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Mercedes-Benz achieves the luxury pole in Dubai

Last week Lewis Hamilton announced his departure from the Mercedes-Amg Petronas Formula 1 team to join Ferrari starting in the 2025 season with a multi-year contract.

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Mercedes-Benz achieves the luxury pole in Dubai

Last week Lewis Hamilton announced his departure from the Mercedes-Amg Petronas Formula 1 team to join Ferrari starting in the 2025 season with a multi-year contract. The English driver confessed that he had spent eleven "incredible" years in his current team and said he felt "very proud" of his teammates for what they had achieved together up to this point. "Mercedes has been part of my life since I was thirteen years old," he added in a statement in which he explained the reason for this decision. "It's a place where I've grown up, so making the decision to leave was one of the hardest I've ever had to make. But the time is right for me and I'm excited to take on a new challenge."

The dance of drivers between the teams is assured and one of those who will have to look for a new home will be Carlos Sainz, who with the arrival of Hamilton to Ferrari will have to leave the Italian team. At the moment, there is a free seat in the Mercedes team and to open his mouth about the brand's proposal, the Spanish driver could travel to Dubai and learn about a project that is born from the collaboration of Binghatti and Mercedes-Benz and that promises to take pole position. of the luxury sector.

It will not be easy in a market like Dubai, which breaks records year after year - in 2023 it established itself as the most active in the world in the luxury segment with a total investment of 1,449 million euros in the third quarter, according to the real estate consultancy Knight. Frank-, but the project signed by Binghatti and Mercedes-Benz, which is scheduled to be delivered in the fourth quarter of 2026, has some advantages that make it especially attractive.

To begin with, it is right next to the Burj Khalifa, which at 828 meters high leads the ranking of the tallest buildings in the world. Designed by architect Adrian Smith of American architectural and engineering firm Skidmore, Owings

Measuring 341 meters high and 65 floors, this skyscraper for residential use conceived by the automotive brand responds to a philosophy that promotes serenity and elegance, two concepts deeply rooted in the history of Mercedes-Benz. With a maximum of four homes per floor, which guarantees the privacy of its owners, the building offers two, three and four bedroom apartments and penthouses on the top floor. Among the most notable features, each home has a private pool and impressive views, as well as a gym equipped with the latest technology, community library, laundry room, games room, garden areas or a designer entrance hall. It does not have a Formula 1 circuit, but Hamilton and Sainz could travel from there starting in 2026 to compete in the grand prix held in Abu Dhabi.

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