Lifestyle at Creek Gate
Dubai Creek Harbour combines innovation and design in a wonderful integrated waterfront living community, bringing you cultural and state-of-the-art sports activities in a setting full of lush gardens and retail centers all around the promenade. The area is ideal for families with kids, as well as working professionals, due to its proximity to major business hubs in Dubai.
What’s inside the building
The two high-rise residential towers comprising 250 units, offer 1, 2, and 3 bedroom apartments, in an exemplary contemporary design. Plenty of indoor and outdoor recreational facilities will lure you on every step of the way, designed to bring you all the comfort and satisfaction. Residents can enjoy a relaxation lounge, multi-purpose room, games room, children’s play area, fully equipped gym and a pool nestled amongst lush green surroundings.
What are the apartments like
Offering 1, 2, and 3-bed contemporary apartments, Creek Gate homes enjoy magical views across the Marina and The Creek Tower, the tallest observation tower under construction that will surpass Burj Khalifa in height.
The apartments come in different layouts. Expect large wardrobes, open kitchen plans, floor to ceiling windows, and marble floors at selected apartments. All apartments are broadband ready. Sizes range from 725 sq. ft. for 1 bed and 1490 sq. ft. for three bedroom units.
What’s around Creek Gate
Giant man made trees and red flamingos are just around the corner from Creek Harbour, at Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary. You will gracefully bond with nature and beauty of this place, marveling at Japanese Cherry Blossoms and observing greenery around flamingos’ habitat.
The world’s new tallest building “Creek Tower” will definitely be the centerpiece of the entire Creek Island. It is a truly fascinating experience to witness the 928 meters high building taking shape on the island.
Dubai Frame is yet another point of interest nearby, created out of glass, steel, aluminum and reinforced concrete. Positioned in Zabeel Park, it resembles a picture frame and allows amazing views of Dubai’s historic district to the North, while the South offers stunning views of the city’s modern skyline.