UAE News: Nakheel unveils Master Plan vision for Dubai Islands
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Nakheel introduces master plan vision for Dubai Islands

Nakheel introduces master plan vision for Dubai Islands

Dubai Islands features over 20 kilometres of beaches, including a Blue Flag certified beach, approximately two square kilometres of parks and golf courses

Neesha Salian
Nakheel unveils Dubai Islands' master plan (2)

Dubai-based master developer Nakheel has unveiled a new vision for Dubai Islands to enhance the concept of waterfront living.

Aligning with Dubai 2040 Urban Master Plan, Dubai Islands (formerly known as Deira Islands) will feature  contemporary living experiences, cultural hubs, recreational sport beaches and beach clubs, all in one interconnected location within easy access of the city and airport.

The islands will be home to over 80 resorts and hotels, including luxury and wellness resorts, boutique, family and eco-conscious hotels.

With over 20 kilometres of beaches, including a Blue Flag certified beach, approximately two square kilometres of parks and open spaces and premium golf courses overlooking the Arabian Gulf, Dubai Islands will increase the length of beaches and areas dedicated to public parks.

A well-connected network of marinas promenades and pathways for water and road transportation, walking and biking support the Dubai 2040 Urban Master Plan in developing vibrant and healthy communities.

Naaman Atallah, CEO at Nakheel, said: “Dubai Islands are an integral part of the future vision for the emirate, focusing on enhancing the health, happiness and wellbeing of residents and visitors, as well as providing the highest standards and variety of urban infrastructure and facilities. Dubai Islands will add to the Nakheel portfolio of residential, retail, hospitality and leisure developments, offering another destination within a destination.”

Dubai Islands are located along Dubai’s northern coastline and are easily accessible by land and sea through road bridges and water transport.

The islands are within a short distance from the Dubai International Airport, Dubai Creek, Jumeirah and Downtown Dubai.

In other news, in January, Sharjah’s real estate developer Arada has purchased the last remaining beachfront land plot on the Crescent of Palm Jumeirah. Valued at Dhs240m, the plot has been bought from Nakheel, the master developer behind Palm Jumeirah. The purchase marks the developer’s first project outside Sharjah and its entry into the Dubai property market.

Located on The Palm’s East Crescent, the 20,500 square metre plot is located with views of the Burj Khalifa and Burj Al Arab to the east and the rest of the Palm and Dubai Marina to the south and west.

Read: Sharjah’s Arada enters Dubai property market, purchases Dhs240m land at Palm Jumeirah

Nakheel’s master developments span 15,000 hectares, accommodate nearly 300,000 people and provide a growing range of destinations, attractions and facilities for Dubai’s citizens, residents and tourists. They include Palm Jumeirah, The World, Jumeirah Islands, Jumeirah Park, Jumeirah Village, Al Furjan, The Gardens, Discovery Gardens, Jebel Ali Village, Dragon City, Nad Al Sheba Villas, Warsan Village and International City in addition to Dubai Islands.

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