emaar launches new ‘creekside 18’ residences
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Emaar launches new ‘Creekside 18’ residences

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Emaar Properties
Dubai - WAM

Emaar Properties, the global developer of iconic projects, has launched the elegantly designed ‘Creekside 18' residences in The Island District of Dubai Creek Harbour, a one-of-its-kind modern master-planned community located along the historic Dubai Creek in the heart of the city.

In close proximity to the Dubai International Airport and the Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary, Dubai Creek Harbour is located on a land area of 6 million sq. metres (over 1,482 acres), and developed by Emaar Properties as a joint venture with Dubai Holding.

‘Creekside 18' homes open to inspiring views of the Creek, the cradle of Dubai's cultural heritage and growth; the Downtown Dubai skyline highlighted by Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest building; and the mangroves of the Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary, a natural bird sanctuary.

Ahmad Al Matrooshi, Managing Director of Emaar Properties, said: "Dubai Creek Harbour is a truly unique development in Dubai that is defined by its central location by the historic Creek, a world-class design and a wide range of lifestyle amenities that will appeal to all members of the family. ‘Creekside 18' will be one of the most desirable addresses in Dubai, with its location in The Island District. No other development assures such a scenic view as ‘Creekside 18' with homes opening to the Dubai skyline, the Dubai Creek and the Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary.”

Promising a sophisticated new lifestyle choice, ‘Creekside 18' has around 480 residential units with modern finishes. The 1, 2 and 3-bedroom glass-fronted apartments are located in two 37-storey towers. An additional level of podium apartments are also offered that redefine upscale island living.

‘Creekside 18' brings exceptional value for its residents led by its location in The Island District of Dubai Creek Harbour. They step out to a vibrant lifestyle defined by the Creek Boardwalk that assures an array of retail, F&B, leisure and entertainment choices. They also offer direct access to a stylish marina, yacht club, ferry terminal creek pier, lighthouse, harbour point and over 1 million sq. ft. of world-class hospitality and 1.5 million sq. ft. of luxury retail and cultural amenities.

 

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