Sobha Developers launches new luxury Dubai project

Sobha Developers have announced the launch of a new mixed-use development within the prestigious Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum City, located just three kilometres from Burj Khalifa.

The exclusive, ultra stylish yet family orientated community has over 30 percent of the 185 acre project dedicated to green living and is now offering its luxury homes for sale.

PNC Menon, founder and chairman of Sobha Group, said: “With almost four decades of experience in the Middle East, we are committed to providing exceptional green urban spaces close to the city centre.

"Sobha Hartland will have all the amenities a community needs, spanning two schools, retail outlets, hotels, spa and entertainment facilities all in one central location. It is the ideal neighbourhood for family living with numerous parks and leisure facilities within walking distance.”

The Sobha Hartland residential offering will comprise of only 282 stunning, contemporary, L-shaped villas plus mid and high rise apartments with a focus on space and a modern feel throughout.

The freehold properties are designed to suit individual and family needs and range from spacious four, five and six bedroom ‘Signature’ villas. In addition, the low rise garden apartments range from studio to three bedroom duplexes.

The villas are set to be completed and handed over by late 2016.

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