Monday, April 22, 2013

Emaar’s new Sky Collection unveiled in Downtown Dubai


Emaar Properties, leading Dubai developer, has revealed details of a new series of luxury apartments called Sky Collection, which occupies the upper storeys of a high-profile development in Downtown Dubai.

The homes will be on the topmost levels of the 60-storey towers that constitute its ‘The Address Residence Fountain Views Project’, overlooking the Burj Khalifa and much of Downtown.

The developer has been offering potential buyers the choice of three and four bedroom apartments, three and four bedroom duplex apartments and four bedroom penthouses, ranging in size 2000 sqft to 17000 sq ft.

The Developer has asked investor to first register an interest online. Emaar will contact select customers directly will invite them for a private preview and sale.

The Managing Director of Emaar, Ahmad Al Matrooshi, said that The Sky Collect at The Address Residence Fountain Views is meant for interested customers who value an unmatched luxury lifestyle in one of the most sought-after destinations in Dubai.

He further said that the Sky Collection would serve as a valuable investment proposition suitable for families as first-homes and for international leisure and business visitors looking for a second home or extended stay in Dubai.

The Sky Collection comprises spacious, fully furnished luxury residences, serviced by The Address Hotels and Resorts, Emaar’s hotel brand. The Address Residence Fountain Views is directly linked to the Dubai Mall through the metro link.

Emaar had earlier unveiled a Sky Collection within The Address The BLVD, which had drawn strong investor response in Dubai and in international markets. Emaar also recently launched the Mira townhouses in Reem and The Address Residence Sky View in Downtown Dubai, which also drew an overwhelming response.

Downtown Dubai is a thriving mixed-use community with world-class hotels, must-visit tourist attractions, world-class hotels, shopping malls, landscaped gardens and other tourist attractions.

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