New ‘Sunset’ residences launched in Dubai Creek Harbour

The project includes three buildings with one, two, three and four bedroom apartments



A new set of residences has been launched in the Dubai Creek Harbour development, featuring apartments with waterfront views.

Sunset residences include three low to mid-rise buildings connected by a podium featuring one, two, three and four bedroom apartments.

While two of the three buildings have a contemporary architecture, the third is designed in Arabesque style.

Located next to Creek Beach, the community has a swimming pool, private gardens and waterfront views.

At Creek Beach, residents will have access to the boardwalks, a town centre with retail and F&B offering, a gym within a private courtyard, outdoor play areas, lawns, a shared community room, and licenced restaurants on the beach.

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A pedestrian bridge will also connect Sunset residences to Creek Island Dubai, which includes leisure activities.

Creek Island, which will be connected to the mainland by three bridges, features the Creek Marina, which will have a 286-room upscale lifestyle hotel Vida Harbour Point – also expected to open in 2019.

Creek Marina will also have retail, dining and leisure venues, yachting facilities including a yacht club, three hotels, a promenade, pedestrian walkways, and art installations.

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The mega Dubai Creek Harbour – being developed by Emaar and Dubai Holding – features over 7.3 million sq m of residential space, nearly 940,000 sq m of retail precincts, 300,000 sq m of commercial space, over 66,000 sq m of cultural space, 700,000 sq m of parks and open spaces, and 24 hotels with 5,800 rooms.

It will feature the Dubai Creek Tower – set to become the tallest tower in Dubai when complete, as well as Dubai Square, a mega ‘tech-driven’ retail project which will offer 8.07 million sq ft of gross floor retail space – nearly double the gross leasable area of Dubai Mall.

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Dubai Creek Harbour will also have schools, hospitals and recreational facilities as well as two Dubai Metro links.

When completed, Dubai Creek Harbour will be home to over 200,000 people.

In August, it was announced that the first residential units in the mega-development will be handed over in the first quarter of 2019.

Read more: First residential units in Dubai Creek Harbour to be handed over next year