What are the communities to look out for in Dubai over the years leading to 2020

  • 15OCT
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There are still a limited number of communities that are fully established and these would include The Springs, The Meadows, Jumeirah Islands & Victory Heights. Many other projects are home to residents however continue to be part of a developing area with more infrastructure, community buildings and units in the plans. The expansion of Arabian Ranches continues to bring new villa opportunities and similar projects are still to be watched as the community grows.  More recent developments that are in their infancy stage of construction and showing great interest include both of the Sobha Developments - District One & Hartland in central downtown location. This will be a city within a city. A full selection of amenities will be developed including schools, parks, retail and all you need for family living with an array of luxury units. Other luxury developments in pipe line include Akoya by Damac and The Hills by Emaar.  Downtown Emaar projects see continuous string of launches for new developments and this is an expanding area which has recently introduced a new district known as the Opera District that is set to attract the Music & Arts culture. Dubai Maritime City is another interesting freehold development available to non GCC and is located near Dubai Dry Docks. In additional to the residential options within the  Marina District including retail and restaurants it has a Business District for ship yards, warehouses and commercial units. Cityscape in Sept 2014 introduced further up and coming and exciting new projects & developments which included La Mer, a destination Island by Meraas Holding, Redwood in Jumeirah Golf Estates and a selection of off plan buildings in popular locations within Dubai.
15th October 2014