MARINA BAY OVERVIEW:
Residents of marina bay can enjoy uninterrupted views of the sea as they settle in to this vibrant district. marina bay offers exclusive sea-facing Abu Dhabi townhouses above the podium, boutique retail space over three levels and manicured landscaping and gardens to enhance the appeal of the surrounds.
Facilities, Amenities and Services:
Swimming pool overlooking the mangroves and the sea
Double Glazing Window
Satellite / Cable TV
Healthcare and Recreation Facilities
Restaurants, Coffee shops and boutique shops
Health Club, Jacuzzi
27 Hour Security
24 Hour FM
Enjoy island living at marina bay on Al Reem Island, with lush mangroves on one side and sparkling blue water on the other, residents can indulge in the calming tranquility of a sea-side lifestyle. Just 20 minutes from the airport, marina bay offers more than just convenience, its a destination in itself, with trendy restaurants, specialty boutiques, coffee shops and clubs. This slice of Abu Dhabi real estate has every modern convenience included. Its island living, on one of Abu Dhabis natural islands. Less than one kilometer from the Abu Dhabi city Centre, marina bay is for people, who want to be close to work, but outside of work hours, feel like they are a million miles away
About Al Reem Island:
Al Reem Island is a residential, commercial and business project on Al Reem Isle, a natural island 600 m off the coast of Abu Dhabi island. It is currently being developed separately by Sorouh Real Estate (Shams Abu Dhabi), Reem Investments, and Tamouh. Reem Developers the overall dimensions of the project as 6.5 million square metres and investment costs as exceeding $30 billion. The project has gained international interest as one of the first free zones in Abu Dhabi, where foreign nationals can buy property as leasehold.
Located off the northeastern coast of Abu Dhabi city, it is a mixed purpose community with both residential and commercial units. The handing over of units in Al Reem Island was delayed due to a couple of reasons but during the first quarter of 2011, the handing over process began