Emaar launches residential units for sale within Dubai Hills Estate

The 147 residences form part of a new mid-rise residential tower within Dubai Hills Estate



Dubai developer Emaar Properties has launched 147 residences for sale within the 11 million square metres Dubai Hills Estate development, it announced on Wednesday.

The residences include one, two and three bedroom apartments located in a new mid-rise residential tower in Acacia within the overall project. The homes offer views of the central park or the boulevard.

No details were given about the prices of the units.

Dubai Hills Estate, which is set to welcome its first residents later this year, is a joint venture project between Emaar and Meraas Holding.

Emaar managing director Ahmad Al Matrooshi said: “We are launching the new mid-rise tower in Dubai Hills Estate just in time to meet the growing interest from international investors who travel to Dubai this summer, and for customers who wish to be part of a vibrant lifestyle neighbourhood.

“Families will be assured of a ‘wellness lifestyle’ at the new residences that also open to spectacular vistas of a central park.”

Marking the first phase of the Mohammed bin Rashid City, Dubai Hills Estate is one of the largest master-planned communities in the city.

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Located at the crossroads of Al Qudra and Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Road, the development will have a total green area of over 2.2 million sqm that includes a championship golf course and a central park spread over about 180,000 sqm.

Surrounding the golf course will be over 4,400 villas and townhouses and some 22,000 apartments.

The development will also have a mall and community retail areas including a boutique mall for high-end brands, two hotels, schools, tennis and sports centres and a boulevard of about 7km with leisure, retail and F&B choices.

It will also feature over 45km of trekking trails, cycling tracks and walkways.

A dedicated Dubai Hills Rail line will connect residents and visitors to the two international airports in the city.

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