from 1 946 AED/ft2(≈ 530 $/sq ft)
from 1 913 AED/ft2(≈ 520 $/sq ft)
The Opera district is a stylish new area in Downtown Dubai that is supposed to boost the event and tourism sectors in Dubai. The aim of the design of the Opera district is being a promotional area for arts, culture and various events. New projects in the Opera District will consist of hotels, luxury residential, and serviced apartments, retail areas, promenade, parks, and other recreational spaces. The eyecatcher of the district is, of course, the Dubai Opera, a concert venue that can host 2.000 visitors. The building, with the design of award-winning architects WS Atkins, is surrounded by a museum, 2 hotels and a plethora of galleries.
The Opera District is located in the heart of Downtown Dubai, just off Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard. The area covers 9 hectares and the height of the 8 towers in the district combined adds up to 2.1 km. One of the main benefits of the Opera District is that it is surrounded by Downtown Dubai. This means that it is surrounded by lakes, fountains and an area with world-famous landmarks such as the Dubai Mall and the Dubai Fountains.
Nearby roads include Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard, Sheikh Zayed Road
Downtown Dubai, South Ridge, Business Bay, DIFC, Al Wasl
Dubai Opera is a unique venue for performing arts and entertainment, which has the ability to transform its proscenium arch theatre into a unique banquet configuration flat floor space. With the space repurposed as an event hire proposition, it can hold up to 1000 people for weddings, gala dinners, fashion shows, product launches, exhibitions and more.
The Dubai Fountain is set on the 12 hectares (30 acres) man-made Burj Khalifa Lake. It is 275 m (902 ft) long and shooting water up to 500 ft (152.4 m) into the air.
The apartments in the Opera District will be exclusive units characterized by luxury. The 8 ultra high-rise towers offer elite apartments that range from 1 to 5 bedroom units and in most cases a maid’s room is included. The townhouses and penthouses in the area offer the most luxurious and coveted units that come with spacious layouts and high-end interior design. All the properties in the area are being developed by Emaar Properties, one of the leading development companies in the UAE.
The Opera district is located within Downtown and residents can, therefore, benefit from the public transport options that the area provides. There are several bus lines serving the area while you can also easily get in the metro at the Dubai Mall/Burj Khalifa station. The Dubai Trolley, the first hydrogen-powered trolley ever, also goes around Downtown while the Opera District is also pedestrian-friendly.
For residents, there are parking garages in the basement of the residential towers while there are also paid parking spots dotted around the area. You can also leave your car at the underground parking area at Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard and travel further by public transport.
Helipad MBK Tower - E11 (7 min), Helipad Shaikh Ahmad Building - 308th Rd (9 min)
The prestigious Opera District offers an abundance of luxury amenities. Whether you are looking for luxury shopping, interesting cultural events or the best options for a culinary evening out, here you can find it all. Living in the Opera District also means that you have easy access to all the facilities and amenities that Downtown Dubai has to offer while Mohammed bin Rashid Boulevard also offers an abundance of things to do. Keep in mind that although there are several nurseries available in the area, for schools and hospitals you will have to leave the neighborhood.
The Opera District is a small area and only 8 residential towers are being built here. All the units are being developed by Emaar Properties so when you are looking for off-plan projects you can contact them. Here are the buildings that have off-plan units for sale.
|Exclusive location||Ongoing construction|
|Abundance of cultural events||Noisy|
|Good public transport options||No schools in the area|
|In proximity of famous landmarks such as the Dubai Mall and the Dubai Fountains||Crowded|