Location: Al Safa
Developer: AHS Properties
All residences with stunning Water Canal and Park Views
Private Elevators, that opens directly in your living room
Opulent spaces with ceiling height from 4.5m. to9 m.
A prestigious new landmark in Dubai, reserved for a select few. A stunning collection of 3-4 Bedroom Penthouses and 4-5 Bedroom Sky Villas, in a contemporary designer edifice. Redefining luxury, amenities, craftsmanship and a lifestyle beyond compare. One Canal anchors on the Dubai Water Canal – a growing district and entertainment hub that sits adjacent to Safa Park and cuts through the heart of Dubai. From pockets of greenery that are pulled into the facade from the park behind to the curved architecture inspired by waves in the water canal at the forefront of the site, the design celebrates and is characterised by various forms of nature. With an overall form that stands out from all other buildings in the city, One Canal evokes timeless elegant and exemplary design. Each curve on the facade is strategically placed to hold the unit pools and green pockets, giving the building its wave-like and integrated architectural identity. One Canal houses 24 luxury “Villas in the Sky” that have great dual views to the Safa park, the Burj Al Arab and the Dubai skyline, along with terraces that contain private swimming pools and large entertainment spaces. The overall design has a play of minimal materials to embrace the distinctive design and exudes luxury living through its strong presence in the city.
Al Safa is a mainly residential community in Dubai located between Umm Suqeim 1 and Sheikh Zayed Road. The buildings are all low-rise in this well-established area which is home to many Emirati families as well as ex-pats. There are many popular schools here including Jumeirah College, Jumeirah Primary School, Jumeirah English Speaking School, Al Ittihad Private School, Emirates English Speaking School, English College Primary & Secondary and many nursery schools. In Al Wasl, just north of Al Safa, lies Safa Park. This was created in 1975 on the site of what had been a ‘plywood city’ shantytown, home to thousands of illegal, but tolerated, immigrant workers from India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Today it is one of the most beautiful open spaces in Dubai. In 2013, the Dubai Water Canal project was unveiled showing that it would cut through Safa Park on its way toward the sea at Jumeirah. Four years later the canal opened and work began on landscaping the damaged parts of the park. An estimated 30 percent of the park has been lost to the waterway, but the new canal and its waterside promenades have added a new dimension to Safa Park, which is some compensation for its loss of green space.
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