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Dubai Festival City At A Glance: 4 Facts To Know Before You Decide To Live There

When you decide to relocate to a different part of the world, you will surely want to know more about the place you’re moving to. After all, moving abroad is not something that can be taken lightly.

That said, Dubai Festival City could be a good choice, especially if you want your new home to have everything you could ever need.

Want to learn more about this multipurpose development in Dubai? Here are four fast facts to give you a quick peek at what Dubai Festival City can offer:

1.Location

One edge that Dubai Festival City has is its location.

For one, it is a mere 10-minute drive away from the Dubai International Airport, a well-known travel hub and the world’s busiest airport in terms of international travel.

Dubai Festival City also grants you quick access to Dubai Academic City (which is just 20 minutes away), Business Bay (a 12-minute drive via Al Khail Road), and Al Garhoud (8 minutes by car via Rebat Street).

This makes Dubai Festival City an excellent residential destination for working professionals and entrepreneurs.

2.Properties

Dubai Festival City is also popular for its outstanding residential options. You can choose from a wide range of properties offered according to your needs and lifestyle.

Take note that the Dubai Festival City is divided into three sub-communities, as follows:

  • Al Badia Residences – This area consists of villas and apartments built with both traditional and contemporary themes in mind. It is located along the Dubai Creek.
  • Al Badia Hillside Residences – Designed based on quaint hillside Mediterranean settlements, properties here are tailored to distinctive lifestyles, with no two apartments looking alike.
  • Marsa Plaza – Here, you’ll find apartments for rent and for sale overlooking the Dubai Creek and the city’s mesmerising skyline for a genuine urban-living vibe.

All properties in these areas can be bought or rented out. Prices vary, of course:

  • Rental rates at Marsa Plaza start from AED 112K for 2-bedroom flats, and start from AED 140K for 3-bedroom flats.
  • Rental rates at Al Badia Residences start from AED 116K for 2-bedroom flats, and start from AED 141K for 3-bedroom flats.

All residential properties can get you access to Dubai Festival City essential amenities, as well as leisure and entertainment features like the world-famous Dubai Festival City Mall.

3.Land Use and Amenities

Although the locality is more popular for the shopping mall with the same name, Dubai Festival City is actually a mixed-use development offering plenty of residential options, commercial sites, and entertainment destinations.

Aside from the ever-so-famous Dubai Festival City Mall, Dubai Festival City is also home to IMAGINE Dubai that offers jaw-dropping multisensory displays using lights, lasers, water, and music. If that’s not enough, there’s also the Al Areesh Club, Nova Cinemas, and a wide range of retail options.

In other words, living in Dubai Festival City means leading a lifestyle of convenience and luxury. And with green spaces and gyms readily available, you can still maintain an active and healthy lifestyle since you’ll have every opportunity to exercise, jog, cycle, go on strolls, and walk your dog outdoors.

4.Transportation and Parking

Plenty of urban neighbourhoods are notorious for traffic issues and challenging parking situations. But for Dubai Festival City, that’s not a problem.

Arguably one of the most understated advantages of living there is that you’ll get your own designated parking space for your residential unit. Traffic is not quite as challenging here as it is in other places either, not to mention there are abundant parking spaces in public areas for visitors.

In addition, Dubai Festival City public transportation is also convenient, thanks to the Creek Metro Station and Al Jadaf Metro station, which are just 10 and five minutes away, respectively. From there, you can get access to the Dubai Metro Green Line.

You’ll also find bus stations in Al Jadaf that cover this area. And of course, taxis are readily available whenever you need one.

Live in Dubai Festival City

Moving to Dubai Festival City gives you a chance to lead a life of convenience, luxury, and comfort. Now that you know the facts, don’t miss out on this opportunity to take advantage of everything the place has to offer.

AUTHOR BIO

Muhammad Raheel Walayat manages 360-degree digital marketing for Al Futtaim Group Real Estate, one of the largest real estate developers in Dubai. Having joined the company in 2017 with an extensive 10+ years of experience in marketing, Raheel has been instrumental in developing and managing the digital ecosystem for Dubai Festival City that drives results in terms of brand awareness, brand positioning and commercial benefits to the business.


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