Dubai DownTown

burjdubaiDowntown Dubai boasts the biggest and the best of everything. The world’s tallest tower; the world’s largest shopping and entertainment centre; the world’s largest single volume aquarium; the world’s first Armani Hotel; the largest┬áCineplex in the UAE; the largest indoor Gold Souk; the largest Waitrose supermarket in the Middle East and a fountain larger than the Bellagio Fountain in Las Vegas.
In addition to these impressive attributes, Downtown Dubai also presents an Olympic-size ice-rink, a 30-acre lake and four unique event venues such as the Burj Park and the Burj Plaza all equipped to host any occasion from a Corporate function to a Classic Car Show.

Downtown Dubai is described as the ‘new heart of the City’ and ‘the Centre of now’, both are very fitting titles for this soo -acre urban development. Downtown Dubai has it all. Shopping; dining; entertainment; attractions; residential properties and commercial space and to top it all, an iconic building at its epicenter.
Dubai’s newest residential area provides a wide range of properties to suit all tastes and offering the highest quality finishing’s, together with state-of-the-art technology and excellent amenities. There is
a combination of high, medium and low rise residential units from studios, suites, penthouses and duplex apartments. Choose a one-bedroom apartment overlooking the bustling Emaar Boulevard at 8 Boulevard Walk or a four-bedroom Arabesque apartment in The Old Town quarters ofYansoon, Reehan, Miska, Zaafaran, Zanzabeel,
or Kamoon. Select a private residence personally designed by Giorgio Armani himself or a four-bedroom suite at The Residence, Burj Khalifa. Escape from the hustle ofDowntown Dubai and live amongst open water and calming greenery at The Residences or select Southridge for breathtaking vistas across The Old Town and The Burj Lake. You are guaranteed to find the home you are looking for in this soo-acre urban development.
Neighbourhood features include indoor and outdoor play areas
for children, intimate courtyards, landscaped gardens, swimming pools and other fitness facilities such as squash courts and aerobics studios. Meandering Arabian alleyways, palm-lined streets and shaded avenues link the different residential quarters and encourage residents to get around on foot. Both Dubai Mall and SoukAl Bahar are within walking distance of the residential districts and Souk
Al Bahar with its traditional Arabesque architecture has quickly established itself as a nightlife hub with several licensed bars and restaurants. Visit a fusion of stalls, boutiques and parlours in the market square on the Old Town Island or pop in to one of the small Spinneys outlets scattered throughout the residential areas. Most banks have outlets within Dubai Mall and there are nurseries for pre-school aged children to include Old Town Nursery (part of Raffle s International School), Kangaroo Kids in the Burj Residences and Cello Kids in the Al Manzil Club. There is a medical centre within
the Dubai Mall and there are pharmacies located around the Old Town and The Residences. This community has everything you need nearby.
Downtown Dubai accommodates a selection of world-class hotels including The Armarni Hotel Dubai, The Address Dubai Mall
and The Address Downtown Dubai, The Palace, Al Manzil and Qamardeen. The hotels provide leisure opportunities for residents and visitors during the day and after dark. There are spas for relaxation; restaurants for feasting; and bars and coffee shops for your refreshments. Pick a beanbag on the sundowner terrace, a lakeside table for two or a bar stool in the sky lounge. There is a huge variety ofleisure and entertainment options on your doorstep.
In addition to the extensive range of residential properties, there are also a number of commercial properties to include The Corporate Suites in the Burj Khalifa and offices on the lower floors ofBurj Place. Boulevard Plaza consists of two high-rise commercial towers and Emaar Square is made up of six buildings between six and eight storey’s. Conveniently located between Sheikh Zayed Road and
Al Khail Road and with its own metro station and ample parking, Downtown Dubai is easily accessible for residents and visitors.
Its close proximity to Business Bay also makes it a very attractive location for businesses.
Downtown Dubai is currently enjoying one of the highest occupation levels and is one to watch now and in the future. Take a trip down Emaar Boulevard and look up – you never know who you will see dangling from the Burj Khalifa.

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