The Fassino Real Estate offers you:
Apartments and villas directly on the Palm Jumeirah
View from an apartment
Villas directly on the Palm!
The Palm Jumeirah
The Palm Jumeirah in Dubai is actually the biggest artificial island in the world. If you wtch it from the sky the
has a palm shape (from here the name Palm) made of a central trunk and
17 branches, and all around it a series of islands that make a round
it is almost finished and you can already see it from the satellite
photos. The faraonic hotels and the tourist equipement will be finished
by the end of 2008.
The Palm Jumeitah is being building by the Nakheel, an entreprise that has built other two artificial islands named Palm Deira and Palm Jebel Ali and more over the incredible
Dubai Waterworld. Try just thinking that at the end the lenght of the coasts of Dubai
will increase of 520 km.
The island has been built completly with natural materials ; 94 millions of cube metres of sand and 7 million tons of rock.
The truk of the Palm with The Fairmont Palm Residence
The Fassino Real Estate offers you wonderful apartments in
The Fairmont Palm
The Fairmont Palm residence is on the trunk of the Palm Jumeirah and it contains 558 townshall, penthouses.
The residents will be able to use a wide range of services such as
_waiters and baby sitting.
View froman apartment
There are no better time to buy apartments directly on the Palm
If you buy an apartment there you buy a piece of Dubai
The trunk of the Palm with The Fairmont Palm Residence
Another project on the Palm Jumeirah is :
The Atlantis Hotel
Atlantis hotel has two towers with 2000 rooms, with two monorail
stations linked to the central part of the Palm Jumeirah.
first tower of 27 floors, the royal tower, will contain 1200 rooms for
deluxe tourists and the second one of 18 floors will contain 800 rooms
for the other tourists. The resort has been designed basing on the lost
continent of Atlantide, following the arabian design.
the building there are 40 acres, 162000 squared metres of water park,
wih several attractions, a meeting centre on two floors, 8000 squared
metres, 1850 squared metres with an archeological attraction named the