Dubai’s Blue waters project has formally begun to hand over its first finished residential units, developer Meraas declared on Thursday, months following the development opened to the public.
The Residences development include 10 mid-rise towers highlighting 698 apartments, four penthouses – situated at the top level of every tower – and 17 townhouses.
Every penthouse puts forward five bedrooms, en-suite bathrooms and living areas with 360-degree views.
The units include interiors with Scandinavian flooring and floor-to-ceiling windows presenting views of watching wheel Ain Dubai, the Dubai skyline and also the sea.
Amenities accessible to inhabitants comprise of gymnasiums, landscaped gardens, swimming pools, basketball courts, children’s play place, and a mosque.
The housing zone also contains basement-level parking bays, 32 retail shops, a supermarket, and a mid landscaped podium.
The Dhs8bn Blue waters development, positioned across Jumeirah Beach Residences (JBR), heightens residential, leisure, hospitality, and entertainment spaces.
The lifestyle shopping region, The Wharf, will incorporate 150 retail and dining outlets in low-rise structures. Food and beverage consist of licensed fine-dining ideas at the waterfront, cafés, eateries, restaurants, and bistros.
It also contains the Rotunda, a 500-seat theatre exhibiting exclusive acts from Las Vegas, and Cove Beach – private beach club.
The Bluewaters Island is linked to the mainland through a net of roads, consisting of a straight link to Sheikh Zayed Road, the pedestrian way in from The Beach opposite JBR and water transport.