Emaar to build largest Chi­na­town

In a land­mark de­vel­op­ment, Emaar is set to build the largest Chi­na­town in the UAE to ex­pand the hos­pi­tal­ity busi­ness of Ad­dress Ho­tels and Re­sorts in China.

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To hon­our Chi­nese ex­pa­tri­ates in the UAE and fur­ther bol­ster busi­ness ties with China, Emaar will de­velop the Mid­dle East’s largest Chi­na­town within the re­tail district of Dubai Creek Har­bour, its six-square-kilometre mega-de­vel­op­ment, only 10 min­utes from the Dubai In­ter­na­tional Air­port and the iconic Burj Khal­ifa. The re­tail precinct will oc­cupy a cen­tral lo­ca­tion within Dubai Creek Har­bour; a des­ti­na­tion which will be home to the world’s new icon, Dubai Creek Tower, and en­com­pass vi­brant life­style elements. Mo­hamed Alab­bar, Chair­man, Emaar Prop­er­ties, said, “The visit of Chi­nese Pres­i­dent Xi Jin­ping to the UAE has fur­ther strength­ened UAE-China re­la­tions, un­der­pinned by ini­tia­tives such as the UAE-China Week an­nounced by His High­ness Sheikh Mo­hammed bin Rashid Al Mak­toum, UAE Vice Pres­i­dent and Prime Min­is­ter and Ruler of Dubai.” He fur­ther said, “The de­vel­op­ment of the new Chi­nese re­tail and life­style district at Dubai Creek Har­bour as well as Emaar’s expansion into China high­light our com­mit­ment to the coun­try and our fo­cus on con­tribut­ing to the strength and suc­cess of UAE-China re­la­tions.” El­e­gantly de­signed homes in Dubai Creek Har­bour will of­fer spec­tac­u­lar views of the city’s dra­matic sky­line, the wa­ter­front and the Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanc­tu­ary - home to over 450 an­i­mal species and mi­gra­tory birds. Fur­ther strength­en­ing Emaar’s out­reach to China, the com­pany also an­nounced that it will open three ded­i­cated pavil­ions in China - Bei­jing, Shang­hai and Guangzhou, all served by di­rect daily flights to Dubai on Emi­rates. In an­other sig­nif­i­cant an­nounce­ment, Emaar will ex­pand its pre­mium lux­ury ho­tel and ser­viced res­i­dences brand, Ad­dress Ho­tels + Re­sorts to China.

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