Why buy this property
A Plus Project
Luxury and Modern Interior Design
Suitable For Disabled
Elite and luxury life in pure nature
Guest Parking Area
Offering a lot of opportunity for your hobbies and free times
Binghatti Creek project features symbolic design cues, where individual balconies are interwoven together to form a unified community. This interesting pattern creates an illusion which makes the building’s static environment appear as a dynamic design. The building’s unique balcony design provides outdoors spaces for residents to enjoy, while also ensuring a sustainable design by providing shade which greatly reduces the amount of energy required to cool the living spaces of the building.
The building showcases Binghatti Developers’ signature contemporary design style while also keeping traditional elements found in Middle Eastern art and architecture in consideration. The unique balcony design of the building offers residents an outdoor space to enjoy without compromising privacy. The building’s prime location ensures a great investment for its future owners.
Al Jaddaf is a mixed-use community surrounded by the Dubai Creek and Royal Za’abeel Community. The name ‘Al Jaddaf’ literally translates to ‘The Rower’, a testament to the area’s historic use as a traditional dhow sailboat building hub. The area is developing into a hospitality oasis with up to 5 hotels at present in construction and 3 hotels build namely Marriott Al Jaddaf, Reflection Hotel Apartments and Arabian Park Hotel.
The community is home to progressive young professionals seeking a fast-paced lifestyle within minutes of every major landmark in Dubai. Residents enjoy easy access to the Dubai Metro, amenities are also in near proximity such as Latifa Hospital, Wafi Mall, Dubai Mall, and not forgetting the Iconic symbol of Dubai, Burj Khalifa which is only 5 minutes away, together with DIFC
Binghatti Creek prime location at the heart of Dubai ensures that residents are just minutes away from every major destination in the city.
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