Jumeirah Living Marina Gate eyes Q4 2019 completion

Select Group announces launch of sales at Dubai residential project which will offer more than 500 units

Select Group has announced the launch of sales of Jumeirah Living Marina Gate, a residential tower offering more than 500 units in one of the city's most popular districts for expats.

Select Group signed an agreement with Jumeirah Group in January 2016, to manage 508 units within Marina Gate under its Jumeirah Living brand.

Located in the heart of Dubai Marina, Jumeirah Living Marina Gate is the third, and last tower within the luxury Marina Gate development and will include 104 serviced apartments, 389 private residences and 15 villas, a statement said.

Construction has commenced and enabling works are nearing completion. Prices range from AED1.5 million to over AED16 million, with a payment plan of 70 percent upon completion, it added. 

Jumeirah Living Marina Gate is expected to be completed in the fourth quarter of 2019.

Shafi Syed, chief development officer, Jumeirah Group said: “We are delighted to introduce Jumeirah Living to the Marina Gate development. The Jumeirah Living brand has been instrumental in unlocking value in high-quality, mixed-use developments around the world.”

Residents will also have access to amenities, including a temperature controlled infinity pool, an open-air paddle tennis court, dual-level gymnasium and a residents’ lounge.

Announcing the sale, Rahail Aslam, Group CEO, Select, said: “Jumeirah Living Marina Gate embodies Jumeirah’s customer service ethos and commitment to excellence. With Dubai enjoying strong real estate growth, this is a viable, long-term investment option for our customers.”

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