Burj Binghatti Jacob & Co Residences, world’s tallest residential tower, launched in Dubai

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Burj Binghatti Jacob & Co Residences, which will become the world’s tallest residential tower beating the current tallest residential building, the Princess Tower, has been launched in Dubai. 

The development was launched by Dubai-based property developer, Binghatti, in partnership with the luxury jeweler, Jacob & Co. The launching ceremony was graced with the presence of the chairman of Jacob & Co, Jacob Arabo. 

An overview of the Burj Binghatti Jacob & Co Residences

The project’s location will be right within the heart of Dubai’s most eminent financial district, Business Bay. The tower will comprise well over 100 storeys that will feature lavish two-bedroom as well as three-bedroom residences.

Currently, the final height of the tower has not yet been disclosed. However, it is confirmed to include an array of multiple levels dedicated to amenities. These will include a luxury spa as well as a gymnasium. Additionally, the residential tower will also include an infinity pool that overlooks the entire Dubai skyline.

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Furthermore, the Burj Binghatti Tower will house a dedicated as well as specialized concierge team. As a result, residents will have access to a la carte services such as a private chef and a chauffeur. Residents will also have access to private security (bodyguard) and a daycare.

Burj Binghatti Jacob & Co Residences design inspiration

The CEO and Head of Architecture of Binghatti spoke about the project.

Muhammad Binghatti noted that the project drew inspiration from the complex horological movements that feature in the timepieces from Jacob & Co. Thus, the project took and included as well as integrating some of the features into the key elements of the tower.

Muhammad Binghatti further explained the tower will feature diamond-shaped spires that will serve as a reminiscence of an actual crown.