The sizes vary from studios to Penthouse apartments with 4+ bedrooms. Anything is available. Overall you can say that prices are cheaper compared to other cities such as Singapore, New York, London, Hong Kong, etc.
The appartment I took this shot from is a 4 bedroom with 5 balconies, 3,000sqft in size. It offers marvellous views of "Dubai Marina", "Palm Jumeirah Island" and "The Tallest Block on the Planet" (a bunch of Supertalls) and is located on the 85th floor. The owner paid about US$ 870,000 for it - which is actually a good bargain! In New York you would only find people like Madonna owning a place like this - apart from the fact that there is no residential space available that high up in New York.
I didn't query that so well. I get the idea, though. It seems like a sweet deal to me … are there many terrorists flying around those things? It would be uncool to awaken with a 747 head in bed next to you.
for some reason i like this one more than the rest of your work, and the rest of your work is really good. the time-lapse, and all the night/long exposures you do are stunning. For some reason tho i feel like this shot connects with that city more than your night ones.
I think because its a new sun, it really drives home that this is a new city. everything just looks so pristine and fresh in morning light that is essentially what this place is.
I may be rambling, but none-the-less excellent job. How I wish Alaska had skyscrapers.