This week, Bugatti unveiled plans for a 42-story skyscraper that will be located in Dubai. Thus, the luxury car manufacturer will enter the residential real estate business, following the example of Porsche, Bentley and Aston Martin, which have built buildings and houses in Miami and New York.
The Bugatti Residences will be located in the largest area of the city of Business Bay in the United Arab Emirates, will be developed by the local company Binghatti and will have 171 apartments and 11 vineyards.
Among its main features are two elevators that will allow vehicles to be transported and parked in the owners’ homes, as is currently the case in the Porsche Tower in Sunny Island, Florida, United States.
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According to the developers, the aim is to create “a haven in the heart of the metropolis”, with a design based “on the rich and diverse creative heritage” of both brands, which “has a carefully designed structure at its core”. The distinctive facade is complemented by intricately designed interiors.
The tower is characterized by curved shapes, which makes each part different in terms and methods.
The building’s luxury amenities include French Riviera-inspired beaches, private pools, Jacuzzi spas, a fitness center, chef’s desk and buffet, private room service, and a private members’ club.
“The two brands – Bugatti and Binghatti – have integrated the property of the French Riviera into all aspects of development. From the moment they set foot inside the residences, a sense of exuberance takes over, transporting residents and guests to that exciting region. They have long captured the hearts of explorers of the exquisite lifestyle,” say the team behind the document.
The Bugatti residence could be the latest skyscraper in Dubai, a city characterized by high-rise buildings such as Burj Khalifa (163 floors), Marina 101 (1 floor 101) and the Prince Tower (101 floors).