Emaar readies handover of first Creek Harbour homes

August 27, 2018

Emaar is preparing to handover the first residences in its Dubai Creek Harbour mega development early next year.  undefined

The homes to be delivered will be Dubai Creek Residences, a six-tower development with 872 units that will be home to up to 4,000 residents.

Nearly 90% of the construction has been completed with handover on track for the first quarter of 2019, Emaar said in a construction update.

Work on all supporting infrastructure is progressing as per schedule with easy access from the Ras Al Khor thoroughfare already in place.

Dubai Creek Residences is part of Creek Island Dubai, which will be home to over 33,500 residents when complete. It will be connected to the mainland by three bridges to assure seamless connectivity and mobility.

Work on the other residential developments in Creek Island Dubai is on track, including Creekside 18, with 500 apartments, scheduled for completion in the first half of 2020, with over 40% of construction complete. 

Harbour Views with 762 apartments, also to be handed over in the first half of 2020, is over 36% complete, while nearly 20% construction has been completed on Creek Horizon, featuring 556 apartments due for handover in mid-2020, and The Cove, a low-rise waterfront sanctuary, with 276 apartments, to be delivered in the first half of 2020.

Other upcoming residential developments in Creek Island Dubai are Creek Gate (490 apartments); Creek Rise (543 apartments) and Harbour Gate (505 homes).

Construction is progressing on these too, with about 15% construction complete with hand over due in 2020, Emaar said.

There is significant progress in the construction of the Dubai Creek Tower, which will be the tallest structure in the world when complete.

In May this year, the concrete placement for the tower’s pile cap was completed two months ahead of schedule. 

Dubai Creek Harbour will also feature the Creek Square mega mall in addition to a number of hotels, parks, cultural attractions, canals, landscaped promenades and will be served by two Dubai Metro stations.


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