Situated in the heart of New Dubai is Jumeirah Beach Residence on the Walk, a lively, mile-long promenade with 200 shops, cafes and restaurants. Adjacent to Dubai Media/Internet City and Montgomerie Golf Club, and near Jebel Ali Free Zone, this luxury 5 star Dubai hotel has breathtaking views of the sea and Dubai Marina. Contemporary design, the latest technology and warm French savoir faire with an Arabic twist await you.
Buy property at Jumeirah Beach Residence (JBR) and you'll have it all 13 a prime waterfront location, upmarket apartments, spectacular Mediterranean and Arab architecture, and all the allure of city and beachside living at one of Dubai's most exclusive addresses.
This unique community now offers a great choice of apartments to buy, to suit different budgets and requirements. All enjoy a breathtaking beachfront setting, surrounded by landscaped plazas, fountains and swimming pools. Jumeirah Beach is also home to The Walk, Dubai's most happening outdoor destination, offering exclusive shopping, hotels, restaurants and coffee shops.
Enjoying amazing sea and marina views, JBR's prime properties include studio, 1, 2 3 and 4 bedroom apartments to buy freehold. To see why they're a top choice for families and professionals alike, explore these stunning residences now.
The Walk at Jumeirah Beach Residence offers a prime beachfront entertainment destination at the heart of the bustling JBR and Dubai Marina community.
The Walk at Jumeirah Beach Residence is Dubai's primary outdoor shopping district. A dynamic retail promenade in a stunning beachfront setting, The Walk is one of the trendiest lifestyle destinations in Dubai. It offers a comprehensive retail mix of family casual dining, cafes, boutiques, and more all along a cobblestone boulevard in Dubai's beach resort district. With open access to the beach, and large-scale events held on-site, The Walk is always abuzz with activity.
Jumeirah Beach Residence (JBR) comprises of 36 luxury residential apartment towers and 4 hotel towers. It is located on north shore of the Dubai Marina, close to the Palm Jumeirah and is designed to offer a year-round beach resort lifestyle to its residents. Its luxury freehold apartments come in a range of super premium penthouses, terrace apartments, duplex apartments, garden apartments, loft apartments, studio, 1, 2, 3, and 4 bedroom apartments. The cost of a JBR apartment start at AED 930,000 (US$ 255,000) and will have a view of either the Arabian Gulf, the beautiful landscaped inner courtyards, or the towers of the Dubai Marina.
Jumeirah Beach Residences will cater to a community of over 25,000 residents with its 22 million square foot gross floor area, which is being developed across a length of 1.7 kilometers (1 mile). It will be a self-contained community with amenities like restaurants, cineplexes, health clubs, sport centers, medical facilities, beach clubs, children's play areas, housekeeping, retail stores, supermarkets, nursery schools, and more.
Jumeirah Beach Residence is considered the largest single-phase residential and commercial project in the world, at a cost of AED 6 billion (US$ 1.6 billion). One of the four hotel towers at JBR will be the Amwaj Rotana Resort.
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