Engel & Volkers, the high-end real estate brokerage, has been appointed exclusive sales agent to officially launch the final phase of Sparkle Towers, a residential project being built in Dubai Marina in a deal with crystal giant Swarovski.
The building owned by Dubai-based development company Tebyan, will offer investors a range of luxury studios, one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments as well as two four-bedroomed penthouses. Prices start from AED845,000.
“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.
Located at one of the last remaining plots in Dubai Marina, Sparkle Towers is a twin-tower development consisting of 29 and 14 storeys respectively and connected by a four-floor residential podium.
The towers are made up of 373 luxury apartments and penthouses incorporating the finest fittings and finishes, a host of amenities and a range of retail units.
Residents of the development will be greeted by a marble entrance and a crystal decorated lobby and common areas thanks to the creative designers at Swarovski.
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.
Matthew Bate, CEO, Engel & Völkers said: “With prices starting at AED845,000, 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."
Other amenities include a fitness centre and spa, swimming pools, separate men’s and women’s Jacuzzi and sauna as well as a dedicated residents lounge.
Outdoors, residents can also enjoy landscaped gardens, a children’s splash park and a play area.
“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.For all the latest construction news from the UAE and Gulf countries, follow us on Twitter and Linkedin, like us on Facebook and subscribe to our YouTube page, which is updated daily.
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