DUBAI: Emaar Properties, the global developer of icons including Burj Khalifa, is celebrating the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival on September 24, and the ‘Golden Week’ observed during the first week of October by offering Chinese investors a never-before value proposition with a ‘Golden Month Offer’ until October 24, 2018.
Chinese buyers of most Emaar residential properties in Dubai will receive 50% off on registration fees and can enjoy a convenient three-year post-handover payment plan. They will be treated to a two-week free stay for them or relatives at Armani Hotel Dubai with the offer valid for a year.
On Mid-Autumn Festival day, a special animation will be displayed on Burj Khalifa from 8.13pm, and mooncakes, a traditional pastry, will be distributed to visitors in most of Emaar’s sales centres.
Chinese investors can opt for world-class homes in Emaar’s portfolio in Dubai that assure strong long-term returns, with prices at extremely competitive rates compared to global cities. Downtown Dubai is a sought-after destination with icons such as Burj Khalifa, The Dubai Mall, The Dubai Fountain and Dubai Opera. The Dubai Mall welcomed 80 million visitors for the fourth consecutive year establishing Downtown Dubai as the world’s most visited lifestyle destination.
Investors have a winning proposition in Dubai Creek Harbour, a master-planned destination along the historic Dubai Creek in the heart of the city, and anchored by the new global icon, Dubai Creek Tower and the new retail metropolis of the future, Dubai Square. It is only 10 minutes from Downtown Dubai and the Dubai International Airport and next to the Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary, home to migratory birds including pink flamingos.
Dubai Creek Harbour has 7.3 million sq m of residential space, and 940,000 sq m of retail precincts – including Dubai Square also featuring the region’s largest Chinatown. When completed, Dubai Creek Harbour will be home to over 200,000 people, and be a thriving economy that drives the tourism, retail and hospitality sectors of the city.
Emaar had announced it will open three dedicated pavilions in China – Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, all cities served by direct daily flights to Dubai on Emirates Airline. News Desk