Select Group, one of the region’s largest private real estate developers, has launched the sales of Jumeirah Living Marina Gate, the first freehold development in Dubai Marina under the Jumeirah Living brand.
Located in the heart of Dubai Marina, Jumeirah Living Marina Gate is the third, and last tower within the luxury Marina Gate development.
Offering residents a unique opportunity for a curated lifestyle, this exclusive development will include 104 serviced apartments, 389 private residences and 15 villas, said a statement from Jumeirah.
Construction has already started on the development and enabling works are nearing completion. Prices range from Dh1.5 million ($411,634) to over Dh16 million ($4.39 million) with a payment plan of 70 per cent upon completion.
Jumeirah Living Marina Gate is expected to be completed in Q4, 2019.
Select Group had last year signed an agreement with Jumeirah Group, a global hotel company and a member of Dubai Holding, to manage 508 units within Marina Gate under its Jumeirah Living brand.
Shafi Syed, the chief development officer, Jumeirah Group said: “We are delighted to introduce Jumeirah Living to the Marina Gate development. The Jumeirah Living brand has been instrumental in unlocking value in high-quality, mixed-use developments around the world.”
“Jumeirah hospitality is synonymous with attention to detail, service excellence and lifestyle luxury, and we look forward to bringing all of this to Dubai Marina,” he noted.
“Residents of this design-led development will enjoy state of the art amenities, including a temperature-controlled infinity pool, an open-air paddle tennis court, dual-level gymnasium with the latest fitness and audio visual equipment, and a residents’ lounge,” explained Syed.
Group chief executive Rahail Aslam said Jumeirah Living Marina Gate embodies its customer service ethos and commitment to excellence.
“The property’s impressive architecture and unparalleled views of Marina waterfront will be a key attraction for residents, and proven standards of service offered by Jumeirah will set it apart from other properties in the area. With Dubai enjoying strong real estate growth, this is a viable, long-term investment option for our customers,” he stated.
Conveniently located near the tram and metro stations, and with easy access to other forms of public transportation, the development aims to combine the comforts of home with luxury hotel refinement and the service philosophy of Jumeirah, which currently operates 21 properties worldwide, said Aslam.
A guest relations team, including concierge, security and housekeeping; seamless integration of private and public areas where residents can relax and socialize; and, direct access to the scenic Marina walk providing numerous opportunities to residents for leisure activities, such as, dine-in restaurants, five-star hotels, coffee shops and several retail outlets are some of the curated lifestyle amenities that distinguish this development from the rest, he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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