The World’s Tallest Residential Tower To Open In Dubai

Lindsay Judge   |   29-05-2024

The worlds tallest residential tower will soon stand high above Dubai Marina.

In a ground-breaking project between Dubai-based real estate developer Select Group and Six Senses, the ultra-luxury tower, which will be known as Six Senses Residences Dubai Marina, will stand at an impressive 517 metres, making it the highest residential tower in the world. 

Six Senses Residences Dubai Marina will feature 251 residences in various sizes ranging from two- to four-bedroom deluxe residences, half-floor penthouses, as well as duplex and triplex Sky Mansions. The sky-high community puts sustainability at the forefront and features an interior design thats a fusion of biophilia and classical feng shui, creating a unique living environment that is sure to intrigue even the most discerning buyers and investors.

The 122-storey building will combine luxury living with wellness and lifestyle experiences from cutting-edge fitness facilities to specialised longevity areas and landscaped social spaces on the 109th-floor Skydeck.

Capturing the DNA of Six Senses, where wellness is at the heart of everything they do, the building will feature impressive facilities including cardio, strength and functional gyms, virtual cycling and boxing studios, an infinity pool, ice baths, salt room, bio, Finnish and infrared saunas, sound healing room, massage suites, indoor and outdoor cinemas, and a longevity clinic providing a comprehensive range of services to enhance revitalisation.

With the development of Six Senses Residences Dubai Marina, our aim is to redefine luxury living with a central emphasis on the holistic well-being of our residents. Our commitment to excellence resonates throughout every aspect of the project, from its ultra-luxurious design to its carefully selected range of amenities, offering residents an unmatched lifestyle experience.” Said Rahail Aslam, Group CEO at Select Group. 

The development is at 25% completion and is scheduled for handover in 2028.