Sobha Group launches ‘Sobha Hartland’ in Dubai
Sobha Group has announced the launch of Sobha Hartland in Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum City, Dubai, its urban mixed-use development located in the epicentre of Dubai with handover commencing in December 2017.
Currently under-construction, Sobha Hartland will comprise of ultra-contemporary L-shaped villas with an option of 12 floor-plans, semi-detached villas, townhouses, plots and modern high rise apartments with a huge emphasis placed on space. The development will be crafted with the same attention to detail that Sobha developments are renowned for following the group’s mission ‘No shortcuts to quality’.
PNC Menon, Founder and Chairman, Sobha Group, said “With almost four decades of experience in the Middle East, we are committed to providing urban living close to the city centre. Sobha Hartland will have all of the amenities a community needs in one location with all the freehold properties reflecting classic modernity while maintaining a balance of style and functionality. It is the ideal neighbourhood for Indians who are looking for a destination that gives you family living in an abundance of greenery and space.”
Encompassed in the development, residents will have access to two international schools, one currently in operation, nurseries, malls, cafes, tennis courts, yoga centre, swimming pool, clubhouses and spa’s, mosques and healthcare facilities.
“Sobha Hartland is an ideal location at the heart of the city for Indians who are looking for their dream home or a long-term investment in Dubai. The development will be one of a family atmosphere and offering quality and security,” PNC Menon adds.
Company claims that residents will also be a short distance to various attractions across Dubai such as Meydan Racecourse; home to the world’s richest horse race, District One 8.4KM cycling and running track, Dubai International Financial Centre, dancing and water fountains, world’s longest indoor ski slope, Dubai Country Club, Dubai Equestrian Centre, Dubai One Tower; World’s tallest residential tower and Ras Al Khor Wildlife sanctuary. They will also have easy access to the Dubai Canal and Metro, both of which will envelope Hartland’s low density environment.