DP, the project development arm of Dubai Properties Group (DPG), said the units, ranging from studios to three-bedroom apartments, was in response to strong demand for “competitively-priced, conveniently-located housing options in Dubai”.
“The apartments are complete and available immediately,” the company said.
Located just off the Emirates Road between the Jebel Ali Free Zone and Al Maktoum International Airport, Remraam has swimming pools, basketball and tennis courts, communal lawns, BBQs, walkways, seating and shaded play areas, DP said.
It said a Géant Easy supermarket was set to open shortly, while plans for a clubhouse, to feature a gym and a multi-purpose room for the community, as well as the Remraam management and security offices, were progressing.
Late last year Remraam was at the centre of a contamination scare after water testing by Dubai Municipality on December 10 showed Bromate levels 23 times higher than allowable health limits.
In response, DPG was forced to drain, clean and refill water tanks in all buildings. In January it issued a statement saying latest testing had found the water is safe to drink.
It said the tests “confirmed that the water is indeed safe for consumption in compliance with international approved standards applicable for drinking water”.
“As an additional precautionary measure, we have also conducted comprehensive cleaning and flushing of the entire water system for the safety and comfort of residents,” it said at the time.
Properties developed by Dubai Properties (DP) include Mudon, in Dubailand, Business Bay Towers in Business Bay and Maraya Residences in the Burj Khalifa District. Its project also includes Manazal Al Khor, the city’s first creekside residence, in Culture Village.