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Cube Roots In Dubai’s Sports City

April 6, 2009Article by Ray Withers

If you are looking for some Dubai property to put down your roots – then try The Cube. Designed and built by leading German firms, buying now gives you a chance to beat them to poolside sun loungers. The Cube is intended to be one of the most upmarket hotel destinations in Dubai’s new sport city – five square kilometres of sporting playgrounds with something for everyone from a Formula One circuit to modern stadia for athletics, cricket and football.

Sports city is already the venue for the 2014 Asia games and is among the bidders for the 2020 Olympics, and The Cube is at the heart of all the fun. The Cube is a unique and innovative landmark tower at the very centre of Dubai Sports City. This condo residence will be managed and operate as a five-star hotel, complete with state-of-the-art fittings and furnishings in apartments, and with ultra modern facilities and amenities. Costs range from £307,317 for studio apartments to £478,804 for two bed apartments, from consultants Property Frontiers, of Oxford.

Apartments will be rented back to the management company for resort use. Owners will receive 50% of the net operating profit as income. Owners are also entitled to use their luxury apartments for 30 days per year.
The Cube features a total of 532 five-star residences over 26 floors. With the ultimate in amenities and facilities, from a garden health club and pool deck, through to restaurants, shops and a range of services, The Cube will make all international sports personalities and their managers feel at home.

All 532 apartments are generously sized and protected by the finest UV satin glass to protect your sight from the strong Dubai sunlight. Provided fully fitted and furnished to a luxurious 5-star standard and quality, the use of marble and bright natural stone in the living areas and bathrooms combined with the design ethos to maximize natural light gives every apartment a relaxed airy feel.

Fitted and equipped with the highest quality kitchen equipment, dishwasher, oven, microwave and all electric items, investor’s can rest safe knowing this is a pure turnkey package. With high speed internet access, a state-of-the-art home theatre system with large LCD multi-channel satellite TV and wireless networking within the building, The Cube will provide the technology for the most up to date guests. All apartments come with IDD telephone and a private safe for those who like to have extra security.

All apartments open on to a large balcony allowing for open style living al fresco with unparalleled views of the lake, parks and stadiums. Underground parking comes with every apartment, vital for property in Dubai.


Ray Withers

Ray has over 17 years’ experience in the international property market and bought his own first international property investment back in 2002. Aside from running Property Frontiers, Ray has been involved in residential, hotel, student and commercial property investment and development in both the UK and overseas and co-wrote "Where to Buy Property Abroad - An Investor's Guide". As Founder and Trustee of the Frontiers Foundation, Ray is directly involved with many of its projects to ensure they have a direct and tangible impact in individual communities across the globe. He is passionate about property, travelling, scouting out new opportunities and finding time to spend with his young family.
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