|16 July, 2019

Dubai's Emaar to start construction of ‘Breeze’ within Creek Beach District

The waterfront development will also act as an integral link between the Dubai Creek Tower & Plaza and Creek Island Dubai developments

Pioneering real estate development company Emaar’s Creek Beach District is being led by SSH, acting as lead consultant on the master planned development.

Pioneering real estate development company Emaar’s Creek Beach District is being led by SSH, acting as lead consultant on the master planned development.

SSH / Handout via Zawya

Dubai – Mubasher: Emaar Properties is planning to commence construction of the first residential cluster ‘Breeze’ within its Creek Beach District development in Dubai.

Creek Beach District, located in close proximity the Ras Al Khor Wildlife sanctuary and the Dubai skyline, will offer a unique lifestyle experience, according to a press release.

The waterfront development will also act as an integral link between the Dubai Creek Tower & Plaza and Creek Island Dubai developments within the Dubai Creek Harbour district.

The master-planned project will feature three clusters of one- to four-bedroom apartments inspired by traditional Middle Eastern architecture, as well as amenities including a private courtyard with barbecue facilities, private pool, gym, and a large play area.

“SSH’s scope on the prestigious Creek Beach District master plan is as lead consultant, architectural partner, structural engineer and providing building services,” the release noted.

In May, the leading master planning and project management firm in the MENA region SSH was selected as a lead consultant to operate Emaar’s Creek Beach District in Dubai.

Source: Mubasher

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