Culture Village stands out from the rest of Dubai owing to its unique architecture, that reflects traditional Arabic heritage, with a touch of modern techniques. It is designed to be a hub for art and culture in Dubai. It features a range of art galleries, exhibitions, and cultural events that provide residents with a vibrant and creative environment. It is divided into residential, retail, and commercial zones. The upscale community is home to some of Dubai's exclusive developments like the Palazzo Versace, D1 Tower and Dubai Wharf. The famous Canal from Business Bay, connects here and this area is adjacent to Dubai Creek Harbour.
On The Map
Dubai International Airport: 10 minutes by car
Closest Metro Station: Al Jaddaf (15 min walk)
Closest School: Cambridge International School (13 min by car)
Closest Hospital: Mediclinic Welcare Hospital (15 min by car)
A Family Centric Luxury Housing Community
Culture Village is an ideal place for families looking for an upscale lifestyle in a unique and sophisticated community. Schools, shopping options and hospitals, located in close proximity to the community makes it a perfect one to live in. Located along the shoreline of Dubai Creek, all projects in this beautiful community are connected by air-conditioned walkways and bridges.
What To Expect
An up & coming community
As the name suggests, the Culture Village aims at the preservation and display of traditional Islamic and Arabian art through real estate projects. Visual arts, performing arts, museums and literary facilities contribute to the need of the intellectuals. Cultural institutions such as schools for arts, music, dance, and pottery make the community ideal for art lovers.
Situated along the Dubai Creek, Culture Village offers residents picturesque waterfront views. Many residential properties in the area enjoy scenic vistas of the creek, creating a serene and calming atmosphere.
The community also houses luxury hotels like the Palazzo Versace. Designer boutiques, restaurants, and cafes will soon add a modern and contemporary touch to to the traditional vibe. Dubai Festival City Mall, located close to Culture Village, caters the needs of its residents where they can make use of ample shopping and dining facilities, cinemas and other entertainment options.
An upcoming development, Dubai Creek Harbour will be a special attraction to the residents of this community in the coming years. The upcoming waterfront development, along the creek will include spectacular cultural offerings, world class residences, shopping, offices and luxury amenities.
In order to help the residents keep themselves physically active and remain in good shape, the community hosts a range fitness centres, jogging and cycling track as well as Spas. Other necessities such as children's play area, parks, recreational and community centres, schools, health institutions are also available in the vicinity.
The community is well connected by Dubai Metro with two metro stations, Al Jaddaf and Creek within its close proximity. Water taxis, operating along the creek and canal connects Culture Village to important parts of the city like Business Bay and others.
The Palazzo Versace, a 5-star luxury hotel, located in the heart of Culture Village is a highlight of the upscale community. The rooms are furnished with the Versace Home Collection and enables its guests to enjoy the serene views of Dubai Creek. The other attractions of the hotel are Giardino, an all-day dining restaurant, Q's Bar and Lounge by Quincy Jones and a Spa.
What Not To Expect
A Vibrant Community For Singles
The community being an ideal place for art lovers and families alike, may not be the perfect place for single professionals as it lacks the vibrancy and extra noise.
Blending The Old And New
Culture Village has beautifully blended Middle Eastern history and the ancient history of Dubai. The entire development displays unique architecture which is a hybrid of traditional and contemporary art. While some buildings have traditional artistic exterior, with modern and contemporary interior, others look contemporary from outside but their interiors are themed traditionally. The area is home to buildings like Dubai Wharf, D1 Tower, Manazel Al Khor and the Palazzo Versace.