Majid Al Futtaim Communities launches ultra-luxury concept in Tilal Al Ghaf

Billed as an upscale, secluded retreat, the concept will cater to the lifestyle needs of the ultra-high-net-worth market, the developer says

Majid Al Futtaim Communities has launched a new ultra-luxury concept, Lanai Island, within its flagship community, Tilal Al Ghaf, in Dubai. Rising from Lagoon Al Ghaf, Lanai Island is said to be the first phase of Island Estates, a new ultra-luxury concept under the banner of ‘Signature Living by Majid Al Futtaim,’ said a statement from the developer.

A limited release of 13 luxury mega-mansions, designed in collaboration with South African architect firm SAOTA and Kelly Hoppen Interiors, Lanai Island is billed as a secluded retreat that caters to the elite lifestyle needs of the region’s growing segment of ultra-high-net-worth-individuals.

On the new project, Majid Al Futtaim Communities CEO Hawazen Esber said: “Lanai Island redefines the concept of luxury living, it is something the region hasn’t seen yet. Combining the seclusion and tranquility of living in an island paradise with easy access to Dubai’s urban hubs, its mega-mansions are crafted to deliver a lifestyle that exceeds expectations.”

In early October 2022, Signature Developers appointed the Devmark Group to launch a new mansion project in Dubai and, later in the month, Majid Al Futtaim Properties said it was deploying solar hybrid power at the sales and management office for Tilal Al Ghaf.

The first of the two private islands to be released into the market will be home to four eight-bedroom Edge mansion homes, which offer a Gross Floor Area (GFA) of 20,094sqft. Situated on large corner plots with 80m of open waterfront, the average plot size comes in at just under 26,000sqft, the developer stated.

In addition to eight ensuite bedrooms, each mansion features double-height living and dining areas, a modern fully-equipped show kitchen, a rooftop deck with 360-degree views of the surrounding Lagoon, a home theatre, a home gym and spa, and a swimming pool and hot tub.

“Internal courtyards infuse interior spaces with natural light and deliver a strong visual aesthetic by bringing lush green planting into the very heart of the home. Other appealing benefits include a sweeping private forecourt with five outdoor parking spaces, an indoor garage for 12 vehicles, a dedicated service area with a separate entrance, two back kitchens, and separate male and female staff quarters for up to 12 employees,” explained Hawazen Esber.

Late in October 2022, Majid Al Futtaim Communities began handovers of the first phase of its Al Yasmeen at Al Zahia project.

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