At 10,970-square feet, that means it cost the lucky owner Dh2,279 per square foot, to live in the 307 metre building.
The Cayan Tower seems a popular place at the moment as that building also contains the seventh highest selling place in Dubai.
Global Business Information Service for Real Estate Professionals, Reidin.com revealed the findings about the group which was founded in 2004.
Cayan Group-Real Estate Investment and Development’s portfolio the Silverene Towers, Cayan Cantara, The Jewels, Dorrabay, Cayan Tower and Cayan Business Center in the UAE; Layaly Compound, CMC and Samaya in Saudi Arabia; and Broumana Lands in Lebanon.
Alain Robert – dubbed the French Spiderman – caused a stir when he tackled the 75-storey Cayan Tower, without a safety harness.
To prepare the 52-year-old drank plenty of water and devoured only a croissant and a latte shortly before his 8pm stunt, opting to have a more substantial meal later.
It seemed whatever his specific plan was worked as he completed the climb in 65 minutes as opposed to the 90 minutes he predicted.
Residents were asked to keep their lights switched off and not to view the spectacular event from their balconies in case it distracted the Guinness World Record-breaking stunt.
Alain was triumphant despite complaining the building had rough edges and of windy weather.
He finished by waving a flag for Cayan Group which was promoting their new Dhs1billion project which will be situated next to other developments including Mohamed Bin Rashid City, Jumeirah Village Circle, Motor City, Dubai Hills and Arabian Ranches.