The Dh3b Keturah Reserve Resort Makes A Busy Off-Plan Season for Dubai Developers Busier.
The Dh3 billion high-end residential neighborhood in Meydan is the developer MAG’s response to the recent introduction of mansions priced at Dh177 million. The “Keturah Reserve” will pay close attention to the “bio living” idea in addition to the residences. As local developers increasingly emphasise sustainable and green living with a side of wellness.
The MAG project is anticipated to be finished in the second quarter of 2025. A 300,000 square foot The Park in the centre of the area is “shaded by thousand-year-old olive trees from abroad.” (The choice also nods to the developer’s ancestors as farmers and plantation owners, the Al Gaddah family.)
To maximise natural light and “diffuse it throughout the inside without heat or glare,” the dwellings will be “angled.” Interior spaces with double volumes will improve the flow of naturally cooled air. Reducing the demand for air conditioning. Additionally, there are no hallways or corridors in the open-plan areas.
Charlie Wu is the designer of Keturah Reserve. A project near Dubai Creek is among the upscale residential and hospitality projects that MAG is branding with the “Keturah” moniker. Here, 8 residences with the Ritz-Carlton name went on sale for Dh177M apiece.
“The development is a Keturah resort idea that elevates and evokes the profound well-being of mind and body via unique design of its interior, exterior, and personal spaces, linking residents with the surrounding nature,” stated Talal Moafaq Al Gaddah, Senior Executive Chairman of MAG.
MBR City and Meydan
The nearby locations are quickly becoming some of the busiest ones for new off-plan launches. Launched by Sobha Realty, the Hartland II is anchored by the “Sobha 1” tower cluster. The other significant developer there, Azizi, is actively expanding the “Riviera” neighborhood through the introduction of a more expensive cluster.