Emaar unveils The Links East Tower

DUBAI — Emaar Properties yesterday announced the sale of residential units in The Links East Tower, following the successful launch of the first tower within The Links development.



By A Staff Reporter

Published: Tue 23 Aug 2005, 10:33 AM

Last updated: Thu 2 Apr 2015, 4:16 PM

The 35-storey East Tower is located in the popular The Views development at Emirates Golf Club.

The complex offers the very best of modern day living for executives seeking to be in near proximity to their places of work as well as some of the best leisure facilities Dubai has to offer.

The East Tower apartments offer a choice of one, two and three bedroom suites with views across the golf course or a man-made canal. The size of the apartments range from 758 square feet to 2,799 square feet and price range starts from Dh650, 000.

Online registration for the East Tower opens today and sales will be restricted to e-registration on The Links dedicated web site (www.emaar.com/views/thelinks). Registration numbers are limited and are on first come, first served basis. The launch will be held on Sunday, August 28 at the Dubai Marina Sales Centre.

“Golfing communities are fast becoming one of the most sought after residential lifestyles in the world. Emaar recognises this and is leading the way by launching golfing themed developments and enabling people to live their dream lifestyle,’’ said Naaman Atallah, director of Sales, Emaar Properties.

Atallah added: “The unique position of our properties surrounding the Emirates Golf Club and the various amenities we provide has made The Links one of the sought after locations in the city. Emaar continues to fulfill its master planned lifestyle concepts by providing livable communities, beautiful homes, tranquil scenery and quality living.’’

In the close proximity to The Links development are the Internet and Media cities, the American University, Marina Walk at the Dubai Marina, five-star beach hotels, yacht clubs and restaurants.


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