Live a life at Dubai Creek
World’s tallest iconic tower Burj Khalifa will be soon surpassed by a new development “The Tower” in the magnificent Dubai Creek harbor- an eccentric place with beautiful views. Dubai Creek Harbor is now one of the best attractions in Dubai and still in progress of expansion with a plenty of modern touch and artsy features. At night you can capture a mesmerizing sunset at the harbor and the new Dubai in a single frame while strolling through the best photo shoots area of Dubai. It could be more tempting with an experience of one hour boat ride of sightseeing tour at the cheapest price cost you only Dhs 20.
This new area which in aggressive development is a new outdoor attraction in Dubai that is conveniently located in the heart of a bold new vision for the city. It could be identified as a fusion of innovation and creativity. It is sited right next to a home of flamingos sanctuary– Ras Al Khor wildlife.
An iconic Dubai Creek Harbor is in a location where only 10-minute of drive from Downtown, and only 18 mins away from Dubai international airport. Residential buildings are fairly situated on the bank of historical Creek side- which is more fascinating. Innovative designs, unconventional designs and a perfect combination of dynamic experiences and serene ambiences makes your living a worthwhile to celebrate every day.
A perfect stretch of world class apartments and a Marine club that is a home of eclectic cultures resembles a new image of Dubai. A serene life close to water with remarkable surroundings in the world class residences – where eating, shopping is just a stone away.
Spectacular amenities, offices complexes and state of art facilities dedicated for sports and recreational activities make a new standard for a living in Dubai. A vibrant neighborhood offers a distinctive lifestyle that is rich with creative scenes dedicated to families and its excellency caters to all kinds of people include single professionals too.
The residential area is easily connected to other areas of the town, whilst nearest metro station is Creek station, and nearest landmarks are Swiss International Scientific School and Jaleel Hospital. The residential projects in this area are The Cove, Dubai Creek Residences, Creek Gate, Creekside 18, Harbor Views, Harbor Gate and Creek Horizon.
There are a number of boutique cafés and restaurants serve brunch, dinners indoor and outdoor. One of them is The Terrace offering outdoor seating directly facing to the infamous flamingos sanctuary Ras Al Khor Wildlife. The belt also offers variety of entertainment and shopping pleas through the stretch of the developments. Dubai Design District, the home for major entertainment and nightlife scene, is also within a near proximity to this area.
Running over 6.2 square kilometers, Ras Al Khor sanctuary is one of the world’s few urban protected areas for home to about 450 species- some are endangered animals. This beautiful establishment makes a mark in Dubai’s attractions. You can enjoy bird watching experiences from 3 locations where they give chances of close views of the birds.
Although, this place is not for a complete isolation structure, living in any of these would be a heaven for families with small children. What it might not be suitable for is perhaps people prefer living away from busyness of the city. Neighborhood is consisted of apartments and modern buildings rather for younger energy and livelihood. There are playgrounds and pools for kids and day-cares as well as family recreational centers along with eateries and retails in this area. If you are fan of that, this place will not disappoint you with future openings.
Prices may range but these vast developments are introducing 1-4 bedroom apartments have uninterrupted views of Dubai sky-lines and beachfront water waves.
A 928 meters tall The Tower (upstaging Burj Khalifa by 100 meters) will be towering as a centerpiece of this development. Timeless structure will be the next symbolic representation of Dubai and of course the neighborhood value will indisputably increase upon event. One of the perks of living in this area is that it’s situated close to Dubai’s popular business districts and historical waterfront places are around it.
Japanese Cherry blossoms and Singapore Giant trees
Real estate mogul EMAAR launched a video “The Future of Living” in 2018 of what Dhs 3.65 billion suburb would look like. Japanese cherry blossoms blooming on the banks of Ras Al Khor Sanctuary surrounding greenery and flamingos. Replanted Singapore Giant tree garden in Dubai’s man made sanctuary and other man made marvels are few of other pleasing connotations in Dubai’s Creek Harbor.
Parks and Promenade
Emaar is a master of world’s largest water fountains. So no new introduction needed for what they are proposing next for choreographed water shows and establishments. Residents of Dubai Creek Harbor will be able to stroll via central park and promenades at The Cove’s, the pathway built for jogging and recreational activities. They can also easily go for a day’s boating at Yacht club, a sundowner and a fabulous view. Dubai Mall is another hub of numerous attractions like cinemas, retails and restaurants, which is just a short ride away.
Located at the junction of E311 and E44, laid between Dubai Production City and Motor City. Its location gives a definite ease of access to East, West and the Northern Emirates. For visitors, both Dubai international airports can be reached within 30 minutes by car and other landmarks such as Al Barsha and Mall of the Emirates are just a stone away from Dubai Creek Harbor.
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Live in Sanctuary
Island and Sanctuary District in this project is an ecologically responsible concept for natural living. Emaar is looking to future as it will be nature and technology combination and a sustainable lifestyle and green living to feel alive. Residents will explore, and discover a new way of living by their very deep soul and heart of the city.
If you would like to find out more, Texture Properties is here to give more details of the developments.