Cityscape Global: low-rise apartments shape third phase of Dubai's District One
One, two and three bed apartments will be another component to Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum City - District One
Planners have unveiled the third phase of development at Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum City – District One at Cityscape Global which sees low-rise apartments added to the mix.
District One Residences, a collection of one, two and three bed apartments, will be another component to the development - the first residential community taking shape in MBR City, Meydan Group planners said.
Phases one and two saw the completion of villas and mansions at the development, 4km from Downtown Dubai.
“District One Residences will offer home owners the only waterfront apartment living in the centre of the city," said Saeed Humaid Al Tayer, chairman and chief executive, Meydan.
“We are proud to be adding to Dubai’s status as one of the most desirable cities in the world in which to live. We are creating a beautiful, luxurious community offering the most central freehold villa and apartment properties in the heart of the city’s centre overlooking what will become the world’s largest crystal lagoon.”
District One brings together a 7km crystal lagoon, beaches, a 14km boardwalk, and parklands. It is also home to a 8.4km cycle track which will also get improvements.
Two new tunnels have also been added to the track to ensure the safety of all those taking advantage of the free facilities, which are equipped with 386 solar light poles for environmentally friendly and energy efficient light at night.
“With the handover of Phase One now underway and construction of Phase Two continuing apace, the launch of Phase Three is a response to demand for low-rise apartment options in the heart of the city centre, said PNC Menon, group chairman and founder of Sobha Group.
"We expect to receive a good deal of interest from end users and investors alike, who recognise that luxury waterfront apartment living can offer excellent returns and unrivalled residential experiences.”
Updated: September 12, 2017 01:35 PM