Keturah Reserve is an upscale residential development by MAG Group and comes as part of the luxury real estate and hospitality brand; Keturah. Nestled in Meydan, the AED 3B (USD 816.7M) project was launched in Q4 2022 and plans to have the following property types upon completion:
The first phase of Keturah Reserve offers sophisticated townhouses for purchase, with a total area ranging from 5,353 sq. ft to 8,649 sq. ft.
The construction of the residential resort will occur in two stages. Within the first phase, you may expect to find 17 villas, 60 luxury apartments, 150 studio, one-, and two-bedroom units, and a hotel with about 100 rooms. In the second phase, you might expect to find the largest spa in the entire world.
Sports facilities include a gym, tennis courts, and a football pitch, as well as places for fencing, shooting, and squash will also be available to residents. There will include a sauna, a movie theater, a gaming, and virtual reality section, a kid’s play area, and a variety of swimming pools and lounges for families as well as adults-only fun. Several eateries will quickly become go-to meeting spots, and the round reference library and private chill pods in the 24-hour Business Center will be beneficial to anyone conducting research or working remotely.
The Ketura Reserve, located in this neighbourhood, is adjacent to the Meydan Racecourse and a number of the city’s most well-known attractions. You can choose to live in a house close to Downtown Dubai, the Dubai Mall, or the Burj Khalifa because of this. You are in the finest location because to the excellent connectivity between Al Khail and Mohammed bin Zayed streets and the easy access from the numerous city areas.
The Park, a 300,000 square foot lushly landscaped space where locals can unwind and socialize, is the project’s focal point. It is surrounded by ancient olive trees that were imported from all over the world and serve as a constant reminder of the Al Gaddah family’s past as cultivators of olive trees and owners of plantations.
Homes at Keturah Reserve are oriented to maximise natural light, which is then softly diffused throughout the inside without creating heat or glare. The need for air conditioning is decreased by the increased flow of naturally cooled air in double-volume interior spaces. The open-plan areas are also created without hallways or corridors, with specially made furniture and fixtures made for each space to improve traffic flow.