Reem Island is a natural island situated 600 metres off the north-eastern coast of Abu Dhabi island and connected to Abu Dhabi city by bridges. Twenty minutes from Abu Dhabi International Airport, it is home to a variety of residential, commercial and retail developments, and sits close to Saadiyat Island and Al Maryah Island. This residential and commercial project is home to one of the emirate’s architectural landmarks: the linked, pillared-style Gate Towers. At the heart of the island, with an imposing central dome, Sorbonne University Abu Dhabi was the first French higher-education institution to open in the Gulf and is the university's first international campus.
The island's development project was initiated in 2006 by Abu Dhabi-based Aldar Properties, with the aim of turning the island into a multi-purpose leisure, shopping and entertainment center. The investment was planned as a multi-staged project to unfold in phases until 2018, with project stakeholders foreseeing the possibility of extending development by adding new venues and upgrading existing facilities
Saadiyat Island is a natural island and a tourism-cultural project for nature and Emirati heritage and culture that is located in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.The project is located in a large, low-lying island, 500 metres (1,600 ft) off the coast of Abu Dhabi island. A mixed commercial, residential, and leisure project is currently under construction on the island. When completed, Saadiyat Island is expected to become Abu Dhabi's cultural centre, mostly for the Island’s Cultural District that is expected to include eight museums. The island is five-minute drive away from downtown Abu Dhabi, 20 minutes from Abu Dhabi International Airport, and one hour from Dubai.
At the core of the Marina, is a dock for vessels bound for the ocean, interspersed with modern shopping malls, restaurants, residential areas, and spots to take a scenic promenade and take photos of the ocean and city skyline. If you want to get out on the ocean, there are plenty of boats to rent or charter to take you out into the sea to grab some fresh seafood. You'll be able to prepare, cook, and eat it while out on the lake as well. At one side you'll have the mesmerizing Fairmont and Marina Villages, and on the other stands Emirates Palace , the southwest end of Abu Dhabi's Corniche, its royal exterior clashing with the dizzying heights of the glass-and-steel skyscrapers across the road. This is where you come for incredible city views, whether you're taking photos on the beach next to the heritage town or riding the elevator up 300 meters to Etihad Towers' observation deck. The Founder's Memorial is a more subtle site to visit at dark, when the lit-up 3D monument displays its ingenious workmanship against a backdrop of more neon-stripped high-rise vistas.
Al Raha Beach Development where the natural beauty of Abu Dhabi is captured by the creation of a collection of formal Arabic gardens courts and plazas in the tradition of gardens of the world The precinct is a mixed-use development containing luxury residential apartments townhouses and villas. Sitting above Yas Island, Al Muneera is a beach side slice of life destination on the eastern side of the Al Raha Beach development, including an assortment of shops, eateries and bistros, all with dazzling Arabian Gulf views. Partake in a walk around the promenade or try our delicious eateries.
Situated opposite Al Raha Beach, with convenient access to the main Abu Dhabi highway and covering an area of over 1 million square meters. Al Raha Gardens provides residents with a quiet, safe, and picturesque environment. Al Raha Gardens is the first freehold property development dedicated to UAE nationals in Abu Dhabi and the UAE. Units range from spacious 3-bedroom townhouses to luxurious 5-bedroom villas, combining traditional Arabian-style design with modern-day convenience. Every townhouse and villa in Al Raha Gardens comes with spacious living areas, secure parking, balconies and landscaped gardens. Some villas have private swimming pools. The homes, ranging from 3-bedroom townhouses to luxurious 5-bedroom villas, echo a traditional arabesque design and feel, but with slick contemporary specifications that offer the homeowner every modern convenience.
Al Reef Villas comprise of multiple styles of homes such as Al Reef Downtown, Mediterranean, Desert, Contemporary Village and Arabian Village. The community partakes in a far reaching relaxation and retail region with a Plaza that attracts residents to a variety of shops and cafés. Making a course for Shahama, adjoining the Abu Dhabi roadway, this essential area falls close to the unblemished Al Raha ocean side and Abu Dhabi International Airport. Al Reef Villas offers stupendous regular magnificence with helpful 30-minute admittance to the core of the city. The last Reef Villas group was effectively finished in December 2012.
Connected by shaded walkways and landscaped gardens, the Al Ghadeer community is designed with residents at its heart. Weekends can be spent cycling along bike tracks, planting seeds at the farm, relaxing by the lake or meeting new neighbours at the riding stables. There's plenty to do inside too, with a residents country club, an art center, a selection of gymnasiums, fitness classes and sports courts, as well as shops and cafes serving locally produced food. Just a short walk away is Harvest, a multi-purpose farm and recreational centre that welcomes residents and visitors alike.
There was consistently one objective at the top of the priority list when it came to the plan of Hydra Village: to give occupants a family-situated local area that offered an agreeable and open break from the buzzing about of city life. Hydra Village is exceptionally portrayed by its mix of serene, off-island living in the suburbia of Abu Dhabi. Arranged near Al Raha beach and Yas Island, inhabitants partake in a calm way of life with the additional comfort of close connections to Abu Dhabi and Dubai. It has outdoor gyms, and workout equipment at the same time keeping the community eco-friendly and clean.