In Dubai, Sobha Realty introduces an all-villa project costing Dh2.8 billion that will also have a “forest” cover


Sobha Realty is introducing its concepts for upmarket residential complexes to Dubailand. The Sobha Reserve, which will consist entirely of villas and is expected to cost Dh2.8 billion, has started construction. This endeavor is a wager on the upward trend in demand for opulent freestanding residences.

bigger residences as well. with an abundance of greenery, or “forest” cover.

The Sobha villas will start at 4,900 square feet, and the developer has the benefit of space with 3.47 million square feet (or 80 acres) available. The neighbourhood will be located in the middle of Wadi Al Safa 2, which is a component of Dubailand. (Up until this point, Meydan and MBR City locations have received most of Sobha’s attention. On Sheikh Zayed Road, a skyscraper project was just launched.)

“Our projects have the capability to change perceptions, lifestyles, and skylines,” said Francis Alfred, Managing Director of Sobha Realty. “The realty sector is projected to continue its expansion with a significant boost from the tourism and hospitality sectors.”

There will be somewhat more than 300 homes with four and five bedrooms, each with a lavish pool and yard. “The neighbourhood offers sustainable living options and will include tree-lined walkways, exotic flower clusters, and privacy walls,” said Alfred.

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