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Emaar unveils Park Island at Dubai Marina

Emaar Properties today announced the launch of Park Island, a premium four-tower designer condominium complex that offers upscale community living in its own exclusive district at Dubai Marina.

The island towers, built amidst cascading and stepped water features, palm trees and terraced planting beds, offer a choice of one and two bedrooms. Offering uncomprising high standards, the ultra modern apartments offer state-of-the-art finishings and technology and are strategically positioned to allow majority of the apartments have uninterrupted marina views. Park Island community living offers the best of both worlds - marina lifestyle mixed with greenery of gardens and parks.

Four towers will feature within Park Island, namely Blakely and Sanibel Towers - each 24 storeys high above the podium, while Bonaire and Fairfield Towers rise 28 storeys above the podium. Blakely is the first tower to be released to the public with registration at the Dubai Marina Sales Centre from 10:00am to 4:00pm on Sunday 29 May and Monday 30 May.

On Tuesday 31 May at 10:00am a random draw by an external auditor will take place and selected applicants will be informed by telephone and email of their registration number to attend the launch on the Wednesday 1 June.

Naaman Atallah, Emaar Properties Director of Sales said: 'Park Island is all about designer sophistication and this new community will unite in this impressive water front ambience. It is first-rate living at its best.

'We've gone to great lengths to provide this development with an aura of designer living, and coupled with the existing Dubai Marina's lifestyle, Park Island will surely attract people with its exclusive leisure amenities, the relaxed waterside lifestyle and stunning beauty of the peninsula shaped district with its own retail area - it's a community of its own and modern living at its best!'

Park Island apartments have maximum utilisation of interior spaces designer suite finishes, stone countertops with breakfast bars and style cabinetry. The appliance collection includes hob, hood, oven, refrigerator, dishwasher and washer/dryer. They also include all the standard facilities offered in Dubai Marina homes.

The community boasts numerous landscaped areas and water features, three parks, plentiful parking, swimming pool, squash courts, a health club, gymnasium, games room, business centre, four guest bedrooms, four car parking levels for tenants and visitors.
 

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Like the 2 in front but as I'm sure someone else will say the 2 in behind look, well... a bit Emaarish

Aswell they look too similar to a lot of towers in the area. Maybe if they changed the colours
 

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I have the feeling that the apartments on the back of these towers will have JBR view ;)
 

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most of the people who buy them [speculators] probably wouldnt even bother looking. but wait for the look on their face in 18 months time when they realise that emmar have decived them and every bedroom is 1x2 metres...

muhuahuahuauhahuauha.


btw, apparently the other day it was sort of confirmed that if you have bought a house in dubai you dont officialy own it. you own the building, but not the land. so if your house burns down....tough shit. emmar can build a new one on the plot and sell it to somone else!

======ive looked and looked but i cant find the article were i read it :bash:
 

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Well part of living in the Arabian Ranches is a lifestyle steeped in mystery. You never know when your house is going to be burned down ;)
 

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DUBAI said:
most of the people who buy them [speculators] probably wouldnt even bother looking. but wait for the look on their face in 18 months time when they realise that emmar have decived them and every bedroom is 1x2 metres...

muhuahuahuauhahuauha.


btw, apparently the other day it was sort of confirmed that if you have bought a house in dubai you dont officialy own it. you own the building, but not the land. so if your house burns down....tough shit. emmar can build a new one on the plot and sell it to somone else!

======ive looked and looked but i cant find the article were i read it :bash:
But what about insurance?? All these units should be under some sort of insurance, isn't it!!!
 

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I have seen an Emaar contract. The only insurance is life insurance for the buyer (a must), the contract basically says a year after handing over the unit to you they are not obligated to do any maintenance to the unit and its up to you. That is why any one who owns an emaar house should start selling their house a MAX of 5 years later before it starts degrading in value.
 
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