Project located on the left trunk of the Palm Jumeirah is expected to be completed in 2018, developer says
Dubai-based developer Omniyat says its One Palm project, located on the left trunk of the Palm Jumeirah, is “rapidly taking shape”, with construction works in full swing.
The development has reached level three of its cores, with first level slabs now completed at 16m above ground level, Omniyat said.
Slabs are expected to be completed up to level 15 by the end of 2016, making One Palm taller than its neighbouring developments, it added
The developer said that the 910,000 square foot project is expected to be completed in 2018.
Set to be the tallest private residences on the Palm, the project will consist of 90 residences.
It will offer a range of amenities and facilities such as The One Palm Clubhouse which includes a fine-dining restaurant, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, an outdoor cinema, a BBQ area, a cigar lounge, a yacht club and a spa.
In terms of the consultants involved, New York based SOMA is the architect for the project, while buyers will be able to choose from interiors designed by Japanese firm Super Potato or London-based design studio Elicyon.
Mark Phoenix, managing director of Omniyat, said: “With its superior list of facilities and amenities, paired with extraordinary design, luxurious interiors and unspoilt views, it’s no surprise that One Palm, has been billed as Dubai’s most exclusive address.”
“It’s clear to see from our latest construction report that development of One Palm is coming on in leaps and bounds. This has clearly piqued the interest of potential buyers who are keen to get their hands on one of these magnificent properties.”