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New branded 1-4 bedroom apartments with palm & sea views in Dubai

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AED 1.7M

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AED 1.7M

Starting Price

AED 1.7M

Starting Price

Saadiyat Grove Project

The new multifunctional complex of Saadiyat Grove is one of the largest scale projects in Abu Dhabi so far, by the master developer Aldar Properties. The construction of the AED 8B (USD 2B) development began in November 2019 and will offer 3,706 residential units in total, 170 of which are branded residences. Saadiyat Grove is set to become a mixed-use community in the heart of the beautiful Cultural District on Saadiyat Island.

Previously, the developer announced that Saadiyat Grove will be delivered in phases. As a result, the first phase will be handed over in 2022 with the planned construction of 606 residential units and 200 retail spaces. End users and investors will be able to choose from an extensive array of modern 4-bedroom townhouses and 4-6 bedroom villas.

Foundations were completed by Dutch Foundations in 2020 and according to AECOM Middle East, each residence will feature floor-to-ceiling panoramic glazing. The progressive development comprises residential homes, retail outlets, business premises and leisure facilities.

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As well as the above, there are two more cultural destinations set to open in 2022. These are the Zayed National Museum and the Guggenheim Abu Dhabi Museum. There are many beaches on Saadiyat Island, both public and luxury private spaces, such as the Monte-Carlo Beach Club. Meanwhile, the entrance fee to Saadiyat Public Beach which is 10 minutes’ away, is AED 25 (USD 7) per adult.

The new residential complex will be located in the Saadiyat Cultural District, ensuring an easy commute for all its residents. 

The close proximity to Abu Dhabi city center and Abu Dhabi International Airport means they can both be reached within a maximum of 20 minutes’, while Dubai is about an hour away. 

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640,200 SQ. FT. Development

Who can Buy

All Nationalities

Total Units

3706

Retail Spaces

140,000 sq.ft

Launch

2023

Saadiyat Grove Project

While the community is already home to Louvre Abu Dhabi, Manart Saadiyat, five luxury beach resorts, top educational institutes including NYU Abu Dhabi and Cranleigh School. Residents can access various key point destinations and only minutes away from the Louvre Abu Dhabi and future prominent cultural landmarks such as the Zayed National Museum.

The development sets to transform the urban landscape of Abu Dhabi, with its strategic importance of the capital at both cultural and social level. Coms with its future vision of live, work and play model and with a focus on creating and delivering an exceptional and memorable experience.

AED 1.7M

Starting Price

AED 1.7M

Starting Price

AED 1.7M

Starting Price

Be a part of the heritage and our ancestor’s vision at the heart of Al Jurf. A unique seaside destination steeped into history. Nestled along the Sahel Al Emarat Coast, AlJurf adds a new layer of beauty to the existing landscape. Integrating itself within the natural environment, AlJurf is a masterpiece that preserves and enhances the existing environment, perpetuating a legacy, rather than changing it.

Be a part of the heritage and our ancestor’s vision at the heart of Al Jurf. A unique seaside destination steeped into history. Nestled along the Sahel Al Emarat Coast, AlJurf adds a new layer of beauty to the existing landscape. Integrating itself within the natural environment, AlJurf is a masterpiece that preserves and enhances the existing environment, perpetuating a legacy, rather than changing it.

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Last Updated: August, 2021

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Be a part of the heritage and our ancestor’s 

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Last Updated: August, 2021

Museum View

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Be a part of the heritage and our ancestor’s 

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