Emaar launches Burj Crown tower in Downtown Dubai
The tower is within walking distance of attractions such as Burj Khalifa, The Dubai Mall, The Dubai Fountains, Burj Park and Dubai Opera.
Emaar Properties on Thursday launched Burj Crown, a new 44-storey luxury residential tower located on the Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Boulevard with direct views of the Dubai Opera and Burj Khalifa. Designed by Hong-Kong based architecture firm LWK Partners, the 440-unit tower offers one, two and three-bedroom apartments, all with priceless views of Dubai’s most famous landmarks.
“Burj Crown will undoubtedly become one of the most desirable addresses in Dubai,” said Mohamed Alabbar, chairman of Emaar. “We are delighted with the contribution of LWK Partners, who have designed an exceptional addition to the ever-evolving skyline in the heart of Downtown Dubai. With exceptional amenities and direct views to Dubai Opera district, Burj Crown presents an unmissable investment opportunity,” he continued.
In designing the concept for Burj Crown, Emaar considered all aspect of residents’ experience. The new tower is within walking distance of attractions including Burj Khalifa, The Dubai Mall, The Dubai Fountains, Burj Park and Dubai Opera, with Dubai International Airport just a 10 minutes’ drive away. The tower also offers direct access from Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Boulevard with a dedicated drop-off area for residents and taxis.
Residents entering Burj Crown will enjoy a contemporarily designed reception and lounge area that acts as a refined meeting place. Moreover, Burj Crown boasts a wide range of amenities gathered at the Leisure Deck – a large outdoor area with green spaces to relax and unwind. Additional features also include an outdoor children’s playground, a dedicated barbecue area, and a swimming pool for children and adults.
Meanwhile, the ‘Active Roof’ rooftop area offers an opportunity for residents to enjoy a community outdoor space providing incredible views of Burj Khalifa. Other innovations including a footbridge linking the podium to the adjacent tower, which is clad in a material that appears reflective during the day and transparent at night.