Luxury Tower Unveiled at Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum City – District One Overlooking Crystal Lagoons Amenity16 March, 2020 / News
Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum City, District One – part of the master development known as Meydan, centered around a Crystal Lagoons® amenity –revealed the launch of ORB Tower, the community’s latest tower during an event held at the District One sales center. Considered an ultra-luxurious real estate project in Dubai, it is anchored by a 100-acre paradise-like lagoon, which will set a third world record for the American innovation company, as the world’s largest crystalline, man-made lagoon.
During the event, Mohammad Abdul Nasser Al Khayat, senior Vice President – Mall and Commercial, Meydan Group LLC, unveiled the tower and its features to brokers, partners and other prominent guests.
A 20-storey residential building, ORB Tower hosts unique, state-of-the-art features, bringing a new perspective to Dubai’s most prestigious community. The iconic building offers residents a panoramic view of the surroundings and the world’s largest man-made Crystal Lagoons amenity, which stretches over 7 km. The innovative water amenity is surrounded by lush vegetation and exclusive architectural designs.
The development’s central piece is a Crystal Lagoons amenity, powered by the multinational’s pioneering technology which has been patented in over 190 countries, making it the only company capable of creating these idyllic lagoons. The project also includes corporate towers, several sport facilities, a public park larger than London’s Hyde Park, the world’s largest shopping center (Meydan Mall), over 100 hotels and 1,500 new luxurious residential units, with housing prices from US$ 7 million and US$ 12 million.
The project recently made headlines after it sold the most expensive real estate property in Dubai during 2019. The residential property, a 7-bedroom villa, was sold for US $24.5 million (AED 90 million).
Crystal Lagoons is an American multinational innovation company, founded by scientist Fernando Fischmann, which has developed a patent-protected technology that allows the construction and maintenance of unlimited-size clear water lagoons at very low costs.