While Dubai Develops New Waterfront Projects, Deyaar Creates The 52-Story “Mar Casa” Building.
Dubai Maritime City is set to receive a new beachfront tower from Deyaar with a budget of Dh1.1 billion. The project, called Mar Casa, marks a potential new round of development activity at DMC. According to Deyaar CEO Saeed Mohammed Al Qatami, the tower aims to offer new opportunities for investors and homeowners seeking a sustainable luxury living.
The tower’s launch offer includes flexible payment plans and discounts on property registration fees, with the company hoping to make Mar Casa a landmark in Dubai Maritime City. To achieve this, Deyaar is adopting sustainable design strategies such as natural lighting and ventilation to reduce energy consumption.
Dubai real estate market has been heating up, with developers gearing up for a new round of waterfront projects. Nakheel plans to develop a revised version of “Dubai Islands,” previously known as Deira Islands. The Palm Jebel Ali is also expected to undergo a major relaunch. While Jumeira Bay island and Madinat Jumeirah Living continue to be popular.
The launch of Mar Casa reflects a growing demand for sustainable luxury living in Dubai. The tower aims to attract investors and homeowners interested in owning residential units that adopt the concept of sustainability. With its prime beachfront location and impressive features, Mar Casa is expected to generate significant interest from potential ACACl buyers.
In line with the UAE’s vision to achieve a healthy environment, Deyaar is focusing on sustainable development methods. By reducing energy consumption through natural lighting and ventilation, the company hopes to promote sustainable living in Dubai. With Mar Casa, Deyaar is adding a new landmark to Dubai Maritime City, which could signal a new round of intense development activity in the area.