12,000 sq ft penthouses, 30th-floor infinity ‘sky pool’ and boutique hotels among highlights of 220m Palm 360 towers
Dubai-based developer Nakheel has unveiled a luxury project located on the Palm Jumeirah featuring 12,000 sq ft branded penthouses.
Named Palm 360, the project will be the main feature of Nakheel’s stand at the Cityscape Global exhibition that gets underway in Dubai today, the developer said in a statement.
Located on Palm Jumeirah’s western crescent and set in 500,000 sq ft of landscaped ground, the project is anticipated for delivery in mid-2020. It will include two boutique hotels with 110 rooms between them and 252 one- and two-bedroom serviced apartments, the statement added.
The highlight of the project will be 12 lavish, four-bedroom penthouses, six of which will each cover an area of 12,000 sq ft – equivalent to the size of four tennis courts. The penthouses will occupy an entire floor each – or two floors in the case of the duplexes – and feature facilities such as private infinity pools, gyms and home theatres, Nakheel said.
The twin towers of Palm 360 will rise to a height of 220m, offering sweeping views of the Arabian Gulf and the Dubai skyline. According to Nakheel, the unique features of the property will include a rooftop infinity ‘sky pool’ and a speciality restaurant complex connecting the two buildings at the 30th floor, more than 170m above ground. The length of the pool will be 135m, which is longer than a football field, the statement said, adding that the project’s hotels will occupy the first nine floors of each tower,
“Palm 360 will take luxury living and hospitality to a whole new level. Another iconic development for Palm Jumeirah and a new landmark for Dubai, this unique creation brings together the very best in location, views and amenities at what will undoubtedly be one of the most sought-after addresses in the world,” said Ali Rashid Lootah, chairman, Nakheel.