DIP’s mixed nationality presence and quiet yet colorful background helps with a formation of an ideal family-friendly environment. DIP is mostly inhabited by people working outside of the city and it is best for families that like to be self-contained.
The community is spacious enough to provide its residents with all kinds of amenities and small enough to provide a sense of security. DIP is not arguably marketed as an “oasis in the desert”.
DIP is a well-maintained community for families who are looking for a quiet area. DIP can be easily accessed from both the Mohammad Bin Zayed Road and the E11 Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai’s main thoroughfare.
It offers spacious rooms, 24/7 security, 24 hours’ supermarket, gyms, designated swimming pools, covered car parking, weekend activity for kids, and of course a kids play area. It’s main attraction is that it is a city within a city. This place gives a relaxing feel away from your busy work atmosphere.
DIP is getting more and more popular due to its proximity to DWC Airport and the EXPO 2020 site that occupies more and more employees. The area features well-planned, beautifully laid out complexes.
Each community is very different than the others. The place is very quiet and peaceful especially away from noisy and busy roads in Dubai.
Living in a slice of suburbia inevitably comes with its share of disadvantages. First, you might be intimidated by the traffic. One of the biggest downsides is the distance from the city and the traffic at the big roundabout on Sheik Mohammed Bin Zayed road. The Green Community roundabout is always jammed, and there is at the moment only an one lane road leading in and out of DIP and the Green Community.
DIP seems to be quite removed from the rest of Dubai. The most common complaint from its residents is not frequenting by the souqs or the beach all that often. In some way you might be missing out on what Dubai has to offer. However, the city can be quite chaotic, while DIP offers a fresh breath of air.
DIP offers a wide range of apartments, matching a broad range of needs and tastes. The average price for a 1-bedroom apartment in DIP is AED 65,000 per year. To name of few of DIP’s main developments: Dunes Village: the development is located at Mohammad Bin Zayed Road and was completed in 2010 by Manazel. It consists of 19 low-rise buildings.
Ewan Residences: this gated community is characterized as family friendly, contains a large Spinneys within it, so you can simply walk for your everyday groceries. Carrefour, ParkNShop and Green Community Mall with lots of shops and restaurants, are all a 3-minute drive away. Last but not least, Ritaj: Ritaj Tower offers spacious flats with excellent finishing. It constitutes a great choice for families with lots of nurseries and schools in the area.
Since more than ten per cent of land in each residential development has been set aside for conservation and greenery, there are plenty of landscaped parks and waterways. You will love the suburban feeling, at the same time as you can pick up studios and one-bed apartments for similar prices as those in less agreeable developments.
With chirping birds and the sounds of happy children, it is indeed a welcoming place where you can escape the cares of a busy city life. The lush greenery, water features and the endless lawns will make you never want to leave.