Located on Hayat Island near Mina Al Arab in the northern emirate of Ras Al Khaimah, Cape Hayat is a luxurious collection of residential flats with direct beach access that was just completed by RAK Properties, a renowned real estate developer in the United Arab Emirates.
According to a statement from the Emirati developer, Cape Hayat, which covers 22,854 square meters and was created by SSH, a renowned architecture and engineering consultancy, is a blend of sophistication, innovation, and sustainability. It was constructed in accordance with the Barjeel Green Initiatives and the RAK Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Strategy 2040.
The InterContinental Mina Al Arab Resort, the Anantara Mina Al Arab Ras Al Khaimah Resort, and the Nikki Beach Resort will all be accessible to Cape Hayat residents.
Each unit at Cape Hayat is painstakingly designed to ensure ample living space and offer breathtaking views of the Hajar Mountains and Arabian Gulf.
A resort-style infinity pool, a cutting-edge fitness center, a leisure deck area with views of the sea and mangroves, a multi-purpose recreation room, and a kids’ area catered to families are just a few of the magnificent amenities Cape Hayat will provide its residents with in order to enhance community living. The residential development will also have a number of high-end shops and restaurants.
Additionally, it said that it will have easy access to Angel Bay’s beach clubs and F&B establishments.
According to a top official, the sales launch, which took place today (October 19) at Four Seasons, Abu Dhabi, followed the first phase’s success in selling out and a major uptick in desire for beachfront properties in the emirate.
The development redefines the idea of affluent living in the midst of environment and water by blending architecture and amenities in a harmonic way. We believe the time is appropriate to launch the final phase of raised residences into the market after observing the enormous demand for exquisite waterfront residences, he added.
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