By Staff writer
Dubai Properties unveils new residential tower for Dubai Creek project; sales to start on Thursday
Dubai Properties on Sunday unveiled a new residential tower at Dubai Wharf, a multi-million dirham mixed-use project in the heart of Dubai Creek.
The launch of the new tower comes as major infrastructure works around the master development is almost completed.
The tower is part of Dubai Wharf’s four-tower mid-rise development, and comprises over 200 units that include studios, one, two and three bedroom apartments.
The tower also includes a gym on the podium level overlooking the canal system, swimming pool, and open green spaces.
Sales of Dubai Wharf apartments will start on May 28. Interested buyers and investors are invited to register at www.dp.ae.
Road networks, internal bridges, and electricity sub-stations at the creekside destination are now complete, the developer said in a statement.
Works related to infrastructure services are scheduled for completion by the end of June while landscaping works will be completed by the end of the third quarter of 2016.
Abdulla Abushabieb, executive director - Customer Care and Sales at Dubai Properties, said: “The new residential tower at Dubai Wharf offers residents an opportunity to experience creek side living in the heart of the city... we are upbeat of strong response from investors and end-users alike.”
Now that is the most creative property idea presented in the last three years, most big cities have wharf-side residences if they're located on the coast or a port city lying on a major river. Forget anything built so far and swap the mundane out for what is a really good concept.
And this from a man who regards the second coming of the Dubai property market as one great elongated yawn, which has foolishly allowed itself to fall for excessive delivery once again.
Although the affordable housing aspect is yet to be satisfied, despite the announcements. However, just how many luxury residences can one city take?