Dubai: The Mohammed Bin Rashid Housing Establishment (MBRHE) has begun allocating modern residential units. This initiative is part of its efforts to enhance the living standards of citizens and further enhance social cohesiveness in the emirate.
MBRHE has unveiled 136 modern residential villas in the Al Warqaa Fourth area of Dubai, spanning over 728,510 square feet.
It comes as part of the framework of the Dubai 2040 Urban Plan. The project features the highest urban planning standards. Work on the project started at the beginning of last year.
Mr. Omar Hamad BuShihab, CEO of the Mohammed Bin Rashid Housing Establishment, stated that the project aligns with Dubai’s long-term vision. The vision aims to raise the quality of life and welfare of citizens over the next two decades.
“We are actively engaged in rolling out residential projects across Dubai to ensure the availability of adequate housing and amenities, in accordance with the Dubai 2040 Urban Plan. Our efforts are aimed at maintaining world-class standards, reinforcing social stability, and ensuring a dignified life for citizens and their families,” Mr. BuShihab remarked.
The project covers a vast area of 728,510 square feet (67,680 square meters) with a total construction space of 511,250 square feet (47,497 square meters).
It offers a variety of architectural designs to suit different citizen preferences. The main goal of this development is to make the best use of both indoor and outdoor spaces. It intends to showcase the establishment’s dedication to high-quality housing services.
Each villa has two floors and distinct exterior designs. Careful design extends to the paved and landscaped areas inside.
The ground floor features a family hall, a kitchen, a maid’s room, a laundry room, and a guest room, creating a multi-functional living space. The first floor has four bedrooms, each equipped with individual services, facilitating a harmonious blend of shared and personal spaces.