Armani Beach Residences usher in a new era of opulence at Dubai’s Palm Jumeirah, with sky-high penthouses, presidential suites, and apartments starting at $5.7 million.

Dubai is home to all things lavish, including designer residences, and the latest one to join the bandwagon is Sharjah property developer Arada’s Armani Beach Residences at Palm Jumeirah. After flooring the likes of Kanye West and Kardashians in the West, Japanese genius and Pritzker-Prize-winning architect Tadao Ando lends his expertise to the project. The development features 53 two to five-bedroom residences, as well as penthouses and two presidential suites.

This collaboration marks the first time the two stalwarts, Tadao Ando and Armani, have come together, and it’s also Ando’s first architectural project in the Middle East. Prices start at Dh21 million ($5.7 million) for two-bedroom residences, Dh32 million ($8.7 million) for the three-bedroom, Dh51 million ($14 million) for the four-bedroom, and the five-bedroom residences start from Dh60 million ($16.3 million). Prices for the exceptional penthouses and presidential suites are not revealed, but like its location, they are expected to be sky-high. The largest presidential suite is 43,830 square feet, while the smallest space, the two-bedroom apartment, is 2,657 square feet.

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The Armani name brings coveted features, fixtures, and fittings from Armani/Casa for living spaces, bathrooms, and kitchens. While the Dubai skyline offers superlative and unmatched views outside, thanks to the floor-to-ceiling glass facades, the Armani touch makes everything inside attractive. The apartments welcome patrons with a circular or linear foyer (a signature Armani concept) and a terrace.

The luxe amenities include a residents’ spa, multipurpose function room, cigar lounge, a compact movie theatre, children’s playroom, and landscaped deck area, as well as a private beach, per The National. “The apartments are some of the largest you will see on The Palm. They’re in the top 5 percent,” Rosa Piro, senior business development director at Arada, told The National.

“They’ve introduced features which are very different from what’s commonly available in the market in Dubai,” Ms. Piro added. The two presidential suites, taking a place of pride atop the structure, boast a courtyard space, a pool, a gym, a library, a private cinema, and a private parking area with space for no less than seven cars. If buying the house is fun for those with deep pockets, planning the home of your dreams will be even more exciting. Imagine flying to the hub of creativity, Italy, to choose the designs and meet the man, Giorgio Armani, who will personally be involved in all of the interior design of Armani/Casa’s work.

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“[The presidential suites] will both be designed by Armani/Casa according to the guests’ requirements,” Ms. Piro said. “We will organize a trip for the buyers to go to Milan and meet the interior Armani/Casa team, and have a meet and greet with Giorgio Armani. They will be able to carefully select how they would like their penthouse to be.” Understated luxury, bespoke interiors, and the Armani touch make the Armani Beach Residences a dream that’s incredibly close to coming true. The project is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2026.

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