Emaar to launch ambitious project in heart of Downtown Dubai
Posted on 2nd December 2015
Leading regional developer Emaar is all set to launch its ambitious project - The Address Residence Dubai Opera - in the heart of Downtown Dubai.
This unique development is superbly located in The Opera District, a new cultural district in the heart of Downtown Dubai, said a statement from real estate brokers Coldwell Banker.
It stands besides Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest skyscraper and Burj Lake, where a dazzling waterfront area encompasses the Burj Park, it stated.
Calling upon investors, Zeeshan Ali, a real estate consultant at Coldwell Banker, said: "This opulent, integrated residential environment is being heralded as one of the world's most coveted luxury urban address and the exclusive range of apartment caters for permanent residents, as well as short and long-term visitor with a choice of serviced offerings."
Each residence benefits from the meticulous design optimising views of Downtown Dubai's signature structures- Burj Khalifa, The Dubai Fountain and The Dubai Mall; with Burj Khalifa and the Burj Lake directly visible from the two- and three-bedroom apartments, he added.A prime residential address, The Address Residence Dubai Opera is just a few minutes walk to The Dubai Mall and the nearest metro station, creating a walkable community for easy accessibility all year round.
It is strategically located close to Dubai Opera, the new 2,000-seat multi-format performing art centre and at the intersection of Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard, Downtown's palm-lined thoroughfare filled with chic pavement cafes and inviting restaurants.
The development will be serviced by The Address Hotels + Resorts, the five-star hotel brand owned and operated by Emaar Hospitality Group, according to Tradearabia news report.
Surrounded by pedestrian-friendly boulevards and a waterfront promenade, the luxury development boasts of superior amenities and services including swimming pools, spa, bar and lounge areas and a children's play area.Back to all Construction News
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