Dubai Wharf is a mixed used development stretching along the banks of the Dubai Creek in the Culture Village development opposite Al Jadaf metro station.
The development was conceived as a contemporary Arabesque town on the waterfront and comprises four towers housing studios, one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments.
Towers 1 and 3 each have 128 apartments, while Tower 2, which is actually three separate buildings, contains 254 apartments.
The four towers are located in the Souq area of Culture Village and are named after ancient cities and regions which had a significant historical impact on the geography, politics and culture of the Middle East and Gulf regions.
Magan, an ancient region referred to in Sumerian texts of around 2300BC, was a source of copper and diorite for Mesopotamia.
Rumelia is a Turkish name, used from the 15th century onwards, for the southern Balkan regions of the Ottoman Empire. ‘Rumeli’ literally translates as ‘land of the Romans’, in reference to the Byzantine Empire, the former dominant power in the area.
Petra is one of the new wonders of the world. It is an archaeological site on the slope of Mount Hor in Jordan.
Babil is the Arabic name for the ancient city of Babylon, built upon the Euphrates in modern day Iraq. Babylon dates back to the beginning of the third millennium BC, the dawn of the dynasties.