Emaar draws on strong customer response for Arabian Ranches with launch of ‘Rasha’ villas

42Emaar Properties has unveiled ‘Rasha,’ a new Spanish-style villa community, drawing on the popularity for villas and following strong customer response to its new launches in Arabian Ranches.

Reflecting the architectural features of Spanish coastal villas, the ‘Rasha’ residences are ideal for families, and feature spacious 4 to 6 bedrooms. ‘Rasha’ has only 140 villas, ensuring that the neighbourhood retains its exclusivity.

From inspiring façades to high-quality interior finishes, ‘Rasha’ homes provide a soothing and warm ambience, and are equipped with state-of-the-art amenities.

The community will have a wide array of lifestyle amenities including a salon, dedicated grocery store, medical clinic, schools, and a day care centre for the young ones. It will also have several multi-cuisine food and beverage outlets.

Ahmad Al Matrooshi, Managing Director, Emaar Properties PJSC, said: “Led by the reputation of Dubai as a family destination, and supported by strong economic growth, the property market today witnesses increased demand for villas. The new ‘Rasha’ homes will appeal to families, who will become part of the stylish and relaxing lifestyle experience offered at Arabian Ranches, one of our first and fully-established neighbourhoods.”

Situated in a prime location, ‘Rasha’ will offer residents access to the city’s key business districts including Dubai Media City, Dubai Internet City, and Dubai Marina, the first-of-its-kind waterfront development in the region.

‘Rasha’ will be a spectacular addition to the Arabian Ranches extension, which also features CASA, Rosa, Palma, and Lila villas, all in various architectural styles.

Emaar will launch sales for ‘Rasha’ simultaneously in Dubai and Abu Dhabi on February 1, 2014. Online registration for the sales in the two cities will commence on January 29, from 10am, at www.emaar.com

The sales will be held in Dubai at the Emaar Pavilion on Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard in Downtown Dubai, and in the Emaar Sales Centre in Al Nahda Tower, Abu Dhabi, from 10am.

For more information, +9714 366 1688 (International) or 800 36227 (UAE), or email globalsales@emaar.ae.

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