Dubai Creek Harbour is at the heart of a bold new vision for Dubai. A fusion of creativity and innovation, home to the iconic Dubai Creek Tower, it is set to define the future of living and further enrich this great city.
The six-square kilometre Dubai Creek Harbour occupies the ideal Dubai location. Only 10 minutes' drive from Downtown Dubai and 10 minutes away from Dubai International Airport, residents and visitors alike will have easy access to the city’s greater districts and attractions. Off the shores of the Dubai Creek is the Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary, one of the protected urban areas in the world. This wildlife haven is home to over 450 animal species including the renowned pink flamingos. At Dubai Creek Harbour, you can relish the captivating views of this untouched natural phenomenon and enjoy an idyllic life in harmony with nature.
KEY FACTS ON DUBAI CREEK HARBOUR
- DUBAI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT15 minutes to drive
- 730,000 Square Metres of Serviced Apartments
- 7,300,000 Square Metres of Residential Space
- 700,000 Square Metres of Parks and Open Spaces
- 200,000 Residents
- 900,000 Square Metre Retail District
- 450 Preservation of Animal Species
DUBAI CREEK TOWER
Dubai Creek Harbour is also a home to Dubai Creek Tower, a new global icon set to reshape the Dubai Skyline. Set to be the 21st Century’s new global icon, Dubai Creek Tower soars up from the heart of Dubai Creek Harbour into the clouds above. Designed by the renowned neo-futuristic Spanish architect, Santiago Calatrava, this gravity-defying structure is inspired by the lily flower and traditional Arabian minarets. A product of great vision, innovation and construction excellence it will add to Dubai’s significant skyline and elevate the city’s position as a world-leading metropolis of the future.
In addition to its revolutionary design and record-breaking attributes, Dubai Creek Tower will feature several enthralling observation decks featuring the highest elevated garden and 360° views of Dubai Creek Harbour and the metropolis beyond. The superstructure overlooks the Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary and is directly linked to Dubai Square, one of the world’s most vibrant retail districts.