Sobha Hartland Greens - Sobha Hartland - Mohammad bin Rashid City

Sobha Hartland Greens is an enclave within Sobha Hartland which consists of 16 low-rise apartment buildings. These buildings are currently either under-construction or in the proposed stage. The first handovers are expected to commence in late 2017.

Master Community: Sobha Hartland
Property Types Available: Apartments
Location: Al Khail Road, Dubai - Al Ain Road
Status: Under Construction
Year Launched: 2015
Estimated Completion Date: June 2019
Developer: Sobha Developers
Title Type: Freehold
Quality Classification: Luxury
Height Classification: Low-rise
Life Cycle: Under Contruction
Under Construction Buildings: 16
Under-Construction Apartments: 156
Proposed Apartments: 1,092
Floors: 8

Sobha Hartland - Project Intro

 Published on May 28 2016   195 Views   More Videos

 Category: Project Introduction

Sobha Hartland, a mix-use development is currently under construction in the heart of Dubai, just three KM from Burj Khalifa.

About Sobha Hartland Greens

General Guide

Sobha Hartland is a master-community which is part of Mohammad bin Rashid City and will feature various components including town-houses, luxury villas, high-rise and low-rise apartments, mixed-use buildings and a small retail area.

Within Sobha Hartland, there is a low-rise apartment community consisting of 16 buildings and this area is called Hartland Greens.

As of April 2016, two of the sixteen buildings have been formally launched for sale.

All buildings will rise 8 storeys and comprise of studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments. The top two floors offer 2, 3 and 4 bedroom duplex apartments.

Hartland Greens 1

Launched in Feb 2015 at average prices of AED 1,600 per sq. ft.

This building offered units with larger unit sizes on average.

Completion expected in Dec 2017.

Hartland Greens 4

Launched in April 2016 at prices ranging from AED 1,500 - 1,575 per sq. ft.

This building has smaller unit sizes on average.

Completion expected in Dec 2017.

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