Bur Dubai is a historic district located on the western side of Dubai Creek. The literal meaning of Bur Dubai is ‘mainland Dubai’. It is about the traditional separation of Bur Dubai and Deira, both of which are located on either side of the Dubai Creek. An Abra (a traditional wooden boat) was used to ferry people from either side. Nowadays, the Floating Bridge, Al Maktoum Bridge, and Al Shindagha Tunnel connect the two neighborhoods. The community is home to historical sites, including Dubai Museum, The Ruler’s Court, Al Fahidi Historical District/Neighbourhood, and Al Shindagha Historical District. The community is also home to the Grand Mosque, which features the city’s tallest minaret and the blue tiled Iranian Mosque. The district has many shopping streets and textile souks, such as Al Seef and Meena Bazaar. The waterside path of Bur Dubai features a line-up of dhows offering dinner cruises.
Average rent prices for properties in Bur Dubai vary depending on the area: Oud Metha, Jaddaf and Al Mankhool tend to be more expensive. At the same time, Raffa and Al Fahidi are significantly cheaper. Properties for rent in Bur Dubai range from studio to 4-bedroom apartments and 3 to 5-bed villas. Most of the apartment buildings in Bur Dubai are located in Al Raffa, Oud Metha, Al Hamriya, and Al Jaddaf. The rental properties in these low to mid-rise apartment buildings are usually rented quickly due to the affordable rents and nearby amenities. Since the residential district is home to old buildings, residents will rarely find furnished apartments, which means they will have to settle in after buying their furniture. Villas and townhouses in Bur Dubai are available in Al Jaddaf and Al Kifaf areas. These residences will be equipped with modern amenities and facilities as part of upcoming projects in these areas. Apart from residential properties, the neighborhood also has commercial spaces for rent and sale purposes. Interested investors can buy shops in Bur Dubai in a price range of AED 600k to AED 1M, depending on the location and coverage area of the shop. Offices for rent in Bur Dubai are available in Burjuman Tower on Khalid Bin Waleed Road and Al Makhawi Building in Oud Metha. Al Souk Al Kabeer and Al Jaddaf are popular areas for renting shops in Bur Dubai.
Those looking to invest in townhouses located in Al Kifaf and Al Jaddaf can expect prices to range from AED 859k to AED 2.9M. There are a few 3 and 4-bed penthouses in Bur Dubai priced at AED 1.2M on average.
Those looking for Bur Dubai floor plans can browse through the floor plans available for the popular communities/buildings in Bur Dubai.
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