Best Downtown residential area in Dubai for families

The worldwide statistics website Numbeo ranked Dubai as the seventh safest city in the world in 2021 with an index of 83.44 out of 100, indicating that its citizens feel quite secure there. The poll considers a variety of characteristics, including pollution levels, house price-to-income ratios, and healthcare quality, in addition to safety. It is simple to understand why Dubai has grown to be a highly popular place to live given the tax-free lifestyle, a selection of foreign schools, and first-rate medical facilities.

Top Family-Friendly Communities in Dubai

The neighborhoods listed below provide a selection of villas with roomy living and eating areas, and they are convenient for shopping, educational institutions, and medical facilities. In terms of real estate costs, the Emirates Hills is the most opulent choice for buying a home. The starting selling price is AED 18M (USD 4.9M), while the highest selling price is AED 135M. (USD 36.75M).In contrast, the most affordable community is Mirdif with a starting sale price of AED 660K (USD 180K). It is followed by Jumeirah Lakes Tower and DAMAC Hills, offering the most affordable properties on this list.

Emirates Hills

The first freehold development by Emaar in Dubai, known as Emirates Hills and dubbed the Beverly Hills of Dubai, offered lots for sale so that any interested investors could not only purchase a ready-made property but also build their own home based on their individual preferences in design and layout. This neighborhood is justifiably regarded as one of the most prestigious locations in the emirate because it is home to prominent ambassadors, politicians, and businesspeople from around the world and their families. Knight Frank estimates that Emirates Hills and Palm Jumeirah have sold over 75% of the super-prime homes so far in 2021.

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Are a few kindergartens. For a starting price of AED 18M, Emirates Hills has 2-8 bedroom villas available for purchase (USD 4.9M). For roughly AED 27M, you can purchase the land (USD 7.35M). Additionally, there are rental homes with five to seven bedrooms that start at AED 1 million (US$ 272 thousand) annually.

Umm Suqeim

Founded more than 20 years ago, Umm Suqeim is a non-freehold neighborhood situated on Jumeirah Beach Road between Jumeirah and Al Sufouh. Three settlements, Umm Suqeim 1, 2, and 3, each with a population of around 12,000, make up this area. Since there hasn’t been much construction in this area in recent years, it has grown naturally over many years. Umm Suqeim, like Emirates Hills, is a popular vacation spot for the affluent citizens of Dubai. It is crucial to understand that only GCC citizens are permitted to own property in this area, however, ex-pats are always welcome to rent a home here.

Al Barari

Al Barari Villas, a gorgeous mixed-use development by Al Barari Development Company situated in Nad Al Sheba, Dubai land, is surrounded by lush gardens, tree-lined walkways, and lakes. The first combined luxury and active eco-conscious project in the area is this one. Six diverse architectural styles were used to construct the 260 villas: Balinese, Mediterranean, Contemporary, Water, Woodland, and Renaissance. An energy-efficient system is installed in each residence to support communal sustainability.

For a starting price of AED 600K (USD 165K) a year, there are 5-7 bedroom villas available for rent.

Dubai Silicon Oasis

One of the few free zones in the city where you may live and work in the same place is Dubai Silicon Oasis (DSO), which has four distinct parts: industrial, commercial, residential, and educational. Starting businesses might use this region as an incubator thanks to the advanced infrastructure and internal business services it provides. A few of the most alluring advantages of living in DSO include its 100% foreign ownership, cutting-edge IT infrastructure, and specialized business support amenities. It was founded in 2002 and is already home to more than 2,000 national and international businesses.

The Dubai Silicon Oasis offers rental homes with 3-5 bedrooms as well as 3-6 bedroom villas for sale. A home in DSO can be rented for AED 138K (USD 38K) per year, while the beginning selling price is AED 2.9M (USD 790K).

Dubai Hills Estate

Mohammed Bin Rashed City’s Dubai Hills Estate, developed by Emaar and Meraas Holding, is spread across a sizable 118.4 million square foot area. Along with an 18-hole championship golf course, it boasts landscaped green spaces, parks, and open places. Launched in 2014, the exclusive villa neighborhood is still being built but when finished, it will have a wealth of amenities and features. The 2.2 million square feet of retail space, the 2.1 million square feet of office space, two hotels, the tennis academy, and 14 tennis courts will all be available to residents in addition to the 2.2 million square feet of retail space and the 2.1 million square feet of office space

There are 3-8 bedroom villas available for purchase, starting at AED 2.4 million (USD 654K). The least expensive rental option is priced at AED 140K (USD 38K) per year, and there are residences available with 3 to 7 bedrooms.

Arabian Ranches

Arabian Ranches by Emaar is a prestigious neighborhood of freehold villas and townhouses that is tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Arabian Ranches I, II, and III are the three sub-communities that make up the property, which was first built back in 2004. Each property has gardens and private parking, and the buildings’ architecture pays homage to Portuguese, Arabic, and Spanish influences.

Due to the availability of tennis and basketball courts, a swimming pool, and open green spaces for amusement, Arabian Ranches is especially well-liked by families with small children. The private community also has a ton of services like a supermarket, 20 shops, a pharmacy, places to eat and drink, a mosque, a community center, and a medical facility

Villanova

At the famous address of Dubai land, Dubai Properties built the residential community known as Villanova. There are three Mediterranean-inspired home clusters there: Amaranta, La Quinta, and La Rosa. Every house has its own garden and a view of a park with a track for bicycling and strolling. Villanova has a wide range of facilities, such as picnic spots, a basketball court, a community center, and mosques. Along with the Villanova Community Center’s entertainment venues, shops, and restaurants, residents can make use of a special area for pets, swimming pools, and cycling paths.

Mirdif

An ancient residential neighborhood called Mirdif is located close to Dubai International Airport. It is divided into three smaller towns, Uptown Mirdif, Shorooq, and Ghoroob, all of which are surrounded by various amenities. There is now only one freehold development in Mirdif, Mirdif Hills, which offers apartments and duplexes, therefore foreigners cannot own villas there.

Mushrif Park, one of the most well-known sights in Dubai, is conveniently accessible to those who live here. Since it was constructed in 1980, the park has grown immensely in popularity as a gathering place and recreational area. In addition to a play area, a public pool, an equestrian facility, and a botanical garden, Mushrif Park have a global village with a showcase of traditional homes from many nations.

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