Danube unveils 808-unit residential tower in Dubai

The project, which is located close to the Miracle Gardens will also have retail outlets and recreational facilities

Illuminated downtown district reflection in water. Image used for illustrative purpose.

Illuminated downtown district reflection in water. Image used for illustrative purpose.

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UAE-based Danube Properties has announced the launch of Dh475 million ($129 million) Skyz Tower, a Mediterranean-themed high-rise residential tower featuring 808 apartments at the Arjan master-planned community in Dubai.

The project, which is located close to the Miracle Gardens, opposite to Motor City, Dubai Hills Estates and Dubai Hills Estate Mall with the easiest access to Mohammed Bin Zayed highway, will also have retail outlets and recreational facilities.

Skyz Tower provides holistic amenities from retail arcade, games room, kids play area, health club, outdoor gymnasium, infinity pool, lilly pool with water beds, kids pool, outdoor jacuzzi, viewing deck, paddle tennis, gazebo, outdoor seating area, water bodies, BBQ area, jacuzzi lounge, party hall with billiards room, business centre and a Sky Jogging Track, said the developer in its statement.

A first in the region, Sky Jogging Track is an elevated jogging track for occupants of Skyz Tower, that will help the residents to maintain a healthy lifestyle – in addition to the health club, gymnasium and swimming pool.

All these residential units come with Danube Properties’ 1 per cent payment plan that helps middle income tenants and end-users to easily acquire their 'dream homes,' it added.

Announcing the project, Founder and Group Chairman Rizwan Sajan said: "This comes 18 months after we launched our last project, Olivz, which was sold out by our team at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic last year. Due to the sell-out of all of our previous projects, we were running out of stocks – since the beginning of the year. This necessitated the new launch."

He pointed out that the project was being launched after a lot of thinking and due diligence - due to the pandemic. "It comes at a time when we have seen an increase in demand for new homes. However, we are very confident of the fast sell-out of the project due to growing demand for new off-line properties," he added.

On the concept behind Skyz tower, Sajan said: "The plan was to create a new residential destination that celebrates Mediterranean living by maximising usable outdoor space through balconies, terraces, gardens, parks, and plazas."

"The tower is designed to allow maximum views and light into the scheme and creates a series of ‘external gardens’ distributed around the building linked by an informal route with an outdoor pool and recreation area at various levels," he added.-TradeArabia News Service

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