Dubai's South Bay to house 1,000 villas, waterfront mansions

Dubai Media Office

Dubai South Bay at the heart of The Residential District will have over 800 villas and townhouses, and more than 200 waterfront mansions.

Making the announcement, Dubai South Properties said their new development will also feature a 1km-long crystal lagoon, more than 3 km of a waterfront promenade and multiple beaches.

Townhouses and villas at South Bay will be spread across a built-up area ranging from approximately 2,900 to 4,800 square feet in a mix of three-, four-, and five-bedroom townhouses and semi-detached villas, whereas the mansions, which will all be on the waterfront, will feature five-, six-, and seven-bedroom standalone villas with a maximum built-up area of around 13,000 square feet.

The project, located on Expo Road, will host several world-class amenities, such as a community shopping mall, a fitness complex, kids’ clubs, swimming pools, a water sports club, waterfront cafés, a pet park, and a lake park, to name a few.

"With the Expo site now transforming into Expo City Dubai by October and based on the huge demand for premium properties in the area, this project will be an ideal option for those seeking quality living with world-class amenities at competitive prices," said a spokesman from Dubai South Properties.

South Bay’s sales will launch in September, and customers may register their interest now.

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