Sobha Group, one of the Middle East’s leading premium real estate developers, has unveiled new land plots for investors and end users within Sobha Hartland – the only fully integrated freehold community on the Dubai Water Canal and in Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum City.
To meet the interest generated from the recent inauguration of the Dubai Water Canal, this new scheme allows buyers to build their own waterfront villas in the most in-demand area in Dubai. Nearly 14,000 square feet of land is available for constructing waterfront villas.
What further distinguishes these plots in the market is their neighborhood. As part of Sobha Hartland, these plots are part of an 8 million square foot resort-style community that comprises freehold studios, 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments, duplexes, townhouses and 4, 5 & 6 bedroom villas and is surrounded by 2.4 million square feet of greenery – 30% of the entire community.
Their location within Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum City and 3 kilometer proximity to Dubai’s hottest attractions makes them one of the most-sought after plots in Dubai.
Sobha Hartland also boasts a selection of world-class amenities such as international schools, nurseries, healthcare facilities, swimming pools, tennis courts, yoga centres, gyms, playgrounds, and parks just a stroll away.
Mr. PNC Menon, Founder and Chairman, Sobha Group, said: “We are delighted to announce the introduction of another investment opportunity that the market needs. In this new scheme, we have just enabled buyers to build their own abode in Sobha Hartland right next to the newly opened Dubai Water Canal. These plots are extremely limited and exclusive to those who want to build their own waterfront villas. These plots are surrounded by 2.4 million square feet of greenery, world-class amenities and Dubai’s hottest attractions. Real estate investments in Dubai are regarded as a good decision especially with Dubai being considered as the region’s safe haven and the city recently has also climbed to No.2 among world’s cities with ‘most improved livability’”.