Sobha Group, a leading luxury real estate developer, has announced the launch of Sobha Hartland Greens, a luxury building with cityside living in its urban mixed-use waterfront development in the epicentre of Dubai.
The eight-storey residential project at Sobha Hartland in Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum City, is beautifully set within a three km radius to the city’s main attractions. Residents will also have easy access to restaurants and entertainment facilities within the community, said a statement from the company.
Sobha Hartland Greens includes eight floors of residential apartments varying from studios, to one-, two- and three- bedrooms. The luxury apartments start with an attractive price from Dh804,000 ($218,206) with exceptional payment plans on offer.
The handover of units will start from December 2017, said a top official.
"The launch of Sobha Hartland Greens comes in line with the huge demand we are witnessing for luxury living in Dubai," remarked PNC Menon, the founder and chairman of Sobha Group.
"The apartments have been designed to enhance the lifestyle of residents with an abundance of living space and expansive layouts. The tower is strategically located at the heart of the community and will have all the amenities a resident needs," he added.
Encompassed in the development will be two international schools, one currently in operation, nurseries, malls, cafes, tennis courts, yoga centre, swimming pool, clubhouses and spa’s, mosques and healthcare facilities.
Residents will also be three kms to various attractions across Dubai such as :to the tallest tower in the world, the largest mall in Dubai, Meydan Racecourse; home to the world’s richest horse race, District One 8.4km cycling and jogging track, Dubai International Financial Centre, Water fountain’s, world’s longest indoor ski slope, Dubai Country Club, Dubai Equestrian Centre, Dubai One Tower; World’s tallest residential tower and Ras Al Khor Wildlife sanctuary, said the company in its statement.
They will also have easy access to the Dubai Canal and Metro, both of which will envelope Hartland’s low density environment, it added.-TradeArabia News Service
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