What’s the first image that comes to your mind when anyone mentions Dubai? Amongst the various flashes of its grand skyline and major landmarks, we almost always invariably end up thinking of the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa. And for anybody who is always in need of a little retail therapy, we think of the world’s largest mall, The Dubai Mall 😉 These two major tourist attractions are located in Downtown Dubai, a large mixed use complex developed by Emaar Properties, thus making it one of the prime residential locations in Dubai. So for this month’s neighborhood profile, we will tell you about some of the perks of living in Downtown Dubai.
This place has something to offer for everyone’s taste. Located close to DIFC, World Trade Centre and Business Bay, it is situated close to other prime locations of the city. The Burj Khalifa/Dubai Mall Metro Station provides easy metro access while the Dubai Trolley (Tram service) is also set to begin by the end of this year. You can explore residential living in the Burj Khalifa residences, The Lofts, The Old Town Islands, The Residences, Emaar Boulevard, and Fountain Views amongst many more. From high rise to low rise residential living, you have various options at your disposal.
If you choose to rent or buy property in this location, then you will have everything at your fingertips. With The Dubai Mall a few steps away, the Armani Hotel, the Address Hotels, Souk Al Bahar all nearby, you have the option of finest dining, entertainment and shopping options. All the residential complexes here are equipped with modern facilities for your comfort living.
So if you’re looking to live in a posh and fancy location in Dubai then Downtown Dubai is your place. With such grand facilities and an uber living experience, why look anywhere else? However, make note that all this glamour and living in proximity to Dubai’s iconic landmarks come with a huge price tag. So be financially prepared to shell out for this exclusive high end luxurious living. 😉
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