Emaar launches sales at new Address Hotel in Dubai

Apartments at Address Fountain Views will offer views of Dubai Mall and Burj Khalifa

Dubai property giant Emaar is to launch sales of units at its upcoming The Address Fountain Views hotel in the emirate’s Downtown district.

Service apartments at The Address Residence Fountain Views III will go on sale simultaneously in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, London and Jeddah on September 21, with online registrations opening on September 18.

Located opposite the developer’s flagship Dubai Mall, the project will offer one, two and three-bedroom serviced residences. Apartments will also offer buyers views of Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building.

“The Address Residence Fountain Views III is a stunning tribute to Emaar’s commitment to provide world-class service, awe-inspiring design, and unparalleled architecture,” commented Ahmad Al Matrooshi, managing director, Emaar Properties.

“Located in the heart of our flagship development, Downtown Dubai, The Address Residence Fountain Views III provides investors from across the world the opportunity to reside in one of the most dynamic communities in the city,” he added.

Potential customers can register their interest on September 18 at www.emaar.com from 09:00 GMT. Sales will take place on September 21 at the Emaar Sales Centres in Downtown Dubai and Abu Dhabi from 13:00, while London sales will be held at the InterContinental Park Lane from 10:00 GMT. Properties can be viewed in Jeddah from 12:00 at Jeddah Gates Sales Centre.

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Posted by: Noorbhai millwala

Emmar project in Karachi Pakistan will be making huge profit after rise of prices of land in dha and demand is increasing with investment comming in from within and outside.

Posted by: Paul Lambert

How many 'empty' plots are left in Downtown, Dubai? There always seems to be new apartments being built etc However DOwntown looks fairly built up. Hope it doesn't end up a concrete jungle like JBR

Posted by: Paul

The trafic conditions of "downtown" are getting there and soon it will match JBR's.

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