Abu Dhabi’s newest real estate development is a $3.5 billion ‘nature’ island project – It will feature floating villas, a luxury hotel, a marina, and a beach that will have dolphins and turtles.


Emaar founder Mohamed Alabbar after giving Dubai it’s crowning (read: towering) glory, Burj Khalifa, the real estate development company, is set to launch a new island project called Ramhan Island off the coast of Abu Dhabi. $3.5 billion Ramhan Island will enthrall visitors with 1,800 beach villas, 1,000 residences, a hotel, and a stunning marina. Emaar properties have built a plethora of residential and commercial properties, shopping malls, and other retail assets and still consider Ramhan Island something extraordinary.


“It’s a rare thing to live on a natural island, complete with a beach – everything being truly from nature, including dolphins, turtles, and birds. This is a quality of life that has never been seen before, and it is what we will be delivering – I have been lucky enough to work on some unique projects over the years, but this is something truly special,” Emaar founder told Arabian Business.

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The new $3.5 billion island will be developed through Alabbar’s privately owned Eagle Hills development company. Twenty minutes from the shores of mainland Abu Dhabi, the top-notch villas will offer eight different villa designs in sizes from 2862 square feet to 7539 square feet.


With no official release date on the cards, the team is hopeful the villas at least should be ready to move in within three years.

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