Abu Dhabi-based property development company, Aldar Properties has launched a limited number of apartments at “The Source”, a new living experience that sits within the company’s landmark cultural destination, Saadiyat Grove.
The Source is the first project of its kind in the UAE, representing Aldar’s first ‘Wellness’ development, a community specifically designed with residents’ holistic health and well-being at its core.
The low-rise community boasts 204 apartments and penthouses and provides residents with a range of unique offerings that cover all aspects of physical and mental well-being, from wearables and sleep apps to meditation rooms and premium fitness facilities.
“We have seen growing demand for high-quality homes in communities that are purposefully designed and built to support the holistic health and well-being of residents. As such, The Source represents a compelling addition to our Saadiyat Grove development, bringing a totally new living concept to the destination after we launched five buildings at Grove Views last year. As the first development of its kind in the UAE, we anticipate strong demand from both owner occupiers that place a premium on wellbeing and the international investors that are increasingly turning to Abu Dhabi as a prime investment destination.”
“The Source is also proactively designed with carefully selected materials, colors, and bioorganic architecture to offer a premium wellness environment and an elevated living experience. Residents will have access to a full suite of amenities, including yoga, Pilates, and meditation rooms, gyms, pools, thermal suites and saunas, outdoor and indoor play areas, squash courts, and an exclusive residents’ lounge,” as per the statement.
Located at the heart of the Saadiyat Cultural District, residents at The Source will enjoy panoramic views of Saadiyat Grove, particularly the Zayed National Museum and the exquisite fountains that will become a statement feature of the destination.
The company stated that the construction is set to start in the fourth quarter of 2023, with handovers estimated for the third quarter of 2026.