Damac unveils $10m luxury pads

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Dubai's Damac Properties is targeting the world's super-rich with a collection of apartments priced at up to $10 million.

The exclusive residences will each occupy an entire floor in two of Damac's landmark skyscrapers: Ocean Heights in Dubai Marina and Lotus Heights in Business Bay.

The apartments, known as Signature Residences, will have uninterrupted 360 degree views thanks to their lofty locations from the 67 th to 75 th floors of the towers. They will each be reached by their own private, voice-activated elevator.

"Today we are making a statement and through our offering, which is one-of-a-kind, we believe that this elite group of people who are part of the Signature Residences will enjoy the highest form of luxury that anybody can comprehend. We are a company that believes in unique offerings" said Hussain Sajwani, chairman of Damac Group.

Renowned designer HBA (Hersh Bedner Associates) has designed the interiors of the Signature Residences.

Peter Riddoch, CEO of Damac Properties, said: "We at Damac take luxury very seriously and pay attention to your finest of details and makes sure customers live life to the fullest. The facilities include children activity room, tennis court, sauna and spa baths, gymnasium, swimming pool, all apartments with maid's room, four parking spaces each and every apartment will have its very own swimming pool, personal gymnasium and steam room.

"We shower our customers with all the facilities and amenities for them to relax and stay in the pink of health and enjoy each moment of their luxurious lifestyle."

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