Perfectly ventilated where natural light comes in abundance,your one bedroom home is a unique blend of peaceful living and urban sophistication. Here’s where you can enjoy your morning coffee out on the balcony and evening meals relishing the glittering nighttime views.
Your gorgeous, bright, contemporary two bedroom home features two stunning rain shower bathrooms and large balconies. You even have extra space for a home office with jaw-dropping views.
With the popularity of Al Reem Island growing, we take a look at ten reasons why you REALLY SHOULDN’T move there…
1) Dreadful Views
If you’re like us, the thoughts of crystal blue skies and views towards iconic landmarks are enough to make you sick. Panoramic sunrises and picturesque sunsets – give me views of dull grey buildings any day.
2) Nowhere to exercise
There is only a 2.4 kilometre waterfront promenade and canal, parks and access to fitness facilities offering yoga, zumba, circuit training, martial arts, strength and conditioning programmes… I would rather sit on the couch than get fit anyway!
3) Too Expensive
Only 50,000aed deposit to buy one of Al Reems first freehold waterfront apartments in a cool newly launched development, Woah! That’s sooo expensive. You could rent somewhere for that price.
4) No community
Why would you want to mix with people from all ages and nationalities? Do you really want to go to community events with organic food trucks, street performances and pop-up markets? Who wants to meet your neighbour or have your security guard say hello every morning?
5) Too much traffic
There are so many traffic jams. Just the other day, people had to wait at the traffic lights for ten seconds. What a headache.
6) Full of know-it-alls
Why would you want great schools and world-class universities on your doorstep? With the likes of Repton School Abu Dhabi and Sorbonne University on Al Reem Island, there are far too many clever people.
7) It is not cool
There’s nothing cool about Al Reem…well, apart from the world’s largest snow park at the Reem Mall.
8) Too much green space
Reem Island used to be dreamily lacking in green areas, but then they built the 1 million sq. ft Reem Central Park and created landscaped residential properties and that ruined it for those who want to live somewhere without any trees
9) Too many skateboarders and rollerbladers
As part of the development they also built a top-notch skatepark, which means that not only do the younger generation get exposed to the dangers of the outdoors, they might even start socialising with other people
10) So far from everything
15 minutes’ drive to the Louvre Abu Dhabi! The Paris version is probably closer
About Azure Al Reem
Azure Al Reem is a ready to move in, freehold, waterfront apartment complex on Al Reem Island, Abu Dhabi. Developed by Masaood Developments LLC, Azure Al Reem offers unique payment options including set low deposits of only 50,000aed for a one bedroom, and 70,000aed for a two bedroom apartment, then ongoing highly flexible and affordable instalments. The property has 339 apartments across 29 floors, split into 226 one-bed and 113 two-bed premium apartments with a range of high-end facilities and amenities.
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Show Apartment Opening Times:
Sunday – Thursday, 9am to 6pm
Saturday, 10am to 5pm
Location: Azure, Shams, Al Reem Island, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
About Masaood Developments LLC
Masaood Developments is a privately owned Abu Dhabi based property developer backed by the affiliate of Al Masaood group of companies’. The group is known as one of the leading trading group of companies with a rich diversity of businesses. As a developer, it plans/ambitions to set a new benchmark for its projects in the capital of the UAE.
Committed to supporting the growth of Abu Dhabi, Masaood Developments will create high quality residential and commercial properties. The company is determined in its mission to offer unparalleled service and to deliver on its promises which will ensure it becomes the developer of choice for investors and homeowners.
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