Bulgari Residences Dubai is part of the 1.7 million sq ft Bulgari Resort and Residences that is taking shape on the Jumeira Bay Island. Comprising 165 apartments, eight penthouses and 15 mansions entirely designed by the renowned Italian architectural firm Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel and Partners. The master development, Bulgari Resort and Residences Dubai, is scheduled for completion in 2017.



DAMAC Towers by Paramount Hotels & Resorts is a hotel and residential complex located in the heart of the stylish Burj area, Dubai. This four tower development comprising circa 1,200 luxury serviced hotel apartments in three towers, will offer sumptuous living with a Hollywood flavour. A fourth tower will house the world’s first Paramount Hotel and Paramount Residences and is already under construction, with completion scheduled for Q3 2019.


Dubai Creek Harbour is a joint venture project between Emaar Properties and Dubai Holding, that will be both a financially viable and ecologically responsible city, using every innovation to minimise its environmental impact. Dubai Creek Harbour project sits abreast of Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary, which has sheltered around 450 animal species within its 620 hectares for a quarter-century. The project involves construction of a mixed used development consisting of 6 residential high rise towers sit on a podium encircled on the banks of the Dubai Creek. The project will also feature the Vida Hotel and Residences, a new brand of Emaar Hospitality Group, the hospitality & leisure subsidiary of property developer Emaar Properties. Dubai Creek Harbour at The Lagoons is master planned by the US- based architectural practice RTKL.


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Dubai Sustainable City by Diamond Developers will be the first residential community of its kind in Dubai and is expected to meet the highest environmental standards by adopting a sustainable approach in its quest to become a regional leader in eco-tourism and global environmental protection. The inspiring architectural designs take into consideration the natural aspects of sunlight, wind and orientation in order to create cleaner air and lower temperatures for a cooler city microclimate. The Sustainable City in Dubai provides owners with unique and highly attractive benefits. It demonstrates that luxury housing is possible while following sustainability standards. The City will generate much of its own electricity through city-wide and rooftop solar panels. The Development promotes the idea of urban agriculture with the inclusion of a 3 hectare farm running across the City’s central spine. This community farm accommodates 38,000 sqft (3,500 sqm) of Biodome Greenhouses dedicated to the growing of fruits, herbs and vegetables allowing residents to enjoy local year round healthy food. Phase 1 of the City comprises five 100-villa residential clusters, a community mall, a central ‘green spine’ an equestrian centre, horse, bicycle, walking and jogging tracks, and all infrastructural works.

Phase 2, meanwhile, will include the construction of an eco-resort, a country club, a green school, a science museum, and The Sustainability Centre of Excellence. The project is expected to be completed before the end of 2016.