Experience an unparalleled level of luxury living at Binghatti Trillionaire Residences in Dubai’s Business Bay. These exceptional residences offer luxury-designed studios, as well as 1 and 2 bedroom apartments. This remarkable project, created by Binghatti Developers, goes beyond the limits of contemporary architecture. It rises 19 stories tall, gracefully positioned along a serene waterway, providing enchanting vistas of the world’s tallest marvel, the Burj Khalifa.
From the very first glimpse of the development, its unique design seizes your attention. This brilliant masterpiece incorporates carefully orchestrated angles and surfaces that merge to craft an iconic visual journey. The exterior serves as a testament to the harmonious fusion of form and function within modern architecture, while the interiors provide a sanctuary of refinement and grace. With a total of 362 residential units, there’s a home suited to every lifestyle.
Each unit is meticulously designed to offer the utmost comfort and practicality, featuring top-tier finishes, spacious layouts, and balconies that enable residents to immerse themselves in the awe-inspiring surroundings. The development’s striking design seamlessly unites form and function, resulting in a visually striking structure that stands out amidst the city’s skyline.
Trillionaire Residences Summary
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1st to 9th Installment
Premium design unparalleled architecture development rising 19-storey
Diverse selection of studios, one bedroom and two bedroom apartments
Captivating views of the world’s tallest wonder and skylines
Located at Business Bay, at the heart of the Financial District
Signature colour tone and balconies for residents to enjoy
A bold and distinctive design that combines aesthetics with functionality
Tranquil waterfront living, offers a peaceful escape from the city hustle
Premium services including concierge, chauffeur, butler as well as titanium access
An avant-garde hyper property that pushes the boundaries of contemporary architecture