The apartments and penthouses launched by Aldar will be dedicated to holistic health and well-being.
Aldar has announced the launch of the first-of-its-kind holistic health and well-being residential development in the UAE. ‘The Source’ is located in Saadiyat Grove.
The development will feature 204 apartments and penthouses, designed with holistic health and well-being at its core.
Residents will have access to unique offerings that cover various aspects of physical and mental well-being including wearables, sleep applications, meditation rooms, and premium fitness facilities.
The Source is designed with carefully selected materials, colors, and bioorganic architecture to create a premium wellness environment and offer an elevated living experience.
Amenities available for residents at The Source include yoga, pilates, and meditation rooms, gyms, pools, thermal suites, saunas, squash courts, and a lounge.
Apartments and penthouses will have panoramic views of Saadiyat Grove. The low-rise community will offer access to walkways, running, cycling tracks, and beaches. Residents will have direct access to Saadiyat Grove’s 55,000 square meters of experiential retail, entertainment, and leisure spaces.
The Source will have offerings ranging from 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom, and 3-bedroom apartments. Each property also comes with an option of two themes for interiors.
“We have seen growing demand for high-quality homes in communities that are purposefully designed and built to support the holistic health and wellbeing 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,” said Rashed Al Omaira, Chief Commercial Officer at Aldar Development.
“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.”
Construction is set to start at the end of this year with handovers expected in 2026.
The article was originally published on arabianbusiness.com