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Dubai real estate: Amali Island, an ultra-luxury villa community makes its debut

The island spans a total area of 1,200,000 square feet, and each villa on Amali Island will boast up to 50 metres of exclusive beachfront

Dubai real estate: Amali Island, an ultra-luxury villa development makes its debut

Amali Properties, a boutique ultra-luxury property development firm in the UAE, has unveiled its first master-planned community, Amali Island. This exclusive collection of villas is situated on The World Islands, offering a unique and extravagant living experience.

Nestled along the pristine shores of the Arabian Gulf, the 24 ultra-luxurious beachfront villas represent the epitome of bespoke opulence, offering residents a blend of sophistication, personalisation, and breathtaking natural beauty.

Distinct features of Amali Island

Amali Island will offer residents seven distinct architectural styles to choose from for their ideal beachfront home, providing unobstructed views of the sea, sky, and Palm Jumeirah. The island spans a total area of 1,200,000 square feet and connects two of The World Islands, Uruguay and São Paolo. Each villa on Amali Island will boast up to 50 metres of exclusive beachfront, allowing residents to enjoy luxurious seaside living with privacy and stunning surroundings.

The villas at Amali, designed by ELASTIC architects, will offer two distinct architectural approaches—Minima and Grande, with interiors by HBA Residential—Ultra and Terra. Inspired by the Ombu tree of Uruguay, each of the seven typologies symbolises resilience and adaptability. The villas will feature private beach stretches, berths with direct villa access, and panoramic views of the Dubai skyline. Luxurious amenities will include rooftop terraces, outdoor firepits, teppanyaki bars, Jacuzzis, and multiple pools.

Residents of Amali Island will also have access to their own exclusive 10,000-square-foot Clubhouse, serving as the central hub for recreation, adventure, and leisure. The Clubhouse will feature a variety of amenities such as a spa, gym, gourmet restaurant, swim-up bar, cigar lounge, pools, yoga decks, and more. Additionally, the island will offer resort-like amenities including private berths, a floating helipad, a well-designed public area, and a floating padel court.

Villa Avatea, the crown jewel of the island, will seamlessly integrate luxury and nature with water channels and lush landscaping. Positioned on a private islet connected to the island, this sanctuary will offer residents tranquillity and elegance.

“We are proud to unveil Amali Island as a testament to our dedication to redefining luxury living in Dubai,” explains Ali Sajwani, Co-founder and CEO of Amali. “Through attention to detail and partnership with the award-winning members of our atelier, we aim to create an exclusive haven where residents can indulge in unbridled waterfront luxury that feels like coming home to a holiday.”

“Amali Island represents our commitment to crafting a truly unique living experience,” adds Amira Sajwani, Co-founder of Amali. “With its innovative design inspired by nature, this project reflects our vision of harmonising ultra-luxury living just minutes from mainland Dubai.”

Dubai’s luxury real estate market is booming

The total value of luxury homes sold in Dubai during the first quarter was $1.73 billion, which is up 6 per cent on the same period in 2023, further adding to the emirate’s position as the world’s leading market for luxury home sales.

Knight Frank’s recently released report also noted that Dubai’s luxury home market reached record levels in 2023, with sales of $10 million-plus homes nearly doubling to $7.6 billion and outstripping London and New York.

Knight Frank also predicted that Dubai’s prime market will see a more moderate increase of 5 per cent this year, while the overall market is expected to grow by 3.5 per cent.

Experts believe that Dubai’s global connectivity, favourable interest rates and policies that encourage long-term residency have helped sustain wealthy overseas buyers’ interest in the property market. Overall, developments such as waterfront villas and residential towers with wellness amenities are receiving a lot of investments. Amali Island will soon be added to the list, making the city more appealing for potential buyers.