Bur Dubai / Dubai
Status :Ready Possession
Consultant's No. :+971 4 303 9333
Property Id :SHOP-8-SHARAFI
RERA PERMIT :0259517786
Shop with Mezzanine near Fahidi Metro for Rent – Burdubai
- Near Al Fahidi Metro Station
- Behind York International Hotel
- Near to Major Shopping Malls
- Near to Grocery, Clinics, Banks, Restaurants
- Walking distance to Burjuman Mall
Area 521.83 Sq.ft.
Bur Dubai is a historical district located on the western side of the Dubai Creek. The literal meaning of Bur Dubai is ‘mainland Dubai’. It is in reference to the traditional separation of Bur Dubai and Deira, both of which are located on either side of the Dubai Creek. In the past, an Abra (a traditional wooden boat) was used to ferry people from either side. Nowadays, 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/Neighborhood 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 waterside path of Bur Dubai features a line-up of dhows offering dinner cruises. The district has many shopping streets and textile souks such as Al Seef and Meena Bazaar.
Bur Dubai is one of the largest residential hubs in the city including Al Mankhool, Oud Metha, Culture Village, Al Raffa, Al Jaddaf, Al Karama and Zabeel. This Bur Dubai area guide will explore the details of the community, properties, lifestyle and amenities offered.
- One of the largest residential hubs in Dubai
- Home to Al Fahidi Historical District/Neighbourhood, commonly known as Bastakiya Dubai
- Dubai Frame is a well-known tourist attraction in the area
- A bustling commercial district featuring Meena Bazaar
- Home to Zabeel Palace, the official residence of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Prime Minister of UAE and the Ruler of Dubai
- Fourth most popular area to rent apartments in Dubai
- Fringed by the iconic Dubai Creek
- A majority of the consulates and government offices are located here
- There are many metro stations in the area, on both the Red and Green Lines
Bur Dubai features a number of historic districts on the western banks of the Dubai Creek across from Deira. The community is bounded by Port Rashid on the north, Al Jafiliya to the west and Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) to the south. The influence of Indian expatriates in Bur Dubai is evident in its markets, restaurants and shops. One of the oldest Hindu temples in Dubai is located in Bur Dubai. The Grand Mosque with the city’s tallest minarets is also located here. This depicts the multi-cultural environment of Bur Dubai.