New 'riviera' project planned between Dubai, Abu Dhabi to have a wellness hotel

Developer Imkan says work on AlJurf, a fully integrated second-home destination along Sahel Al Emarat, will start in 2019

Investors, Uae hotels, Wellness hotels

Property developer Imkan has revealed plans for AlJurf, a fully integrated second-home destination along Sahel Al Emarat, the riviera situated in Ghantoot between Abu Dhabi and Dubai. The project will also include a wellness resort.

Construction on the 370-hectare project boasting 3.4km of azure beachfront, will begin in 2019, the company said in a statement.

It added that, once complete, the destination will comprise three distinct districts - AlJurf Gardens, Jiwar Al Qasr and Marsa AlJurf, each with its own defining architectural characteristics and a range of facilities and amenities.

The destination will feature two marinas, private berths, a town centre, hotels, retail, a wellness resort and clinic component, serviced residences and villas.

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