The sky-themed villas feature a media lounge, private spa, home cinema and personal gym
Following the successful launch of eight of the 12 mansions at The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Creekside, Dubai developer MAG has announced the release of the remaining four Sky mansions onto the market, each valued at US $54.4mn.
The newly-announced mansions have four levels (Basement + G + 2), featuring eight bedroom suites, a majlis, a media room, a lounge, living and family rooms, dining spaces, and a personal office.
Each mansion, outfitted with cutting-edge home automation and security systems, also has a premium spa, private wellness facilities, a state-of-the-art gym, as well as a home cinema, the developer explained.
In late October 2022, Mukesh Ambani purchased Dubai’s most expensive villa for $163mn.
On the sales launch, Senior Executive Vice Chairman Talal Moafaq Al Gaddah said: “The unveiling of the Sky mansions further heightens our overall enthusiasm, as we are thrilled with the response to our launches of the Earth and Water mansions. The project has been designed in response to strong demand and project sales. The careful planning that went into creating the mansions, symbolising intellect, creativity and new beginnings, also considers the elements of nature embodied in the Sky theme. The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Dubai, Creekside project reflects MAG’s ongoing efforts to provide an immersive wellness-luxury lifestyle across Dubai by taking a comprehensive approach to offering top-notch amenities within residences and meeting the current aesthetic standards of residents.”
According to MAG, the exterior and interior designs of the mansions reflect the natural elements of the sky, giving residents unique experiences of the outdoor world.
The Sky mansions’ interiors have elegant and light-filled areas complemented by unique, custom-made designer furnishings. The residences are differentiated by a high aesthetic value, using only hand-selected premium materials from artisans worldwide to offer a long-lasting, exquisite experience, the developer concluded.