The Jumeirah life: An exclusive new address with views of the Burj Al Arab
Upcoming Arabesque residences in Dubai’s iconic Jumeirah district offer stunning views of the Burj Al Arab and the sea.
Fancy sitting in the balcony of your apartment overlooking Dubai’s iconic Burj Al Arab, while enjoying your breakfast? How about a morning run on the famous Jumeirah Beach followed by a coffee at a world-renowned café, all in the comfort of your holiday home? An all-new residential development coming up in the Emirate’s luxury Jumeirah beachfront, Madinat Jumeirah Living, promises an exclusive living experience in the luxury district.
The sprawling 3.85 million square foot development is designed to highlight Arabian heritage, giving it a distinctive feel and character. On offer are luxury homes with a contemporary feel, all of which will have a clear view of the Burj Al Arab. The tastefully designed one, two, three and four-bedroom homes will be built in residential clusters surrounded by wadis, oases, and wind towers for an eclectic living experience. All these clusters will be inter-connected through shaded pedestrian walkways and jogging paths for seamless movement within the complex.
To create a green living environment, cars will be kept out of bay and all vehicular movement will happen underground. The basement levels will house parking spaces for residents and visitors and car access at the ground level will be limited to only designated drop-off areas to keep fumes and emissions in control and give a cleaner and healthier life. Resident safety will be of utmost importance and people, especially small children and the elderly, will be able to move about freely at the ground level without the nuisance of cars.
A central pedestrian walkway will run through the complex providing access to private community spaces where residents can come together and relax. Communal roof terraces and BBQ areas offer splendid views of Burj Al Arab and the Arabian Sea. Other facilities will include a gated home living environment, a suite of concierge services, play areas and parks for children, day cares for working mums, fitness centers and swimming pools for the health conscious, kilometers of cycling tracks running along the complex, a community center and community retail spaces.
The location couldn’t get any better. Madinat Jumeirah Living is coming up right opposite Burj Al Arab, meeting between Jumeirah Beach and Umm Suqeim Roads. It is about a 25 minute drive from the Dubai International Airport. The complex is located near about two kilometers of private beachfront and will be right next to the luxurious five-star resort by the same name, called Madinat Jumeirah Resort, which has been developed over 40 hectares of landscapes and gardens.
The complex will have a similar look and feel as the popular resort which houses three grand hotels, 29 traditional summer houses and 7 luxury villas. “Madinat Jumeirah Living is a natural extension to the hugely successful entertainment, hospitality, retail, tourism and lifestyle proposition of the Madinat Jumeirah resort, which we have built and enhanced over the years,” said His Excellency Abdulla Ahmed Al Habbai, Chairman of Dubai Holding, at the launch of the project.
“Dubai holding is now elevating the masterplan of the prime Jumeirah district, taking it further to both address the demand of luxury living and to fully realize its potential as a truly holistic and world-class destination,” he added.
Those living in the complex will have quick access to the resort through a new air-conditioned pedestrian bridge which is being constructed to connect the two. The resort has its own private beach and features over 50 restaurants and bars and a 1000-seat amphitheater and three kilometers of waterways and landscaped gardens.
The Madinat Jumeirah Resort continues to be one of Dubai’s popular tourist haunts with a footfall of over 2.8 million visitors in the first half of 2018 alone. It has been host to prestigious events including the Dubai International Film festival, the World Government Summit and Art Dubai.
Also in the neighborhood is the famous Wild Wadi water park which boasts of having the largest water slide outside of North America. The Madinat Jumeirah Waterways also house a turtle sanctuary which takes in injured turtles to look after them before releasing them back into the wild. The turtle pen is located at Mina a’Salaam.
Being developed by Dubai Holding, which has constructed landmarks like Al Qasr, Mina Al Salam and Dar Al Masyaf, the complex is the first freehold residential development in the area. Construction of the Madinat Jumeirah Living complex will begin in 2019 and the first phase will be delivered within 30 months.
Where we are:
•2 minute drive to Sheikh Zayed Road
•5 minute drive to Dubai Media City
•8 minute drive to Dubai Internet City
•5 minute drive to the nearest shopping mall
•25 minute drive to Dubai International Airport
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