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Emaar unveils luxury residential scheme in Downtown Dubai

Act One | Act Two comprises 718 apartments overlooking Burj Khalifa and Dubai Opera

Emaar unveils luxury residential scheme in Downtown Dubai

Emaar Properties has unveiled a new luxury residential scheme next to Dubai Opera, comprising two towers in the centre of the Downtown district.

The luxury ‘Act One | Act Two’ residences will be launched for sale in London on Wednesday and Dubai on Thursday, Emaar said.

The scheme comprises 718 one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments and a limited collection of penthouses contained within a 52-storey and a 46-storey tower overlooking the Burj Khalifa, Mohammed bin Rashid Boulevard and soon-to-be-completed Dubai Opera building.


 The towers also contain high-end retail, exclusive cafes and amenities including a health club and spa, infinity and other swimming pools. There is a podium connection to the Burj Khalifa as well as roof terraces and balconies.

Ahmad Al Matrooshi, managing director of Emaar Properties, said: “Act One | Act Two is a premium development that celebrates the vibrant cultural lifestyle of the city.”


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Simon 3 years ago

Too many buildings are going up in Downtown Dubai adding huge pressure to an already near capacity master development.

DownTown is starting to feel a little like how JBR has turned out...bad planning, cramped and massively under pressure infrastructure. Building to maximise 'gain'...without a thought for the future.

james 3 years ago

Agree Simon
Just a nightmare with the number of buildings coming up and the traffic is beyond painful.

Making it far from the upmarket area most of us were sold on.
Now, it is just another bunch of buildings in a different location.