A look inside Dubai World Island’s new hideaway with floating helipads and sail-in apartments

A look inside Dubai World Island's new hideaway with floating helipads and sail-in apartments

A developer has revealed the newest ultra-high end offering at Dubai’s World Islands, which includes a floating helipad and “sail-in-sail-out” houses and villas with a price tag of up to $68 million.

The company behind the “Amali Island” project, Amali Properties, wants to serve ultra-high net worth clients that value seclusion and exclusivity.

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24 villas will be included in the development on two artificial islands off the coast of Dubai. Each of the 1.2 million square foot villas will have an own beachfront area of up to 50 meters.

The villas in the project will be built in seven distinct architectural styles, giving customers the opportunity to personalize their coastal residence. Prices for the crown jewel, a private island villa named Villa Avatea, range from 50 million dirhams ($13.6 million) to $68 million (Dh250 million).

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The villas will offer “sail-in-sail-out” dwellings, giving owners quick boat access, according to Amali Properties co-founder Ali Sajwani.

In addition, a 10,000 square foot clubhouse, private berths, a floating helipad, and a floating padel tennis court are among the resort-style features included in the proposal.

According to Sajwani, the islands can be reached by boat in just six minutes from central Dubai and eighteen minutes from Dubai International Airport.

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Sajwani told Al Arabiya English that there is a high demand for the 24 villas because 19 of them have already been sold ahead of time. He also said that Amali Island presents a “unique proposition” in comparison to other premium real estate in Dubai.

Elastic, an architecture firm, created the idea with the goal of merging luxurious living with the outdoors. Amira Sajwani, the creator of Amali Properties, stated that Amali Island “reflects our vision of harmonising ultra luxury living just minutes from mainland Dubai.”

The artificial islands that will house Amali Island are a component of The World Islands, a larger archipelago project with a globe-like shape.

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The islands of Sao Paulo and Uruguay will be connected by Amali Island.

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