The Dubai Metro rent map: The cost of renting a 1BR near a Metro station

Dubai metro rent map

We’ve put together a full rent map of Dubai showing the average yearly cost for a one-bedroom within a few kilometres of each Metro station in Dubai. Click here to see a full-size version, and check below to see the individual lines.

The data was pulled from The prices for Rashidiya, Noor Islamic Bank and FGB are villa rentals as these areas mostly include villas. Al Qiyadah and Abu Baker Al Siddique are both in Hor Al Anz and do not have enough data to share. All the data is from 2015.

Most and least expensive stations per zone 

Zone 1 & 2

Top 3 most expensive Metro stations 

Damac Properties (formerly Dubai Marina) – 116,000 AED

Jumeirah Lakes Towers – 100,000 AED

Sharaf DG, MOE – 99,000 AED

Top 3 least expensive Metro stations

Nakheel, Internet City – 90,000 AED

Ibn Battuta, Nakheel Harbour – 87,000 AED

UAE Exchange, Danube, Energy – 80,000 AED

Look for properties to rent in Zones 1 & 2 of Dubai Metro. 

Zone 5 

Dubai metro rent map

Top 3 most expensive Metro stations 

Baniyas Square, Union, Al Rigga – 75,000 AED

Deira City Center, Abu Hail, Al Ras, Palm Deira – 74,000 AED

GGICO, Airport Terminal 1 & 3, Emirates – 73,000 AED

Least expensive Metro stations

Al Nahda – 65,000 AED

Dubai Airport Free Zone, Al Qusais, Etisalat – 60,000 AED

Look for properties to rent in Zone 5 of Dubai Metro. 

Zone 6 

Top 3 most expensive metro stations 

Burj Khalifa – 140,000 AED

Financial Center, Emirates Towers – 125,000 AED

Business Bay – 112,000 AED

Top 3 least expensive metro stations

Al Jadaf, Creek – 88,000 AED

Healthcare City, Oud Metha – 80,000 AED

Burjuman, ADCB, Jafiliya, World Trade Center, Al Fahidi, Ghubaiba – 75,000 AED

Look for properties to rent in Zone 6 of Dubai Metro. 

Rent averages on the Red Line

*Rashidiya – 320,000 AED (5BR villa)
*Noor Islamic – 270k (4BR villa)

Rent averages on the Green Line

Dubai metro rent map - green line Start looking for properties around Dubai’s metro stations now!

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