Emaar to launch new Address in March
Dubai, February 24, 2013
Dubai-based Emaar Properties will launch its new premium project The Address Residence Sky View simultaneously in Dubai and Riyadh on March 2.
The 50-storey hotel, residence and serviced apartment twin-tower complex atop a grand podium — designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill — will be located in Downtown Dubai.
Potential buyers can pre-register for the Dubai launch online on February 27 from 10 am. For the Riyadh event, registration will happen at the event venue on March 2 at 9am and hence no online registration will take place, the company said.
“The Address Residence Sky View will be another impressive, iconic structure to the Dubai skyline... The project builds on the growth of the property market and tourism sectors of Dubai, offering investors a premium choice of home in the most prestigious square kilometre on earth,” Emaar Properties chairman Mohamed Alabbar was quoted as saying in a Khaleej Times report.
Spanning the tower complex is a unique Sky Bridge, which includes a signature restaurant, ballroom and infinity pool with amenity deck, which offers 360-degree vistas of Downtown Dubai and panoramic views of the Gulf.
The Address Residence Sky View, at a height of over 230 metres, will bring a new dimension to spatial design to Downtown Dubai. All 532 serviced apartments will be fully furnished and designed to ensure optimal light across all living spaces and with floor-to-ceiling windows that offer stunning views of Downtown Dubai or the Gulf.
Envisaged to become a much sought-after address in Downtown Dubai, The Address Residence Sky View will also serve as a preferred business hotel of approximately 180 keys, appealing to visitors to the neighbouring Emaar Square and Dubai International Financial Centre, the report said.
The development is conveniently close to the Mohammed bin Rashid Boulevard, billed as the world’s most prestigious boulevard with an extensive choice of retail and food and beverage choices.
More Construction & Real Estate Stories
- Qatari group unveils $823m giant mall project
- Tecom announces new operational structure
- Better Homes releases property guides
- Drake & Scull clinches $461m Saudi contract
- Obayashi-HBK venture wins Doha project deal
- Bahrain halts digging at housing project site
- Strike won't affect projects says Arabtec
- Bahrain cuts new property registration cost
- IPIC to use $4bn pipeline payment to repay debt
- MMG appoints advisor for debt restructuring