Harbour Lights residential complex in Dubai
New building Harbour Lights in Dubai is being built in Dubai Maritime City by Damac Properties. The residential complex is located in a 52-storey skyscraper with 1–3-bedroom residences available for sale. Real estate from Damac Properties is known for its high quality, and the developer pays great attention to the internal infrastructure of the complex. Harbour Lights will provide you with everything you need for a comfortable life.
Apartments in the new building Harbour Lights are suitable for permanent residence and seasonal holidays. Buying real estate in the residential complex allows you to get a resident's visa and subsequently repeatedly extend it. Apartments are also suitable for investment purposes. Housing from a popular developer is always in demand and can be resold or leased.
Real Estate in Dubai Maritime City, Dubai, the UAE
Real estate in Dubai Maritime City (DMC) is represented by both residential and commercial stock.
This large industrial community is Dubai's first maritime hub and has developed a vibrant lifestyle. The residential stock here is located in a separate cluster away from the industrial zones.
The area is located on a peninsula, so the buildings have beautiful views of the water. The under-construction Harbour Lights is situated in a residential cluster, providing apartments and buildings as well as entertainment facilities, stores and restaurants. The building is being built on the beachfront, making the housing extremely attractive to buyers.
Real estate for sale in Harbour Lights
The starting price of a 1-bedroom residence is AED 1.32 million (USD 360,000). The final price depends directly on the area of the specific apartment and its layout. The cost of a 3-bedroom residence is AED 2.36 million (USD 642,500). The developer offers buyers a convenient payment plan. A down payment is made at the time of booking and further payments are made as scheduled. The last payment is 20% of the price of the apartment and is paid after the commissioning of the building. There’s still quite a wide range of apartments available at the developer's price. As the deadline for commissioning the housing estate approaches, prices will increase and the number of apartments for sale will decrease.