Real Estate

Mr.C-Branded Residences Come To The Dubai Waterfront

Spring boarding off the success of the first Mr.C-branded residences built next to the family’s flagship hotel in Beverly Hills, California, moguls Ignazio and Maggio Cipriani have expanded their sights (and their sites) to include such locales as Manhattan, Punta del Este, Uruguay and Miami.

Up next: Dubai in the United Arab Emirates.

The 27 luxury dwellings planned along the water in the upscale Jumeirah 2 neighborhood will offer residents an array of personal chef, butler, chauffeur and concierge services. The mid-rise building, designed by Arquitectonica, utilizes rounded and undulating wave-like shapes in keeping with its water location. Clear railings and walls of glass face the Arabian Gulf.

This six-bedroom duplex, slated for completion next year, takes in views of the sea, the glittering skyscrapers of the city and the nearby waters of the canal. The 15,220 square feet of contemporary interiors by Meyer Davis will incorporate marble, oak and limestone finishes in a nautical aesthetic that evokes a superyacht.

The furnishings will include custom-made pieces as well as top-quality brands.

A fully outfitted open-plan kitchen, a study, six bedrooms and seven bathrooms are among the living spaces. The residence features a private swimming pool, built-in wardrobes, walk-in closet, sauna and balcony.

A spa area, cinema room, shared swimming pool and the Cipriani-operated Bellini Café are among the resort amenities.

Jessica Zull of Driven Properties is one of the agents representing the property, which is priced at US $23.568 million.

Downtown Dubai and beaches are close by.


Driven Properties is an exclusive member of Forbes Global Properties, a consumer marketplace and membership network of elite brokerages selling the world’s most luxurious homes.

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