Emaar Sanibel Tower sale begins today

DUBAI — After the successful launch of the first two towers at Dubai Marina's Park Island development last month, Emaar Properties yesterday unveiled its third tower, the 24 storey Sanibel Tower.

By A Staff Reporter

Published: Sat 18 Jun 2005, 10:16 AM

Last updated: Thu 2 Apr 2015, 4:44 PM

The ultra modern one and two bedroom apartments offer state-of-the-art finishing and technology. The four towers surround a central landscaped island with cascading waterfalls and stepped water features and are strategically positioned to allow a majority of the apartments to have uninterrupted marina views.

With Sanibel Tower apartment prices starting from AED 643,000, sales will be restricted to e-registration on the Park Island dedicated web site www.emaar.com/sanibel from 10:00am today until 4:00pm tommorrow. A random draw will take place on Monday to determine order of sales and applicants will be notified by e-mail of their numbers to attend the launch at Dubai Marina sales centre on Tuesday.

"The strategic location of Park Island has made it one of the sought-after properties at Dubai Marina. With its unique location, exquisite design and picturesque surroundings set within a marina environment, the development reaches the heights of designer living," said Naaman Atallah, director of sales, Emaar Properties .

All Park Island apartments have maximum utilisation of interior spaces, designer suite finishes, stone countertops with breakfast bars and style cabinetry. The appliance collection includes hob, hood, oven, refrigerator, dishwasher and washer/dryer. They also include all the standard facilities offered in Dubai Marina homes.

Park Island access is by a controlled gatehouse with ramps providing access up to a podium level where the tower entrances are located including 4 levels of underground parking. Amenities include retail spaces within the complex, three parks, swimming pool, squash courts, mini theatre, a health club, gymnasium, games room, four guest bedrooms and business centre.

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