Floating Finnish Homes Set Sail to Dubai

Dubai's first water homes will be constructed in Finland.

Finnish-owned ADMARES has been awarded phase one of the Marasi Business Bay development in Dubai, a further ground-breaking Emirates project featuring floating homes and restaurants with water views and an exclusive yacht club.

The Marasi Business Bay is being developed by Dubai Properties, a renowned Dubai-based real estate master developer accross the UAE, and is destined to become a major attraction in Dubai.

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The development will include 10 water homes and two restaurants, all of which are state-of-the-art floating buildings. These unique architectural structures will be designed, managed and manufactured in Finland, ensuring impeccable quality and standards.

'Our objective is to create unique, innovative and environmentally friendly real estate products, utilising ground breaking, multi-disciplinary off-site construction technology,' said ADMARES CEO Mikael Hedberg.

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'We started at the top with our first project in the Emirates, working with Jumeirah and Dubai Holding for the Burj Al Arab Terrace.

'Having successfully delivered the new resort extension – the biggest-ever undertaking of its kind in the world – we now have another project where the client was looking to create a landmark development with a high degree of innovation and quality'.

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Located on the Dubai Water Canal, Marasi Business Bay is set to become a major future landmark in Dubai – an unprecedented unique waterside destination concept in the UAE and the Middle East.

As a forward thinking innovation in residential development, each home will enjoy exclusive boat access and unrivalled views of the surrounding Dubai Water Canal. 

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