Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum City’s District One in Dubai’s Meydan has announced the opening of Naya.
Naya at District One, a new residential complex in the famous Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum City, has been opened by Dubai-based developer Meydan.
The newly constructed area is maintained by Nakheel and will provide inhabitants with a higher standard of living, demonstrating Meydan and Nakheel’s dedication to fostering pleasure and prosperity.
Three distinctive towers with green roofs make up Naya at District One. These towers contain one, two, three, and four-bedroom apartments with plenty of space, as well as Lagoon Villas with private gardens and terraces.
The development’s floor-to-ceiling windows will provide occupants vistas of both Dubai’s skyline and the largest man-made lagoon in the world.
In a gated neighborhood with round-the-clock security, Naya at District One will provide a safe and secure living environment.
“Naya at District One will be a one-of-a-kind resort-inspired oasis of greenery and clear waters in the heart of Dubai,” said Issam Galadari, CEO of Meydan City Corporation.
Residents will enjoy a sophisticated lifestyle and a family-friendly neighborhood thanks to the upscale design and carefully chosen amenities.
According to the developers of Dubai real estate, Naya at District One will provide top-notch amenities that promote health and wellness.
The 35-hectare Crystal Lagoon and its beaches will also be directly accessible to residents, giving them the chance to engage in a variety of activities and water sports including kayaking and paddle boarding.
4 kilometers from Downtown Dubai’s core, 10 minutes from Meydan Racecourse, and 20 kilometers from Dubai International Airport are the closest points of interest near Naya at District One.
At the heart of one of the most renowned areas of the city, District One is a multipurpose destination that blends luxury, nature, elegance, accessibility, facilities, and custom houses.
With more than 8 km of cycling and running trails, 14 km of waterfront living, and 60% of the land dedicated to open green spaces, District One is built for indoor-outdoor living.
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