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Luxury Lifestyle at Sobha Hartland

A major residential subdivision constructed by the Dubai Chiefs, Mohammed Bin Rashid City, is located near Downtown Dubai. Meydan is 67,000,000 square feet in size. Commercial convention centres, five-star hotels, and golf courses are part of the development plan. Meydan, Downtown, and Business Bay are all connected by the new canal being built. Nad Al Sheba, where the royal palace is located, is also conveniently near Meydan. In the vicinity of Meydan Racecourse sits SOBHA HARTLAND, the finest luxury residential complex in all of Dubai.

Sobha Group is a global conglomerate with operations and investments in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Oman, Qatar, Bahrain, Brunei, and India. After 40 years in business, the Sobha Group has earned a reputation as one of the GCC’s most reliable and reputable real estate firms. Furthermore, it is one of the top 10 building companies in Dubai.

Sobha Group is a global conglomerate with offices and operations in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Oman, Qatar, Bahrain, Brunei, and India. After 40 years in business, the Sobha Group has established itself as one of the most reputable real estate firms in the Gulf Cooperation Council. At the same time, it is one of the leading 10 construction firms in all of Dubai.

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Three major thoroughfares—Al khail, Ras Al Khor, and Meidan Racecourse Road—connect the city’s major landmarks—the Arabian Gulf, Jumeirah Beach, Dubai Marina, and the seven-star hotel Burj Arab—as do two subway lines—one green and one purple—that run between Deira and the airport and the city’s Dragon City.

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Luxury Lifestyle at Sobha Hartland​

Around The Project

  • The annual Equestrian World Cup, with a $3.5 million prize pool and a roster of A-list celebrities as judges, is held at the Meidan Royal Racecourse, one of the world’s most costly and elegant racecourses.
  • The local Chinese refer it Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary as the “Flamingo Sanctuary” since it is a haven for this colourful bird.
  • Dubai Royal Palace: Mohammed Bin Rashid City, named after Dubai’s head, is home to the city’s administrative offices and is situated close to Dubai’s most affluent neighbourhood.
  • Meydan District One: Meidan Group, a subsidiary of the Prince of Dubai, Hamdan, and the biggest living, tourism, and entertainment community in the Middle East, North Africa, and the South Asian subcontinent, will invest in the firm over the next two years. The neighbourhood of Dan. By that time, numerous of the world’s finest will have returned to the region.
  • Meydan ONE Mall, also known as the Meidan ONE Mall, with its retractable skylight. In Dubai, you can find the largest canopy telescoping retail mall in the world, and in the wintertime, you can open up the ceiling and enjoy the outside.
  • Medan Mall has the world’s longest indoor ski trail at 1.2 kilometres.

Recommended Reason

  1. Starting at only 1.4 million Chinese Yuan, the pricing is quite reasonable.
  2. The community offers a wide variety of amenities, including twenty different floor plans and three distinct colour palettes for the interior decor.
  3. Sustainability features including a 30% green belt, a low-density boutique neighbourhood, and widespread use of environmentally-friendly building materials and solar power;
  4. North London College High School, which is ranked as one of the top five private schools in the United Kingdom, and Sobha International Junior High School, both located in India;

5. three hotels are rated five stars;
6. You may shop till you drop, dine at fancy restaurants, or relax at the gym or by the pool while enjoying a variety of sports (tennis, volleyball, basketball, cricket, squash, etc.);
7. Dubai’s tallest building, Dubai Mall, is around 3 kilometres away.

8. The canal will link the neighbouring racetrack to the huge comprehensive community located on the canal’s side (unlike the single-family development).
9. Meydan Racecourse (site of the world’s most costly horse race, held annually on both wet and dry ground), a golf course (nine shots), a polo field, a camel racing venue, and the Dubai luxury event area;
10. The city’s two metro lines make it easy to go everywhere in Dubai, and the recently opened Purple Line will take you to the city’s brand-new airport in time for the 2020 World Expo.
11. Construction Materials: In 1976, Sobha began producing construction materials for government projects such as the Oman Palace, the Brunei Palace, and the Indian Club Building.

When it comes to major construction in Dubai’s JBR and Marina areas, Sobha is a go-to contractor. Sobha handled the entire development, construction, and design process for the Sobha Hartland project in-house, with no outside help.

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