Read, where apartments in Dubai are the cheapest to rent out for those who don’t drive.
Dubai is a Middle East luxury capital, thus driving here is considered to be something absolutely natural. The main emirate’s rout
So, where to search an apartment to rent, if you don’t use a car and want get to any part of the city as fast as possible? It’s the Dubai Metro Green Line you should pay special attention to, Dubai Metro Authorities claim.
The longest time spent waiting for a metro train in Dubai is no more than 3.2 minutes. For comparison: in New York, you can wait up to 14 minutes for a train to arrive.
As in any other big city with a Metro system, the farther along the metro line from the center the apartment is located, the cheaper it is to rent, with the most affordable options found along the Green Line. You can rent a one-bedroom apartment for as low as AED 52,000 per annum near Al Nahda and Stadium Dubai Metro stations.
The next point on the Dubai Metro rental affordability map is an area near the First Gulf Bank station: here, 2-beds are offered for an average of AED 54,000 per annum. Besides, this neighborhood has another advantage — it is located right next to Shaikh Zayed Road, in case you’d prefer sometimes to take a car drive.
Affordable small-sized apartments for rent are surely worth searching for near Al Qusais and Dubai Airport Free Zone stations: one beds here are leased out from AED 56,000 to AED56,500 pa.
And the most expensive rental apartments options in Dubai are found close to Al Jadaf and Etisalat Metro stations, as well as in the area of Dubai Healthcare City and World Trade Center. Here, average rentals stand for AED 120,000 - AED 130,000 pa.
Apartments located closer to the center of Dubai, next to major attractions, business and shopping centers along Dubai Metro lines naturally cost more to rent. These are the units located near