Know more about our luxurious apartments for sale in Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC)
In Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC), you will find luxurious apartments for sale with large spaces, available from studios to 5 bedrooms.
Luxury apartments for sale in DIFC come in a contemporary style, with some of them being upgraded. Most of the apartments have multiple ensuite bedrooms in addition to access to various community facilities including a pool and gym. Notable luxury developments in DIFC include The Index Tower, Burj Daman, Limestone House and Sky Gardens.
What to expect in Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC)
DIFC houses a vast number of financial institutions to entertain the corporate-minded residents, and still has a lively and active nightlife including fine-dining restaurants, cafes and some of the best retail outlets of the region. Other amenities like clinics, salons and gyms are also located within its vicinity.
Perfect for urbanites and located adjacent to the Sheikh Zayed Road, The Dubai World Trade Centre and the Burj Khalifa, the emergence of Dubai International Financial Center (DIFC) is a critical part of Dubai´s plan to attract high quality expatriate staff into what they plan will be a world class financial center for residents who have chosen to purchase apartments in the area. Hosting residential and commercial blocks, DIFC is designed for financial and business professionals seeking to live, work and enjoy their leisure time in spacious apartments all in one strategic location. The Gate is a global center for leading financial businesses designed to embody the transparency and integrity of DIFC. Located in-between Emirates Towers and Dubai World Trade Center (DWTC), it is one of the major free-zone areas in the city and companies based in this area are under the categories of banks, banking services, capital markets, asset management, fund registration, insurance, reinsurance and Islamic finance. Dubai International Financial Exhange (DIFX) is also based within the complex. All companies are regulated by Dubai Financial Services Authority (DFSA). The 15-story building has a marble walk placed beneath the structure that hosts numerous retail outlets and cafes. 6 buildings trail the landmark with offices of multinational and local setups called the Precinct Buildings, as well as ample underground parking spaces available. The inclusion of several art galleries, lounges, fitness centers and eateries, all add to DIFC’s overall appeal.
Seeing as DIFC aims to become a global financial hub, it has attracted many highly qualified expats into its world. Singles and young professionals prefer living closer to work because of the intense traffic in Dubai, and the residences within the area are right next-door to the offices, promoting utmost convenience. The central location makes the area very accessible from public transport. The district is the finest definition of city-living by far. Art lovers are eagerly anticipated by the myriad of art galleries within the vicinity, offering exhibitions of contemporary local and international artists. Boasting a vivid, swift pace, the lively atmosphere, buzzing nightlife scenes and vast variety of food and beverage joints available make the development perfect for trendy, work-centric individuals. The peppy city within a city is often coined as 'Dubai's international food court' as some of the best places for fine-dining in all of Dubai reside in the vicinity. Zuma is a world-class contemporary Japanese restaurant and lounge, preferred by many because of its award-winning food. Furthermore, La Petite Maison (also known more commonly as LPM) is a top-notch French restaurant with a scrumptious menu and romantic setting. Some of the titans of Dubai's exorbitant dining scene are lined along the corridors and alleyways of DIFC, like Roberto's, Gaucho and Cipriani. Offering a plethora of bars and lounges right at your doorstep, the development is a cosmopolitan area for highly paid young enthusiasts who prefer grabbing a quick drink after work nearby.