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  1. Ruzh is offline Curious Chap
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    Abu Dhabi's Jubail Island set for $1bn beachfront mansions project.
    Gated community is to include a private beach, fitness facilities and a marina, with prices ranging from Dh35m to Dh65m

    A rendering of the Jubail Island development, which is to feature a 30-yacht marina. Photo: JIIC

    Abu Dhabi's Jubail Island Investment Company is to develop a beachfront gated community valued at Dh4 billion ($1.09 billion), featuring a "limited number of mansions" amid rising property demand in the emirate.

    Bada Al Jubail will cover 446,000 square metres and include 8km of beach, said the company, which is developing the mixed-use mega project Jubail Island.

    The mansions, which will have six, seven or eight bedrooms, range from 1,100 square metres to 3,000 square metres. The homes will be built on plots that are between 2,000 square metres to 6,000 square metres.

    The project will have a total of 110 units, with prices ranging from Dh35 million to Dh65 million.

    Each property will have double-volume entrances, open-plan entertainment areas and outdoor spaces. The new community is to include a marina with berths for 30 yachts, as well as cycle tracks, jogging paths, a wellness centre and spa, and a kids' club.

    Bada Al Jubail is due to be completed by the end of 2027.


    The new beachfront gated community will have mansions of between 1,100 square metres and 3,000 square metres. Photo: JIIC

    The project "caters to a discerning few who value unparalleled privacy and an elevated lifestyle", said Mounir Haidar, managing director of JIIC.

    Mr Haidar said the soft launch of Bada Al Jubail "received an overwhelmingly positive response".

    "This is attracting affluent buyers and investors seeking a unique blend of exclusivity, world-class amenities and an investment opportunity in a growing and dynamic market,” he said.

    Jubail Island, between Saadiyat Island and Yas Island, is set to have six residential village estates covering more than 400 hectares. The island is expected to be home to 10,000 people when development is completed.

    The project will also have more than 18,000 square metres of office space and 8,000 square metres of retail space.
    More than half of the development is within Abu Dhabi’s protected mangrove reserve, which will be untouched. Developers have planted 430,000 mangrove trees as part of efforts to help protect the ecological reserve.

    The latest launch comes amid growing investor demand for Abu Dhabi's property market. The ValuStrat Price Index, which analyses changes in property values, grew by 4.2 per cent annually for the UAE capital last year.

    “Continued steady price and rental growth during [the fourth quarter of] 2023 demonstrates a maturing market in Abu Dhabi's ready home sales, this is supported mostly by domestic buyers,” said Haider Tuaima, director and head of real estate research at ValuStrat. “High demand for off-plan properties has been evident with an increase in foreign investors.”

    ValuStrat said Abu Dhabi recorded 2,238 off-plan sales transactions last year (accounting for 75.1 per cent of overall sales), which were up 39.4 per cent compared with the same period in 2022.

    The sales volume for ready homes also rose 36.5 per cent to 740 transactions last year.

    Source: https://www.thenationalnews.com/business/property/2024/04/02/abu-dhabis-jubail-island-set-for-1bn-beachfront-mansions-project/#:~:text=Jubail%20Island%2C%20between%20Saadiyat%20Island,people%20when%20development%20is%20completed.

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    Jubail Island has announced the successful connection of the water network on the island, marking a significant milestone that reinforces LEAD Real Estate Developer’s commitment to delivering the project on time.

    The water network has been seamlessly linked to the existing water Transmission Line, operated by Abu Dhabi Transmission & Despatch Company (TRANSCO) in coordination with the Abu Dhabi Distribution Company (ADDC). This connection paves the way for the final stages of testing and commissioning the internal water network of Jubail Island.
    The project has also recently handed over the plots of land to its stakeholders. This achievement keeps us firmly on track with our schedule and guarantees the on-time handover of the villas.
    Source: https://www.constructionweekonline.com/business/3-2bn-jubail-island-reaches-significant-milestone-on-track-for-completion

  4. The first official owner to receive the handover title deed for their land plot on Jubail Island.

    The milestone was celebrated with an official handover ceremony, that marks the first of 112 private land plots that are ready for handover, which will allow plot owners to begin developing their mansions, and marks the first phase of the residential handover
    The handover signifies the first of 112 private land plots ready for their owners to take possession, underscoring LEAD Development's commitment to finishing the project on time.
    The plot owners have been working closely with LEAD Development to finalise their private residential designs. While work begins on constructing private mansions, LEAD Development will be working to landscape the project’s public spaces and complete the construction of villas in time to meet the next tranche of property handovers scheduled for September 2023.
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    https://www.zawya.com/en/press-release/companies-news/jubail-island-announces-significant-achievement-for-the-island-with-the-first-title-deed-handed-over-to-new-owner-kuori5u5

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  6. The Souk at Jubail Islands to be a central hub. The Souk, the latest development on Jubail Island, was introduced by Lead Development. Six settlements are connected by the Souk, which is strategically located to promote access to other island sites including Jubail Mangrove Park, Jubail Beach Park, and the Marina.
    “The launch of The Souk community brings another unique addition to Jubail Island, through which we seek to integrate a high-quality and sustainable way of life for residents and visitors alike to experience,” said Mahmoud Dandashly, chief business officer of Lead Development.
    https://www.constructionweekonline.com/projects-tenders/the-souk-jubail-islands-newest-destination-to-link-6-villages-across-the-island#:~:text=Lead%20Development%20has%20announced%20the,leisure%2C%20retail%20and%20commercial%20services.
    https://www.arabianbusiness.com/industries/construction/the-souk-at-jubail-islands-to-be-a-central-hub



  7. Jubail Mangrove Park opened to the public on January 30, 2020, and has since become a favourite spot for nature-loving residents of the capital.
    What to expect: The main attraction at Jubail Mangrove Park is its boardwalk, which consists of three different routes. The longest one stretches two kilometres, the mid-range one is 1.6km and the shortest is 1km. A ranger said, depending on the pace, the longest route can take anywhere between 35 to 90 minutes.
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    https://www.thenationalnews.com/lifestyle/things-to-do/2022/02/10/jubail-mangrove-park-in-abu-dhabi-all-you-need-to-know-from-ticket-price-to-location/

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    Etihad Airways and Marriott International Join Hands to Plant 12,000 Mangrove Trees In Jubail Island

    Spread across more than 150 square kilometers of the UAE’s coastline, the Etihad Marriott Mangrove Forest will make up part of the only evergreen forest in the GCC region providing a natural habitat for marine and terrestrial species.

    During the first phase of the two-month project, which took place on January 27, 2023, teams from Etihad and Marriott International planted the first set of Jubail Island mangrove trees.

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    Lead Development has announced the launch of The Souk – Jubail Island’s modern and vibrant destination, which is the main link connecting the six villages across the island, providing residents with a central hub that combines wellbeing, connectivity, leisure, retail and commercial services.


    The Souk’s prime location provides increased connectivity to other destinations on the island, such as Jubail Mangrove Park, Jubail Beach Club, and the Marina.



    Similarly, The Souk provides residents with the opportunity to own a property overlooking sea views. The project offers options for potential buyers with a wide range of luxury housing units distributed over low-rise buildings consisting of three or four floors known as Jubail Terraces.
    Source: https://www.constructionweekonline.com/projects-tenders/the-souk-jubail-islands-newest-destination-to-link-6-villages-across-the-island

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