment number plates, it added.
a truly iconic building owned by Dubai-based and RERA award-winning real estate development company Tebyan, in the very heart of the much sought-after Dubai Marina.
“What makes this development unique is our partnership with the global luxury brand Swarovski, the incredible sea and marina views from every apartment, and a contracted handover in less than four months,” said Mohamed Abdullah Faraj, managing director, Tebyan Real Estate Development.
“Moreover, Sparkle Towers has an enviable location, just two minutes’ walk from the beach, as well as close proximity to a host of shopping, dining and entertainment attractions in JBR and Dubai Marina. Commuters are well catered for too, with Tram and Metro stations nearby and seamless access to Sheikh Zayed Road,” he added.
Matthew Bate, CEO, Engel & Völkers said: “With prices starting at AED 845,000, the value for money aspect is exceptional, given the quality of build, location, panoramic views and of course the project’s partnership with Swarovski makes the investment proposition crystal clear.”
“This is undoubtedly an iconic building and branded landmark for many years to come, adding further value for investors, in a community that has very few building plots remaining. Little wonder that we have already experienced unprecedented demand from investors and end users,” added Bate.