New Emaar estate to feature mega mall and two lifestyle hotels

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Emaar Properties has launched an exclusive collection of homes in the Dubai Hills Estate and at the same time, has revealed the raft of leisure and entertainment features the development will offer. 

Dubai Hills
Dubai Hills

A green city within the city, the 11 million sq m Dubai Hills Estate will feature a central park, a championship golf course, a world-class mall, two lifestyle hotels, a bustling boulevard with modern cafes and restaurants, and more than 45 km of trekking trails.

A joint venture with Meraas Holding, Dubai Hills Estate will be accessible from Sheikh Zayed Road, and is located at the crossroads of Al Qudra and Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Road.

Ahmad Al Matrooshi, managing director of Emaar Properties, said: “Dubai Hills Estate brings a unique value proposition to Dubai serving as a green oasis in the heart of the city, only minutes away from Downtown Dubai and other business centres.”

Marking the first phase of the Mohammed bin Rashid City, Dubai Hills Estate is one of the largest master-planned communities in the city and will be a draw card for local and international visitors alike.

The park will cover an area of about 180,000 square and the golf course alone will occupy 1.29 million square meters, overlooking Burj Khalifa and the Downtown Dubai skyline.

The mega-development will also have a centrally located mall and community retail areas including a boutique mall for high-end brands, two world-class hotels, schools, tennis and sports centres, and a bustling boulevard of about 7 km with innovative leisure, retail and F&B choices.

Apart from the cycling tracks and walkways, Dubai Hills Estate aims to promote an environmentally sustainable lifestyle with effortless connectivity to public modes of transport including a Dubai Metro link. A dedicated Dubai Hills Rail line will connect residents and visitors to the two international airports in the city.
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