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The Jewels architecture is of the very highest level with its curved corners and unique design, planned by international award winning designers and architects, RMJM and spearheaded by Hazel Wong, known for her exquisite design on Emirates Towers on Sheikh Zayed Road and Silverene Towers, Palma’s flagship project on Dubai Marina.

Towering over a prime spot on Dubai Marina, The Jewels offers very large and spacious apartments from 1, 2, 3 bedrooms to lofts and 4 bedroom penthouses with a private pool.  Complementing this elegant residence is an amazing range of amenities including large swimming pools, a gymnasium center, sauna and changing rooms, and a multi-purpose lounge and a range of retail stores on the marina promenade.

 

Details

Twin Residential Waterfront Tower

350,000,000

3

6

1,2,3 bedroom apartments, 3 bedroom lofts, Full floor penthouses, Duplex penthouses with private swimming pool, Duplex & Triplex villas

Robert Mathew Johnson Marshall (RMJM)

Dubai Marina

18

1 bedroom, 2 bedroom, 3 bedroom, lofts, penthouses, villas, retail

EL-Seif Engineering Contracting Co. Ltd. (ESEC)

Full home automation Spacious apartments Marble Flooring Fully Fitted Kitchens Jacuzzi in master bathroom

  • Prime location on Dubai Marina
  • Overlooking the marina and a boating berth
  • Large apartments
  • Large swimming pool and kids pool
  • State-of-the-art gymnasium
  • Basement Parking with reserved spaces for all residents
  • Bicycle path and walkway connected to the rest of the Marina
  • Kids nursery
  • Cigar lounge/ library
  • Close to boating berths
  • Conference room
  • Close to retail stores within the tower and in the vicinity
  • High speed Internet facility
  • Access to digital / satellite TV

Development credentials of this project are shared with Cayan investment and development, a Dubai based development company that was run by Palma Holding’s CEO and Founding Partner, Kareem Derbas since its inception up to August 2013. Palma Holding and its CEO have no further relationship with Cayan since divesting their shares in the company in August 2013.