Real Estate

Madinat Jumeirah Living to break ground in 2019

November 2018

Dubai Holding, a UAE investment conglomerate, has announced the launch of its 3.85-million-sq-ft luxury residential development, Madinat Jumeirah Living, which offers spacious, freehold units, all connected through shaded pedestrian walkways and jogging paths.

This pedestrian-centric, environment-friendly development has been designed with safety at its core, limiting car access to designated drop-off areas, basement and residents parking.

Located opposite Dubai’s iconic landmark Burj Al Arab, the new project is set to become a prestigious residential address in the emirate.

The project will break ground in 2019 and will be developed in phases. The first phase is expected to be completed within 30 months after ground-breaking.

The development will boast several key facilities including gated residential clusters; a community centre; a community retail suite of concierge services; day-care centres; play areas, parks and open spaces; gyms and swimming pools; ample basement parking for residents; and designated visitor parking.

“Madinat Jumeirah Living is a natural extension to the hugely successful entertainment, hospitality, retail, tourism and lifestyle proposition of the Madinat Jumeirah resort, which we have built and enhanced over the years,” remarks Abdulla Ahmed Al Habbai, the chairman of Dubai Holding.

“Dubai Holding is now elevating the masterplan of the prime Jumeirah district, taking it further to both address the demand of luxury living and to fully realise its potential as a truly holistic and world-class destination,” notes Al Habbai.

“Together with Marsa Al Arab, the new development enhances the Jumeirah area, and Dubai’s position as the leading lifestyle, tourism and investment destination. We remain committed to launching projects that are critical to Dubai’s vital growth sectors,” he adds.

The development will be directly connected to Souq Madinat Jumeirah via an air-conditioned pedestrian bridge, merging both destinations into one retail and residential offering.  

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