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apartment prices in Burj Khalifa have climbed 23% to Dh2,100 per sqft as demand for luxury property stays strong

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Property costs in Burj Khalifa have climbed 23% to Dh2,100 per sqft as interest for luxury property stays solid, however the costs are as yet 30% beneath the 2014 level on the planet’s tallest building as indicated by worldwide real estate consultancy Knight Frank.

“The subject for 2021 has been the outstanding bouncing back of Dubai’s luxury residential market. At nearly Dh2,100 per square foot, the Burj Khalifa falls decisively into this class. For sure, costs on the planet’s tallest building rose by 23% last year, contrasted with a more unobtrusive eight percent for the remainder of Dubai,” said Faisal Durrani, Partner, head of Middle East Research, Knight Frank.

“While normal costs in the Burj Khalifa, similar to the remainder of Dubai, stay about 30% under 2014 pinnacle levels, the building actually holds the record at the greatest expense at any point accomplished for a residential property in Dubai: Dh14,600 for a two-bedroom apartment that was sold in mid-2014, yet it was an Armani branded home,” he added.

Durrani said Downtown Dubai costs have seen normal costs increments of more than 17% in the course of the most recent a year.

Burj Khalifa made Dh317 million in residential deals in 2021, Knight Frank said in on the event of the twelfth commemoration of the tallest tower.

Andrew Cummings, accomplice and head of prime residential deals at Knight Frank Middle East, said Downtown has seen a resurgence in movement in the course of the last year with interest for apartments taking off as end-clients tried to be nearer to significant conveniences and financial backers gained by out of this world rental and momentary rental interest.

“Properties with Burj Khalifa sees additionally order a premium on practically some other property. A great representation was the record-breaking offer of a Jumeirah Bay villa for Dh121 million of every 2021. This cost was partially accomplished because of the super-ideal place that empowered the purchaser to have perspectives on the Burj from most of the property.”

A review by real estate consultancy ValuStrat Price Index uncovered in December that villas and apartments in the emirate’s ideal spots like Palm Jumeirah, Arabian Ranches, Jumeirah Beach Residences, The Lakes, and Emirates Hills enlisted twofold digit development in value appreciation and exchanges in November.

While one more review by Zoom Property Insights said that Dubai prime regions seeing great interest in view of their essential areas, current framework and reasonable rates.

Faisal Durrani noticed that purchasers keep on focusing in on the city’s most elite areas, a considerable lot of whom are new participants to the market. “These are super high-total assets people attracted to Dubai by the way that the emirate is presently one of, if not the most secure city on the planet given the brilliant administration that has so adequately contained the spread of Covid-19.”

He added that because of the solid interest for ultra-luxury homes, a few developers are sending off projects at record costs. “Regardless of the perpetual danger of oversupply, Dubai remains amusingly shy of uber-luxury homes.”


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