Jacob & Co skyscraper apartments could be yours for $2.2 million


Luxury jewelry and watch company Jacob & Co is partnering with Dubai-based property developer Binghatti to design and build what is aiming to be the world’s tallest all-residential structure. 

The upscale residential tower features amenities including an infinity pool overlooking Dubai’s skyline, a luxury spa, a gym, dedicated concierge team offering services like bodyguards, chauffeur, day-care, private chef and more.

The exterior and interior design for the project is all influenced by the jewelry and watches of Jacob & Co., including a diamond-lit feature on the top of the tower and furnishing in the apartments.


Exclusive two and three-bedroom suites

The tower will feature two-bedroom apartments called Sapphire Suite measuring 2000 square feet and three-bedroom apartments called Emerald Suite measuring 3000 square feet.

The two-bedroom apartment is set to cost AED8 million ($2.18 million) and the three-bedroom apartment will cost AED10 million ($2.72 million).

Exclusive penthouses

The hypertower also features three types of penthouses: Fleurs Jardin Penthouse, Astronomia Pentouse and Billionaire Penthouse.

The billionaire penthouse apartment occupies two floors with an array of exclusive features and amenities including cinema room, snooker lounge, coffee bar, steam and sauna rooms, chauffeur’s room, butler room, jacuzzis, private infinity pool, various lifts, lift lobby, study/gaming room and more.

Customisable finishing choices from crocodile leather to specialized tinted mirror and more, the billionaire penthouse price tag is yet to be revealed.

“Today marks the significant partnership of two like-minded brands, both on an ever-striving pursuit of absolute elegance. Both our brands are born from the sheer desire to achieve what breaks boundaries. What Binghatti has done in real estate, by creating a brand through a distinct design philosophy and architectural identity is very similar to what Jacob & Co has done in the world of jewellery and horology,” said Muhammad Binghatti, CEO and Head of Architecture of Binghatti.

“Inspired from our high watchmaking collections, these penthouses will consist of three types, each named after our flagship Jacob & Co timepieces Fleurs De Jardin, Astronomia and Billionaire. The interior design of the penthouse collection will be directly inspired by their unique aesthetics. As suggested by the name, the Billionaire Penthouse is the hyper tower’s jewel in the crown,” said Jacob Arabo, Chairman and Creative Director of Jacob & Co.

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