The new Emirates Hills with Dubai Metro links

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Mega Emaar development Dubai Hills Estate in the Mohammed bin Rashid City is planned to have 26,400 residential units, as well as a new rail line connecting it to both Dubai International Airport and Al Maktoum Airport.

“Work on the golf course has made significant progress and the initial phase of the course is already complete. The first shell-and-core golf villas in the Fairways and Parkways communities are set for delivery later this year,” the developers said in a joint statement.

Of the total housing stock, 4,400 will be villas and 22,000 will be apartments.

“The residential communities in Dubai Hills Estate are indeed a first of their kind in the city with the focus on green living next to a championship golf course. The extensive landscapes and natural trails make the homes the first choice for end-use homeowners and customers who seek long-term value,” said Emaar Managing Director Ahmad Al Matrooshi.

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“There is opportunity for investors to purchase land plots and design villas of their choice, much like the Emirates Hills, which is an attraction that will appeal to the connoisseurs. It is all set to become one of the most sought-after communities in Dubai,” he added.

Dubai Hills Estate will have over 2.2 million square metres of green areas that includes the golf course and a central park, making it one of the largest master-planned communities in Dubai. It will have a mall, community retail areas, including a boutique mall for high-end brands, hospital, hotels, schools, tennis and sports centres.

With cycling tracks and walkways for residents, the development will have connectivity to public modes of transport including a Dubai Metro link – Pink and Purple – that will serve the residents who will have access to three stations.

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