Al Fairooz Tower
Al Fairooz Tower Facts
Al Fairooz Tower Description
Al Fairooz Tower Apartments by Emaar Properties is located in Dubai Marina, and comprises of 6 residential buildings such as Al Mass, Murjan, Al Anbar, and Al Yass. Each of these residential buildings offer 1 to 5 bedroom apartments and spacious 3 to 4 bedroom villas.
This mega-residential development is situated within the waterfront of Dubai Marina and is near to the other acclaimed developments such as Emirates Golf Course Club, Dubai Media City, Internet City, and adjacent to Jumeirah Lake Towers.
- Ideally located in Dubai Marina
- Luxurious amenities
- Close to the major landmarks
- Excellent design
- Stylish 1 to 5 bedroom apartments & spacious 3 to 4 bedroom luxury villas
This major residential development is located at Dubai Marina and offers a range of amenities for perfect living. The residents will have easy access to the Dubai Marina Yacht club and to Marina Mall which is the largest shopping centre in the latter.
Dubai Marina is considered to be the most popular area of Dubai with its glistening waterways, plentiful public paths, thriving high-rise towers, and commercial development.
For the residents there are lot of reasons to live in Dubai Marina. It’s the inspiration from a development in Vancouver, Canada, a man-made waterway.
The residents of Al Fairooz Tower Apartments will have the opportunity to experience the outstanding destination Dubai Marina Mall. It is the biggest mall right now in the heart of Marina. It is the main attraction for the visitors and residents as it’s the modern shopping and excellent lifestyle destination.
Marina Mall offers 130 outlets spreading across 4 levels of the Mall and comprises of aspirational boutique, high – street fashion brands, a supermarket, al fresco waterfront dining experience and a perfect entertainment environment.
The Ibn Battuta mall is also close to Dubai Marina, and is describe as 6 malls in one. The Ibn Battuta mall have different theme such as Persia, India, Egypt, Tunisia, China and Andalusia.