Emaar unveils residences in Dubai Creek Harbour
The Creek Horizon development will also include villa townhouses set on a podium that connects the two residential towers
Real estate giant Emaar Properties is set to launch sales for new residences and villa townhouses in Dubai Creek Harbour.
Creek Horizon homes, located near to The Tower and in the heart of The Island District, include one-, two-, and three-bedroom residences, and four-bedroom penthouses in two residential towers, 35 and 41 floors high, which overlook the Dubai Creek.
The Creek Horizon development will also include villa townhouses set on a podium that connects the two residential towers.
At the top of the podium is a pool, lounge, and other leisure amenities, while the ground floor will have cafes and retail outlets facing the boulevard and directly on the Central Park.
Dubai Creek Harbour is a 600ha master-planned development that will be defined by the iconic new tower designed by Spanish/Swiss architect, Santiago Calatrava Valls.
Ahmad Al Matrooshi, managing director of Emaar Properties, said: “With the launch of the iconic new tower at its heart, the Dubai Creek Harbour has evolved as one of the most-cherished residential destinations in the city.
“Customers now have the opportunity to maximise their value with the newly launched Creek Horizon residences in this one-of-a-kind master-development in the heart of the city. Creek Horizon offers an exquisite location advantage by the historic Dubai Creek and as part of The Island District. In addition to staying next-door to the world’s new icon, residents will enjoy a marina lifestyle, with green parks and high-end retail in close proximity.”
Dubai Creek Harbour will feature commercial districts, leisure developments, residential neighbourhoods and parks. It will also have green parks and gardens, a museum and cultural facilities, canals, lush parklands, landscaped promenades, pedestrian walkways and cycle paths.
A public transport network will service Dubai Creek Harbour with both land and water-based public modes of transport.