Altitude is a branded tower, in partnership with renowned jewellery brand de Grisogono.

Dubai developer Damac Properties has announced its latest masterpiece, Altitude, the fourth tower in a series of Dubai Canal waterfront projects that includes Canal Heights 1 and 2 and Canal Crown.  This came on the heels of the launch of its first apartment complex within its upcoming master community, Damac Lagoons, in Dubai.

Altitude is a branded tower, in partnership with renowned jewellery brand de Grisogono and drawing inspiration from one of it most prized gems, ‘The Opal’.

“Altitude stands as a testament to innovation and elegance, offering residents an unparalleled experience: It not only offers views of the canal and Dubai skyline but also brings a touch of celestial inspiration to luxury living,” said Mohammed Tahaineh, the General Manager of Projects.

According to Damac, Altitude will feature luxurious townhouses at the podium level.The interior design, which draws inspiration from the opal, will have unique cracks that create a multi-colour reflective effect, giving the spaces a shiny and bright appearance, along with circular elements that evoke a celestial ambiance, it stated.

Meanwhile, Damac’s first apartment complex within the Damac Lagoons community – Damac Lagoon Views – will offer one- and two-bedroom apartments across the ground plus six floors of living space with a host of amenities complementing the community’s Mediterranean theme.

Unique to the project will be an aqua opera school pavilion and a volcanic stone park. An olive tree garden will provide an ideal wedding venue, set amidst the backdrop of a cosy event space, while at the centre of the community will be a Flamenco Gardens concert stage, he stated.

In another development, Damac has awarded two contracts worth AED300 million ($82 million) as part of the main works package for its mega development – Damac Hills 2. 

The first contract for the construction of 439 villas and townhouses in the Natura cluster of Damac Hills 2 was snapped up by the Dubai branch of China Tiesiju Civil Engineering Group, while the second contract linked to the development of roads and infrastructure for the key Damac clusters – Farmhouse, Verona, Natura and Violet – was clinched by Infra Nets Contracting, stated Tahaineh.