From Monaco to Singapore.. the 5 most expensive apartments in the world

Many women complain about the high prices of apartments, but there are numbers that many of us cannot fathom, in light of the complete luxury that exists in those places from private swimming pools to amazing designs and other things.

Odeon, Monaco

The penthouse is located in a tower odeon., a skyscraper in Monaco located along the country’s border with France, andOpened in 2015, the building was designed by Monaco architect Alexandre Giraldi and is one of the tallest buildings in Europe at 170 meters.

Sky Penthouse is widely regarded as the most expensive penthouse in the world. In 2016, the five-story penthouse was launched, marking the pinnacle of the Tower odeon The 49-story building is on the market for $335 million.

One Hyde Park

One Hyde Park is a group of four diamond-shaped buildings in the Knightsbridge area of ​​London, located between Buckingham Palace and Kensington Palace with Hyde Park adjacent, and is one of the most expensive buildings in the world.

In the buildings there are four penthouses and 86 apartments, the total area of ​​all penthouses is 30,000 square feet.

Amenities that take luxury to another level have been provided such as a wine cellar, golf simulator, private cinema, spa with swimming pool, sauna and steam, squash court, gym 24 hours a day to assist residents with delicious dining and drinks, room service, concierge and on-site concierge services, The first-class security personnel are trained by British SAS special forces personnel, and the unit price is $160 million.

Opus, Hong Kong

When the building was designed by the famous Canadian-American architect Frank Gehry, you know that the asking price of the house will be as high as the luxury quotient.

Also called the Presidential Unit, the penthouse is located on top of the 12-story Opus.

In 2015, it sold for HK$509.6 million (US$66 million), making it the most expensive apartment sale ever in Asia.

Opus is located in the center of Hong Kong Island in the Peak District, close to Mount Cameron and Wan Chai Gap. This 5,444 square foot penthouse has a 1,508 square foot rooftop with Jacuzzi. It also has a study, toiletries, two parking spaces, and four bathrooms inside. The building also provides charging systems for electric vehicles.

The building’s helical exterior structure ensures that light flows into each apartment at any level. From the top, views of Hong Kong’s bustling and natural surroundings become even more impressive.

One Palm, Dubai

A top floor penthouse in One Palm sold for $27.56 million in 2017, making it the most expensive penthouse sold in Dubai. The property was reportedly bought by a member of the Gulf Cooperation Council.

Built by Omniyat Real Estate at the entrance to the world famous Palm Jumeirah, the ultra-luxury apartments offer stunning views of Dubai Marina and Jumeirah as well as the Arabian Gulf.

It is managed by Dorchester Collection, a 5-star hotel company, its architect is Michel Abboud of Soma, and the interiors were done by Japan’s Super Polato and London’s Elkyon, who is also the designer of One Hyde Park.

The luxurious, spacious and sophisticated interior of the penthouse is also the work of Elkyon, with landscape architect Vladimir Djurovic creating the beautiful greenery that is the hallmark of the One Palm.

Among the amenities are a state-of-the-art 12-seat indoor cinema, business lounge with private meeting room, private jetty, gym, sauna and M-spa.

The Wallich Residence

The Wallich Residence, part of the Joko Tower in Singapore, starts from the 39th floor at 180 meters and reaches the 64th floor at 290 meters above sea level.

It features a collection of 181 luxury residences, including one to four bedroom units, four penthouses and one super exclusive penthouse.

Located directly above Tanjung Pagar MRT Station, Wallich Residence was built by property company Gokoland and is part of an integrated development that also includes Sofitel Stafor Siay Center business hotel, 100,000 square foot retail podium, 31-storey Goku office tower and urban park. an area of ​​150,000 square feet.

The first three floors of the Wallich residence make up the 21,108-square-foot super penthouse, this five-bedroom space includes a private pool, deck, hot tub, private entertainment area, bar, 600-bottle wine cellar and private elevator from the basement. parking directly to the apartment. .

There is an en-suite bathroom with each bedroom and spacious wardrobes in the master and small bedrooms. There are separate dry and wet kitchens, and the penthouse owner gets butler and concierge service.

Dyson founder Sir James Dyson bought the trio for S$73.8 million ($54.2 million) in 2019, but sold it to the co-founder of IT supplier SHI International for S$62 million ($45.9 million) the following year Leo Koguan sold.

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