Eat, drink and shop
Plans for the development include stylish boutiques, cafes and restaurants for residents to enjoy. The Terrace offers breakfasts and brunches with outdoor seating and views across Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary, which makes for a picturesque burger experience. Nearby Dubai Design District has more eateries, as well as banks and retail outlets. Serious shopping is a short ride away at Dubai Mall, with Mirdiff City Centre and Dubai Festival City also nearby.
Location. Location. Location.
Contained within Sports City, Victory Heights sits at the junction of Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Road (E311) and Al Khail Street (E44), between Motor City and Dubai Production City. Its location gives residents easy access to Abu Dhabi, Sharjah and the Northern Emirates. For travellers, Dubai International Airport and Al Maktoum International Airport can be reached quite quickly by car and Dubai Investment Park is close by. Al Barsha and Mall of the Emirates are just 15-minutes drive away with other areas of the city close by: including The Springs, The Greens, Barsha Heights (Tecom), Media City, Internet City, JLT, Dubai Marina and JBR.
Out and about
Residents of Dubai Creek Harbour will be able to take advantage of private pools, gyms, children’s play areas and other leisure facilities. The Cove’s lush pathways, parks and promenades are purpose built for joggers and the central park is a good spot for relaxing. Alternatively, visit The Marina Yacht Club for a day’s boating, a sundowner and a splendid view. Dubai Mall is a short ride away, for cinemas, ice-skating, fountain shows, restaurants, cafes and numerous other attractions.
Primary to secondary
There are no schools in Dubai Creek Harbor, but the surrounding areas have plenty of choice. Local nurseries include Super Kids, Small Steps, Blue Bird and Baby First Nursery, mostly situated close to Dubai Festival City. Nearby Heartland School offers the British Curriculum at foundation, primary and secondary levels. Kings School in Nad Al Sheba follows the British Curriculum for foundation and primary students. Repton School, also in Nad Al Sheba, accepts applicants from 3 to 18 years old as day students or boarders (from 11 years old); it teaches a British independent school curriculum. There are many more schools in the area.