Upper House, being developed by Ellington.

Brewer Smith Brewer Group (BSBG), a leading international design and executive architect, has unveiled the design of Upper House, a high-rise residential tower being developed by Ellington Properties.

The AED1.2-billion ($327 million) tower will feature 754 apartments comprising studios, one-, two- and three-bedroom units, offering expansive views of Jumeirah Islands and the Dubai Marina skyline.

Embodying a holistic design philosophy, it is Ellington’s first residential development to be developed within Jumeirah Lakes Towers (JLT), a premier mixed-use community set up by Dubai Multi Commodities Centre (DMCC). It is due for completion by early 2026.

The Emirati design-led boutique developer had last year signed up BSBG for collaborative development of four new projects in Dubai – the first one being the Upper House.

The high-end dual tower development appears almost as a ‘gateway to JLT’ from the south, and will offer ultra-modern apartments and sweeping terraces with 360-degree views. It will boast a variety of leisure facilities and amenities, including a 37-m horizon pool, an interactive fitness studio, a health club with a climbing wall, a yoga studio, a sky spa, and padel and basketball courts.

In addition, residents will be able to make use of a bespoke movie theatre, a residential clubhouse, record lounge, podcast room, indoor skate park, a pet play area, a kids’ splash pad and play area, and an outdoor barbecue area.