Dubai Investments Park Overview
Dubai Investments Park (DIP) is a mixed-use complex situated near the Jebel Ali industrial area at the intersection of the Sheikh Mohammad Bin Zayed highway (E33) and the Jebel Ali Al Habab Road (D57).
The development is spread across an area of 2,300 hectares (5,683 acres) and consists of three major zones: an industrial complex for light and medium industries and hi-tech companies; a commercial complex for offices, showrooms and retail; and seven residential communities, five of which have been finished and the other two are in various stages of development.
There is a variety of residential options ranging from villas and townhouses to apartments and studios.
Green Community is a self-contained residential community set in natural greenery, far enough from the noise of the city but close enough to good roads. It offers a variety of apartments and villas in Green Community Villas, Lake Apartments, Terrace Apartments, Lakeside and Green Community West.
Ewan Residences is a well landscaped, up-market, gated community designed with a mix of Emirati, Arabic and Andalusian characteristics. It has its own recreation centre with play areas for children, swimming pools and a jogging track throughout the complex.
Ritaj has recently been completed and comprises low-rise buildings with studios and one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments for singles, couples and families. There are over 2,000 affordable housing units here with swimming pools, restaurants, shops, a supermarket and a mosque.
The Dunes Village is a modern, gated complex of 19 five-storey apartment buildings complete with a swimming pool, gym, Jacuzzi, landscaped gardens, mosque, shops, cafes, restaurants, clinic and pharmacy. There are 942 spacious studios, one- and two-bedroom apartments with balconies.
The Palisades is still being developed around a central park. The residences will be period-style architecture, and more than 35% of the entire area will be landscaped.
Still to come are two more developments, Crown City and Dubai Lagoon, each with about 50 apartment buildings and all the facilities that go with them.
There are five schools in Dubai Investments Park: Al Nibras Private School, Al Worood International Private Academy School, Greenfield Community School, The Children’s Garden kindergarten, and Dovecote Green Primary School.
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The main attraction is that this is a place where you can live and work; ‘a city within a city’.
Each residential area has a community centre with its own leisure facilities, providing a choice of fitness clubs, swimming pools, spas and sports facilities. Outside there are also tennis and squash courts, and an amphitheatre for open air concerts, plays and other events.
Shoppers have the choice of two shopping malls. The Market is a shopping centre in the Green Community with 86 retail units including a supermarket, coffee shops, restaurants, banks, gifts, a book shop, a hair salon, a pharmacy, and a medical clinic. Souk Extra is the mall in Ewan Residence and has 18 shops including a Spinneys supermarket, a pharmacy, a dry cleaner, and a bureau de change.
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.
There are four hotels here, and six more on the stocks in order to cope with the expected rise in demand leading up to the 2020 Dubai Expo, the site for which is right next door on the other side of the Al Habab Road.
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DIP can be easily accessed from both the Mohammad Bin Zayed Road and the E11 Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai’s main thoroughfare.
The proximity of these highways means that travelling to other parts of Dubai is relatively easy. The journey time by road to Jebel Ali is 17 minutes, to Dubai Marina 20 minutes, to the Mall of the Emirates 23 minutes, to the Dubai Mall 26 minutes and to Dubai International Airport 38 minutes. Abu Dhabi is an hour and 10 minutes away.
Two buses, the F46 and F48, stop at several places around Dubai Investments Park and connect to other parts of the city.
The nearest metro station is Energy, on the Red line, to which feeder buses from DIP run every ten minutes.
An extension to the Red Line linking Nakheel Harbour & Tower station to the Expo 2020 site will be completed by May 2020 and includes a new station at Dubai Investments Park and another at Green Community East, both on Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Road.
So, in the not too distant future this district will be connected by rail to all parts of the metro system.
Dubai Investments Park History
Dubai Investments Park (DIP) attracted 436 new companies in the first five months of 2015, taking the total number of companies within the 2,300-hectare development to nearly 4,500.
During this period the new companies leased warehouses, distribution centres, office spaces and light industrial units across a total area of 580,000 sq ft, a 20 percent increase in commercial space allotments compared to the last year.
DIP’s proximity to the Expo 2020 site makes it a favoured option for investors and end-users, and the massive growth in number of DIP sub-tenants in 2015 is a sign of the Park’s growing reputation.
DIP has more than 12,000 residential units, 90,000 residents, 20 million square feet of office space, 25 showrooms, six schools and three hotels. Eight new hotels and serviced apartment buildings are planned to be built before 2020.
Dubai Investments Park Communities
We currently maintain records for 10 sub-communities in Dubai Investments Park.
Dubai Investments Park Buildings
We currently maintain records for 3 building developments in Dubai Investments Park.
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