Sixty-nine percent of MENA residents said they expected major lifestyle changes in 2020 as a result of the Covid-19 epidemic. The health crisis may have lasted longer than anticipated, but its effects may be seen even now, two years later. The realisation that conspicuous consumption’s social and environmental impact requires more than just lip service has led many people to re-evaluate their personal consumption habits.
Consequently, this has led the people to place a renewed emphasis on health, wellbeing, and leading an active, outdoor lifestyle, and reduce their overall material possessions.
After the pandemic outbreak, not just the Dubai real estate but the retail sector has been prompted to find and adopt a more authentic way of operating business as a significantly influential segment of consumers shun brands that are without purpose and don’t align with their values. Resultantly, e-commerce has boomed as shoppers are propelled into buying daily necessities online as lockdowns rolled into place across the globe.
This whole paradigm shift in consumer mindset represents a seismic shift that is being felt across every industry worldwide. Now, both Dubai real estate investors and buyers planning on buying homes are placing a premium on waterfront communities that offer a higher quality of life, close proximity to serene, tranquil waters, green areas, sustainable design, and building practices.
Over the past two years, Dubai real estate market has grown rapidly, mirroring a worldwide trend. How Dubai dealt with the health crisis has contributed to the city’s reputation for reliability at a time when many people find the world to be full of uncertainty. This is in addition to the city’s other long-standing selling points, such as its world-class infrastructure, ongoing urban greening projects, a whole new outlook of properties for sale in Dubai and outstanding quality of life.
In light of the new communal awareness that will recast how we live in the post-pandemic future, property agents in Dubai are examples of how residential developments and properties for sale in Dubai might be tailored to meet the new wave of consumer demand. A tranquil resort-style gated community with blue waters and white sand beaches is spread out around a central recreational lagoon. People are leaning towards waterfront communities like Bluewaters Island to get the much-needed peace of mind and quality of life.
With an exclusive selection of premium residences and properties for sale in Dubai, Bluewaters Island is a modern, family-oriented island destination offering a pioneering spirit that blends waterfront living with the exhilaration of urban city life. One of Dubai’s newest high-end communities, Bluewaters Island, can be found on an artificial island just a short distance from the city buzz and hustle and bustle of Dubai Marina.
In the wake of a citywide real estate upswing, this area, which boasts a view across the glistening blue bay, has grown increasingly popular with investors and new residents. There is a price tag attached to the properties for sale in Bluewaters Island, too. With a one-bedroom apartment costing at least AED 2.3 million and a three-bedroom house costing as much as AED 5.5 million.
The neighbourhood is seismically becoming a retail hub due to the tourists flow incepted by the 250-meter Ain Dubai Ferris wheel, the largest in the world.
Embrace a lifestyle in which vibrant urban lifestyle and serene and tranquil calmness converge. Simply step outside these premium residences and find yourself on the picturesque promenade with an array of retail, leisure and recreation pursuits. Take in exceptional views of the waterfront from the promenade at properties for sale in Bluewaters Island!
Bluewaters is a vibrant, family-friendly location just 500 metres offshore, opposite The Beach, and accessible to the mainland through a direct road link to Sheikh Zayed Road. You can mingle, meet, talk and stroll, all while taking in the breathtaking panorama of sea and sky. Facilities include swimming pools, basketball courts, play areas, scenic spaces and vistas to drain the stress out of you.
The Bluewaters Mosque features a contemporary look and provides a spacious interior for worship, meeting the demands of both locals and visitors.
More than 160 stores, restaurants, cafes, and other businesses (some of which are located in basements) line the ground and first floors of the buildings in this area, providing residents with a wide variety of shopping, entertainment, recreation, dining, and leisure options.
Bluewaters Island has a number of different types of schools and daycares.
There are currently no child care facilities on the island, although there are many options in the nearby areas of Dubai Marina and JBR.
The nurseries in Blossom Marina in Dubai, Toddler Town British Nursery, and Willow Children’s Nursery in JBR are all within a ten-minute drive.
Emirates International School, located in the Meadows, and Dubai British School, located in Emirates Hills, are the two closest schools.
Bluewaters is set to become one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations due to Ain Dubai, globally, the largest observation wheel. No other neighbourhood has a 360-degree observatory wheel right next door, and this is just the beginning. One may rightly call this “Dubai’s crowning glory.”
Madame Tussauds Dubai is the world’s first and only interactive wax museum. Experience the stardom first-hand as you mingle with 60 of your favourite celebrities. At Madame Tussauds, you have just arrived at the ultimate party, where you’ll be surrounded by celebrities.
Caesars Palace Dubai has everything from lavish amenities and legendary service to world-class performances. According to Paula Tannous, commercial director of Caesars Palace Dubai, the neighbourhood has a “wonderful atmosphere” at night because of all the people strolling around and eating and drinking at the various cafés, pubs, and restaurants.
Live performances can also be seen in The Rotunda, a 500-seat, 360-degree viewing facility with a remarkable circular dome modelled after Rome’s iconic Pantheon.