2 days ago
Louvre Abu Dhabi Residences will elevate the art of living in the UAE
A new development of 400 exclusive residences will offer the chance to live next to the iconic Louvre Abu Dhabi in the heart of the cultural district of Saadiyat Island in the UAE
In partnership with aldar.com
The domed aluminum roof and white concrete cubes of the Jean Nouvel-designed Louvre Abu Dhabi shimmer like a visiting spaceship on the horizon. The architect’s desire to create a “total design”, a geometric structure and a fluid urban environment that can never be seen twice in the same light is realized at every change of weather as well as at sunrise and sunset. Sun. Now, the new Louvre Abu Dhabi residences will offer the opportunity to live near the iconic museum.
Aldar Properties, one of the largest property development and asset management companies in the United Arab Emirates, in partnership with Louvre Abu Dhabi, has announced plans to develop the world’s only branded residential complex to bear the name of the museum. Scheduled for release in early 2025 with distinct views, designs, spaces, amenities and services, Louvre Abu Dhabi Residences will be located in the heart of Abu Dhabi’s cultural district on Saadiyat Island, the highly anticipated Sadiyaat Grove – expected to span an impressive 242,000 sq m.
Life at Saadiyat Island Cultural Center
Bringing together different cultures through ancient and contemporary works of historical, artistic and sociological interest from around the world, the opening of the Louvre Abu Dhabi in 2017 made it the first universal museum in the Arab world and a reference cultural institution.
The museum’s spectacular location on Saadiyat Island – currently in the second phase of its ambitious 15-year £20 billion development journey – is rapidly transforming into a vibrant cultural center housing five major museums, a center for art and culture center as well as a performing arts centre.
Nouvel’s ingenious Louvre Abu Dhabi will soon join cultural landmarks such as the Guggenheim Abu Dhabi, the Zayed National Museum, the Abrahamic Family House and the highly anticipated Abu Dhabi Museum of Natural History; all contributing to a smart growth project designed to encourage artistic exchange and creative expression for the entire region.
The Saadiyat Cultural District is also a wonderful place to live and work. Nestled amidst all its cultural and architectural splendor is Saadiyat Grove, featuring immersive retail, entertainment and leisure spaces, as well as approximately 3,000 residential units, two hotels, and office and coworking spaces from level A for new businesses and start-UPS. The Louvre Abu Dhabi residences will be the latest additions.
Louvre Abu Dhabi Residences at Saadiyat Grove
Louvre Abu Dhabi residences will include 400 properties – studios, one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments and five exclusive penthouses. The development will also offer a residents-only lounge, a private 12-seat cinema and a world-class wellness center with a gym and sauna rooms, multipurpose areas for yoga and meditation. From its elevated pools, sunset terrace and gardens, residents will enjoy sweeping views of the Louvre Abu Dhabi and the city skyline.
Meticulously designed for distinction and sophistication, each apartment at Louvre Abu Dhabi Residences will feature interior fittings and built-in appliances from world-renowned brands. The residential experience will be enhanced with five-star services, including a concierge to arrange private gourmet meals, for example, as well as professional housekeeping services, personal styling, personal shopping, pet sitting and dog walking.
Alongside artistic and architectural marvels, Abu Dhabi’s Saadiyat Island will now be home to a new residential marvel.
Abu Dhabi: a viable investment market for all
To continuously enable sustained economic development, the Government of the United Arab Emirates has diversified its economy, developing the tourism, manufacturing and industrial sectors, creating a favorable environment for investors and increasing sources of income. . Real estate free zones and a flexible tax system deliver value to investors and home buyers around the world.
Depending on the category of their investment, property investors can also benefit by qualifying for the UAE Golden Visa – a long-term residency scheme introduced in 2019 that allows foreigners to live, work and study in the UAE, without having to need a national sponsor. In addition, holders of a five- to ten-year Golden Visa can now enjoy special benefits such as discounts on accommodation, healthcare, hotels, cars and banking services in Abu Dhabi.
Abu Dhabi has been ranked as the safest city in the world for the sixth consecutive year (Numbeo Safety Index 2022) and recognized as the most livable city in the Middle East for the second consecutive year (The Economist Intelligence Unit 2021) . §