Dubai Creek Harbour represents an exciting joint venture between Dubai Holding and Emaar Properties, capitalizing on their core strengths to develop a financially viable and ecologically responsible community in which to live, work and play.
The 6-square-kilometer Dubai Creek Harbour is one of the most prestigious waterfront destinations in the world. Home of Dubai Creek Tower, Dubai Square and boundless retail, dining and entertainment choices.
With 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, Dubai Creek Harbour will serve as a strong economic catalyst for Dubai.
The waterfront destination will be home to residences, sweeping landscaped parkland, gourmet restaurants, cafes, kid’s play areas and entertainment venues.
Creek Marina will also feature the Vida Harbour Point, a 286-room upscale lifestyle hotel similar to harbour hotels in cities such as Singapore and Shanghai, which is scheduled to open in 2019.
The Creek Marina Terminus will also have a sculptural viewing deck and three intertwined ring walkways offering views of the Marina and the city-skyline.
With Dubai being the fourth most visited destination in the world, Dubai Square is expected to play a central role in driving retail sales in Dubai, expected to be over $43.8 billion by 2021.
Inspiration for the project comes from leading cities across the world, with the fashion selection at the retail outlets drawn from London’s Oxford Street, Los Angeles’s Beverly Hills, Paris’s Champs-Élysées, Tokyo’s Ginza, Piazza della Republica in Florence and Madrid’s Plaza Mayor.
Dubai Square the Dh10b mega mall will be linked directly to the Dubai Creek Tower through an underground extension.
Middle Easts Largest China Town
Chairman of Emaar Properties Mohamed Alabbar said: “The UAE and China share strong bilateral trade and cultural relations, which are bolstered by the presence of over 200,000 Chinese citizens who live in the UAE and the hundreds of thousands of Chinese visitors that the nation welcomes annually.
“The development of the new Chinese retail and lifestyle district at Dubai Creek Harbour highlight our commitment to the country, and our focus on contributing to the strength and success of UAE-China relations.”
Dubai Creek Tower
Set to be the 21st Century’s new global icon, Dubai Creek Tower soars up from the heart of Dubai Creek Harbour into the clouds above. Designed by the renowned neo-futuristic Spanish architect, Santiago Calatrava, this gravity-defying structure is inspired by the lily flower and traditional Arabian minarets.
A product of great vision, innovation and construction excellence it will add to Dubai’s significant skyline and elevate the city’s position as a world-leading metropolis of the future.
Tower’s height will be 928 metres tall,100 metres higher than the Burj Khalifa.
Ras al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary
(RAKWS) is one of the few urban protected areas found in the arid zone. Located in the heart of Dubai and against the backdrop of the Dubai Skyline, this 6.2 square km sanctuary is home to 450 species of animals and 47 species of plants.
Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary offers bird watching through three bird hides at strategic locations to give visitors a closer view of birds and other wildlife in the area.
Dubai Creek Harbour Metro Stations
Units within a 10-minute walk from a metro station saw a 58% rise in value since the service began, Knight Frank study shows.
“One of the exciting things is the metro link,” said Mohammed Ali Alabbar at a briefing on the Dubai Square project on 24 July. “We are working with the RTA because we are probably the closest development to the airport.
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