Emaar launches its ‘last’ residential project in Downtown Dubai

Burj Royale will offer views of the Burj Khalifa and Dubai Fountain



Dubai developer Emaar has launched its “last” residential project in Downtown Dubai, called Burj Royale.

Designed as an extension of the Old Town neighbourhood, the tower will offer views of the world’s tallest building – Burj Khalifa and the Dubai Fountain, a statement said.

It will also be located within walking distance of the Dubai Mall and Dubai Opera.

Further details about the project – including the size and the number of units – were not disclosed.

“The prices of premium apartments in Downtown Dubai are extremely competitive compared to similar developments in global cities, making Burj Royale a great investment opportunity for international investors too,” the statement said without offering any figures.

Burj Royale residences will be launched for sale on November 5.

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The latest launch comes just over a week after Emaar launched new residences in its Dubai Hills Estate project called the Collective 2.0, catering to “millennials and young professionals”.

The new project will feature one and two bedroom apartments, with prices starting from Dhs664,888.

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