posted on 20/01/2014: 2596 views
Global property developer Emaar Properties PJSC, has raised the benchmark in distinctive urban luxury, with the launch of ‘Boulevard Point,' in Downtown Dubai, the company's flagship mega-development.
‘Boulevard Point' is set to become a referral point in real estate, architecture, and luxury living in the most coveted community. Featuring 297 residences across 63 storeys, it will encompass of one- to three-bedroom residences set to launch to discerning investors on January 25, 2014.Located above The Dubai Mall extension, ‘Boulevard Point' will offer direct access to The Dubai Mall through a dedicated bridge link, and stunning views of The Old Town and Souk Al Bahar. Select apartments will also open to views of Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest building, and The Dubai Fountain, the world's tallest performing fountain. Residents can also take advantage of the world-class retail, food and beverage, and leisure options available to them along Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard and within The Dubai Mall. Ahmad Al Matrooshi, managing director, Emaar Properties PJSC, said: "Meeting the demand for serviced residences as second homes in Dubai, ‘Boulevard Point' will redefine the luxury living experience. Positioned within walking distance to the city's new cultural hub, The Opera District, ‘Boulevard Point' will give residents a spectacular mix of arts and culture, in the world's most prestigious square kilometre. "Potential investors can register their interest for homes in ‘Boulevard Point' online at www.emaar.com from January 22. The sales on January 25, for Dubai will be held at Emaar Pavilion on Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard, Downtown Dubai and in Abu Dhabi, at the Emaar Sales Centre in Al Nahda Tower, from 10am; and at Marina Bay Sands in Singapore, from 2pm.The dedicated showcases in Riyadh and Doha will be held on January 25 at Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh at Kingdom Centre, and Four Seasons Hotel Doha, respectively, from 9am, both on a first-come first-served basis. – Khaleej Times – Read more:
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