Jumeirah takes on Marina Gate for Select Group

The Jumeirah Group will bring its Jumeirah Living brand to Marina Gate in Dubai

Jumeirah Group and Select Group have a signed an agreement for the management of Marina Gate in Dubai
Jumeirah Group and Select Group have a signed an agreement for the management of Marina Gate in Dubai

Jumeirah Group and Select Group have signed an agreement that will see Jumeirah take control of Marina Gate in Dubai Marina.

Under the agreement, Jumeirah will take on management for 508 properties within Marina Gate, as well as bringing the Jumeirah Living hospitality brand to the third and final tower within the Dubai Marina complex.

In the third tower, Jumeirah is now expected to launch Jumeirah Living Marina Gate by Q4 2019. The new project is already under construction.

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Jumeirah Living Marina Gate will feature 104 serviced apartments, 389 branded residences and 15 villas. Also planned for the project are a temperature controlled infinity pool, a dual-level gymnasium, a residents’ lounge and a business centre.

Jumeirah Group’s departing president and CEO Gerald Lawless commented on the new signing: “We are delighted to bring our Jumeirah Living hospitality to the prestigious Marina Gate community.

“The Jumeirah name is synonymous with quality and service excellence, and Jumeirah Living delivers that promise in the branded residences market. Marina Gate will appeal to residents looking for a truly distinctive lifestyle and is a fantastic addition to our global hospitality portfolio.”

Other Jumeirah Living projects currently in operation worldwide include the Grosvenor House Apartments by Jumeirah Living in London and Jumeirah Living World Trade Centre Residence in Dubai.

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