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Nad Al Sheba, just south of Dubai Creek, is particularly famous for the racecourse which hosted the Dubai World Cup each year until 2009 (The racecourse is now called the Meydan Racecourse which continues to host the richest horse race in the world every year).
The place is a now a booming district with several commercial and residential developments being constructed in the area. It is expected to appeal widely to holiday-goers and long-term leasing clients who believe that it offers relief from the city center hotels, skyscrapers and the buzzing Dubai beach resorts.
For horse race enthusiasts, weekly horse races start late of January until March at the Dubai International Racing Carnival held at the Meydan Racecourse. Planned within the racecourse vicinity are Meydan Avenue, which will be home to the Meydan Hotel and the Grandstand, and the Meydan Free Zone and Meydan Business Park which will both offer modern business solutions to local and international companies. Other developments, including hotels, are also planned.
Animal lovers won’t miss the Nad Al Sheba Veterinary Hospital in the area. This facility was launched in 2004 and has since cared for domestic and even exotic pets including the wildlife in Dubai. Open 24 hours a day, it has a full-range of high-quality services expected only from licensed professionals and trained staff.
Additionally, businessmen and women and residents alike in Nad Al Sheba will have the benefit of enjoying an opulent golfing experience. The Track Meydan Golf caters to golfers of all abilities. It is also home to the Academy by Troon which offers coaching lessons to all.
Indeed, this glowing district looks forward to delivering and diversifying a wide-range of income-generating businesses in line with Dubai’s world-class strategy.
* Nad Al Sheba is replete with commercial and residential projects
* The area’s most popular landmark is the Meydan Racecourse
* Nad Al Sheba Veterinary Hospital cares for domestic, exotic pets
Source: Cleofi-Krista Capili, Special to Properties
The writer is a freelancer