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Dhs4 billion new beachfront community in Abu Dhabi offers luxury mansions

by Staff Reporter
Bada Al Jubail, Abu Dhabi

Jubail Island Investment Company (JIIC) has announced Bada Al Jubail, an exclusive beachfront gated community with a limited number of mansions boasting breathtaking vistas of the Abu Dhabi skyline.

It is a secluded island haven located within Jubail Island, nestled amid pristine beaches and crystal-clear waters and surrounded by an ecosystem of mangroves.

Bada Al Jubail, Abu Dhabi

Bada Al Jubail, with a development value of Dhs4 billion, spans over 446,000 SQM of land with 8km of beach frontage. It is set to house some of the capital’s most luxurious residential properties within a protected natural environment.

Plot areas on Bada Al Jubail will range from 2,000 SQM to 6,000 SQM, with nine typologies of mansions ranging from 1,100 SQM to 3,000 SQM. Every mansion is crafted to perfection by internationally acclaimed architects, with double-volume entrances, high ceilings, open-plan entertainment areas, beautifully landscaped outdoor spaces, and boasting their own private beaches and marinas.

Commenting on the announcement, Mounir Haidar, Managing Director of JIIC, said: “We are thrilled to unveil Bada Al Jubail, an island within an island, emerging as a unique private residential haven cradled by turquoise waters and lush mangroves. This prestigious stand-alone community caters to a discerning few who value unparalleled privacy and an elevated lifestyle, complete with state-of-the-art facilities, and enriching experiences.”

He stated: “Abu Dhabi has established itself as a premier destination for premier real estate, driven by many factors, such as robust economic growth, government investor-friendly policies, visa initiatives, freehold ownership options, and the increasing demand for properties in waterfront communities and exclusive branded residences, all of which cater to high-net-worth individuals.”

Bada Al Jubail, Abu Dhabi

He added: “Following the soft launch of Bada Al Jubail, which received an overwhelmingly positive response, and with the recent handover of the residential units on Jubail Island, homeowners are beginning to appreciate the island’s unique value proposition. This is attracting affluent buyers and investors seeking a unique blend of exclusivity, world-class amenities, and an investment opportunity in a growing and dynamic market.”

Mounir Haidar concluded: “Bada Al Jubail redefines luxury living and contributes to Abu Dhabi’s ever-evolving real estate landscape, solidifying its position as the perfect choice for quality lifestyle, investment, and a gateway to Gulf and Asia. We are grateful for the continuous support we have received from Abu Dhabi government and all relevant authorities. Their role was vital in bringing Bada Al Jubail to life.”

Watersports experiences

The new community will offer residents a designated 30-yachts marina and a full range of watersports experiences with expert boating staff overseeing use of the facilities, a yacht club, an elegant members’ lounge, a cigar bar, cycle tracks and jogging paths, a wellness centre and spa, a fitness studio, and a kids club.

Residents of Bada Al Jubail will also have access to Jubail Island’s many amenities, including private schools, beach club, retails destinations, restaurants, and 1.4 million square meters of parks and open spaces.

Bada Al Jubail is due for completion by end of 2027, and is only a short drive from Downtown Abu Dhabi, offering a prime location with excellent connectivity options.

Owned by JIIC and developed and managed by LEAD Real Estate Developer, Jubail Island will house six residential villages nestled among the breath-taking natural beauty and rich biodiversity of the mangroves. The low density, low-impact landmark community will offer residents every convenience and amenity, seamlessly blending sustainable living, luxury, and wellness in an iconic new addition to Abu Dhabi’s real estate landscape.

tanvir@dubainewsweek.com

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