The collection comprises off-plan and secondary units strategically located in some of Dubai’s most sought-after locations
Penthouse.ae, powered by Metropolitan, a Dubai-based full-service real estate agency specializing in serving the needs of Ultra High Net Worth Individuals (UHNWIs), has announced the launch of The Luxury Collection, a portfolio of 60 ultra-luxury properties worth over AED 30B.
This collection comprises off-plan and secondary units strategically located in some of Dubai’s most sought-after locations, including Palm Jebel Ali, Palm Jumeirah, Jumeirah Bay Island, Jumeirah Islands, Downtown Dubai and more. The Collection, a mix of lavish villas and penthouses, includes standalone units from premium developers and branded residences such as Fairmont, Armani, Pagani, Baccarat, Six Senses, SLS and more. Prices for properties in The Luxury Collection range from AED 10M to AED 1B, with sizes ranging from 3,000 sq. ft. to 30,000 sq. ft.
The Collection offers investors a portfolio of ultra-luxury properties that offer high return on investment and which tend to appreciate over the long term. Properties within the collection are designed with the highest quality materials and craftsmanship, featuring unique architectural elements, premium finishes and the latest technology, allowing for customisations and personalisation to suit specific needs and preferences. The properties also offer beautiful views and amenities such as pools, spas, gyms, home theatres, expansive outdoor space for entertaining and advanced security features.
“The Luxury Collection represents the epitome of luxury living and the creme de la crème in Dubai’s luxury real estate market,” said Petri Mannila, Head of Luxury at Penthouse.ae. “These properties offer our clients a unique opportunity to invest in some of the most exclusive properties in the most coveted locations in Dubai. We are confident that these units will appeal to discerning buyers from all over the world as Dubai remains a popular destination for ultra-high net worth individuals.”