Aldar Unveils Haven, Wellness-Inspired Project in Dubai

Aldar Properties from Abu Dhabi is venturing into Dubai's real estate market with its inaugural residential project, Haven by Aldar. This new community is envisioned as a tranquil and wellness-centric haven for residents. Situated in a prime suburb of Dubai, the community is designed to promote an active lifestyle with its main feature being a treehouse community center amidst a vast central park with a stream.

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Haven aims to foster a sense of connectivity with shaded walkways linking a variety of amenities and social spaces. Covering nearly 1 million square meters, it houses 462 residences comprising three to six-bedroom homes, including townhouses and upscale villas.

Strategically positioned opposite Al Habtoor Polo Resort, residents have easy access to key business and lifestyle destinations like Downtown Dubai, DIFC, Global Village, and Dubai Mall. Additionally, major highways connecting to Abu Dhabi and Sharjah are easily accessible.

As Aldar expands its footprint in Dubai, in collaboration with Dubai Holding, they aim to build three communities in prime suburban locales starting with Haven. The move comes at a time when Dubai’s real estate market is witnessing robust growth. Both entities are thrilled about this joint venture which is more than a business alliance; it's a shared vision to positively impact the communities they serve.

Jonathan Emery, Chief Executive Officer at Aldar Development, observed: “We are extremely excited to unveil Haven, our first residential concept in Dubai. Throughout the masterplan development process, we were very intentional about enabling a lifestyle centered on wellbeing that combines modern homes with expansive green spaces and engaging amenities.

Construction of the initial phase is set to commence next year with handovers expected in Q3 2027, offering both homeowners and investors a chance to own a property in this well-located and well-connected suburban area.

Source: Arabian Business