OVERVIEW


Just when you think Dubai’s coastline can’t get any more luxurious, The Palm Jumeirah comes along, an island that is literally shaped like a palm tree!

Once condemned as a never-to-be project, today The Palm Jumeirah blossoms and can be dotted even from the Space. “The tree in the ocean” is a unique engineering project that stretches 5.5 km along the Arabian Gulf. Though the base of the current huge palm is stones and sand, and the earthquakes together with frantic storms and erosion may be threatening perils to it, the archipelago, nevertheless, continues existing. The whole project seems to be against the laws of engineering, meanwhile it wins in fighting against the almighty forces of nature.

Dubai was in a contagious mess of building the world’s biggest man-made island in August 2001. But how did the idea and the courage of establishing an entire island out of nothing originated? The Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the author of this man-made miracle, came up with the idea of a 2 billion dollar’s project to provide a prosperous vision of Dubai during the coming decades. Given the history of hosting 5 million tourists in Dubai per year, and having the strong resistance to make the number increase to 15 million, the Prince decided to create a new space in the shape of a palm tree for more visitors. So, the palm tree shape solved Dubai’s beach shortage, by tripling the amount of coastline in the city.

SUBPROJECTS


Consisting of three principal parts- the Trunk, the Fronds and the Crescent, like a real tree, hotels, apartments and villas in Palm Jumeirah are divided into different clusters. It’s 4 times bigger than London’s Hyde Park and 1.5 times bigger than New York’s Central Park.

Thanks to its unique shape, everyone who lives on Palm Jumeirah has a view of the Arabian Gulf. Because it is so different from anything else in the world, Palm Jumeirah is a major tourist destination. In fact, 20,000 people visit the island every day! Many of them wind up spending their time on the Crescent, since that’s where a number of giant, five-star hotels are located. There are also three large marinas on the Trunk that boat owners love! The Trunk also has plenty of stores and restaurants to choose from.

Having the advantage of an easy access to The Monorail and the sub-sea tunnel, The Fronds is thus interconnected to the rest of the project. The Garden Homes are all located on the Fronds. There are 16 different Fronds to choose from, and the prices vary from Frond to Frond. Each frond has been given a letter (A-P), and higher letters usually equal more expensive homes. Each Garden Home comes with 5,000-6,000 square feet of living space. There are a number of different floor plans and architectural styles to choose from. No matter which one you pick, though, you’ll get a home that is chock full of luxurious details – like marble floors and walk-in closets.

If you dream of calling this place a home, there are all kinds of different apartments, villas in the Palm Jumeirah, and exclusive mansions to choose from.

The Trunk is made as a marvelous living venue through a number of benchmarks, like residential beach resorts The Tiara Residence, , The Oceana, The Marina Residence, The Golden Mile, etc. One of the hotels in the Atlantis Palm Jumeirah. The Shoreline Apartments: Divided into 20 different buildings, the Shoreline Apartments are located on the Trunk. If you live in one of the apartments on the right side, you’ll have direct access to a private beach. If on the left, you’ll have to cross the street to get to the private beach. Either way, though, you’ll have a spectacular view!

With up to 7 bedrooms and as much as 13,000 square feet of space, The Signature Villas are basically giant versions of the Garden Homes. They are also located on the Fronds, but they’re located on the tips for added privacy. Like the Garden Homes, the price for a Signature Villa depends on which Frond it is on.

Semi-Circling the project for 11 kms, the Crescent features the Taj Exotic Resort and Spa, Atlantis, Royal Amwaj, Jumeirah Al Fattan Palm Resort, Kingdom of Sheba etc. The latter is still under development yet comprises a mixed-use residential and leisure luxury resort including freehold residences and fully furnished suites at the Balqis Residence. As far as the residential part is concerned, there are 34 palatial, four and five bedroom sea-facing villas with private pools, gardens and enclosed three car garages. Moreover, Penthouses and 28 townhouses are left to your discretion.

AMENITIES


In case of having shopping, Mall of Emirates is the most convenient shopping area to the Palm Jumeirah development. Other malls are Dubai Maria Mall, Ibn Battuta and others. All the malls offer excellent opportunities for leisure and shopping. Stroll around and get pleasure.

Looking for an institution with high educational standards, you may choose between The Regent International School, Wellington International, American School of Dubai and Jumeirah schools and others. All the schools held a mission of bringing up their students through the acknowledgement of the knowledge.

As far as the nearest health institutions are concerned, Jebel Ali Hospital, NMC Family Clinic and Medcare Medical Center, are among the best and the closest ones to the Palm Jumeirah. So, in case you need them, it is just one or so km way to reach.

Market Trends


Once this superstructure was thought would never be realized. But as you may witness, today Palm Jumeirah is among the top destinations in not only Dubai, but also in the whole United Arab Emirates.

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Residential Sales & Rental Price-per-square-foot in Palm Jumeirah

Properties for Sale & Rent in Palm Jumeirah