Real estate developer Sobha Group has announced the launch of Sobha Hartland Greens, a luxury building in its urban mixed-use waterfront development in Dubai.
The eight-storey residential project at the $4 billion Sobha Hartland in Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum City, includes residential apartments varying from studios, to one, two and three bedrooms, a statement said.
Prices for the luxury apartments will start from AED804,000, with the handover of units starting in December 2017, the statement added.
PNC Menon, founder and chairman, Sobha Group said: "The launch of Sobha Hartland Greens comes in line with the huge demand we are witnessing for luxury living in Dubai. The apartments have been designed to enhance the lifestyle of residents with an abundance of living space and expansive layouts.
"The tower is strategically located at the heart of the community and will have all the amenities a resident needs."
The site will eventually include 282 four-, five- and six-bed villas, 18 low-rise, three mid-rise and nine high-rise apartment blocks, as well as a 150,000 sq m community centre, three hotels, a spa, two mixed-use towers, two schools, three mosques and a clubhouse.
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