Christie's International Real Estate has taken luxury properties into a whole different level. The company is set to start Amillarah Private Islands, a floating island empire to be first established in the tiny islands of Maldives, which will possibly expand to Dubai and Miami in the years to come.
Forbes has called this venture by Christie's as "The World's First Portable Private Islands." The New York-based company has partnered with Dutch Docklands, which also specializes in high luxury properties. The partnership is said to be on-strategy for both ends. Dutch Docklands are also experts in on-water structures.
Other than it being a private and man-made island, the project will also be eco-friendly, self-sufficient, and highly customizable. The companies has also partnered with Ocean Futures Society, which specializes in eco-vacations. According to Daily Mail, they have hired Jean-Michel Costeau to help with the design and research for the sustainable islands.
In terms of customization, CEO of Christie's Dan Conn said, "The opportunity to literally develop a private island on a body of water is a testament to Dutch Dockland's skills in this arena. Buyers are able to customize the size, shape and style of their residence, within the broadest range of locations, beginning with this first opportunity in the Maldives."
Safety will be no issue in Amillarah. Christie's has also hired specialists and experts and they guarantee that the land will be safe from rising sea levels. The new venture will give buyers the opportunity to truly make their own paradise that they call their own masterpiece.
Potential buyers can check out their official website at www.amillarah.com. It is currently marketing itself as "Your Own Private Island: A piece of art you can live in."