Emaar founder Mohamed Alabbar after giving Dubai it’s crowning (read: towering) glory, Burj Khalifa, the real estate development company, is set to launch a new island project called Ramhan Island off the coast of Abu Dhabi. $3.5 billion Ramhan Island will enthrall visitors with 1,800 beach villas, 1,000 residences, a hotel, and a stunning marina. Emaar properties have built a plethora of residential and commercial properties, shopping malls, and other retail assets and still consider Ramhan Island something extraordinary.
“It’s a rare thing to live on a natural island, complete with a beach – everything being truly from nature, including dolphins, turtles, and birds. This is a quality of life that has never been seen before, and it is what we will be delivering – I have been lucky enough to work on some unique projects over the years, but this is something truly special,” Emaar founder told Arabian Business.
The new $3.5 billion island will be developed through Alabbar’s privately owned Eagle Hills development company. Twenty minutes from the shores of mainland Abu Dhabi, the top-notch villas will offer eight different villa designs in sizes from 2862 square feet to 7539 square feet.