Dubai Creek Harbour is gearing itself to be a fascinating neighborhood in the city and will also revive some iconic structures that we have grown to love. So, let’s take a look at some amazing facts about Dubai Creek Harbour.
1: It Will Feature the Highest Structure
Appropriately named ‘The Tower’, this proposed structure is set to be an astounding 928 metres high and would therefore tower (no pun intended) above the Burj by 100 metres! This neighborhood definitely keeps in line with the bold and iconic vision that the city continues to set for itself.
2: It is a Visionary Hub
This neighborhood will seek to incorporate the latest technology of everything. Whether it’s the latest creative element or the latest sustainability feature, Dubai creek harbour projects seeks to not only keep in line with what’s current, but blow that out of the water and aspire to create elements that we can only dream of!
3: You’ll Be Able To Admire Thousands Of Birds at Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary
If you are a fan of nature, this is the right district for you. Situated on the banks of an infamous sanctuary, you’ll be able to marvel at the fact that tens of thousands of wildlife can be seen here, and so close to the city for that matter!
4: It Will Have More Views You Can Ever Imagine
Not only would you have views of the Sanctuary, which is home to pink flamingos and over 60 other rare bird species, but you’ll also have the amazing views of the Creek Tower. Also, due to its proximity, as it is positioned in the very heart of the city, you’ll also capture views of the majestic Burj Khalifa and The Creek. Therefore, with ceiling to the floor windows, it is very possible that no matter which residence you reside in, you’ll have the unique opportunity to see many iconic structures without leaving your home!
5: It Will Feature Man-Made Trees
As if this district couldn’t get more exotic, the developers have found a way to incorporate marvels into the neighborhood. The city is known for creating man-made marvels from islands in the shape of palm trees, to twisting buildings and even buildings the shape of a wave. Therefore, it is no surprise that exceedingly large man-made trees have been created to give the appearance of a grove of trees which add to the overall feel of the environment.