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The Top 3 Off-Plan Projects In Dubai 2023

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We analyse the off-plan property market in Dubai and reveal the top 3 most promising new developments to watch out for in 2023.

New homes in Dubai come in all sizes and types, from affordable studio flats to luxurious penthouses and townhouses. Stunning vistas, booming real estate markets, and authentic architecture bring homebuyers and investors from all over the world to Dubai, with many opting for off-plan projects. What are the most promising new builds in Dubai in 2023?

Beachgate by Address, Emaar Properties

Beachgate is a stunning new build offering 1-, 2-, 3-, and 4-bed apartments and penthouses. Sitting in the prime community of Emaar Beachfront, this new build offers exceptional location and amenities.

The developer will deliver 242 new residences featuring spacious balconies and panoramic windows. Residents will enjoy some of the top-tier amenities, including swimming pools, a gym, and easy access to numerous restaurants and entertainment hotspots. The completion is set for Q4 2026.

Gems Estates, Damac Properties

Gems Estates Villas are luxurious new homes designed by de Grisogono and Cavalli, sitting in the up-and-coming neighbourhood of Damac Hills. New villas will offer exceptional living standards, with some houses including a jacuzzi, private cinemas and game rooms.

Moreover, residents will have access to the local Trump Golf Club, various green parks, and children's playgrounds. The completion is set for Q4 2025.

Marina Shores, Emaar Properties

Marina Shores is a carefully designed 53-storey residential tower featuring 1-, 2-, 3-, and 4-bedroom apartments and 5-bed penthouses. Sitting in Dubai Marina, the new development soaks the best of the vibrant resort life and offers easy access to shops, boutiques and coffee shops.

Some of the main features of the new development are the infinity pool, top-tier saunas, walk-through green parks, and landscaped gardens. The completion is set for Q4 2026.

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