This extensively built residential community offers high-end villa living
Seeking villa living? Our community guide for Jumeirah Park might persuade you to move here.
Located in the centre of new Dubai, this popular freehold district is considered to be a family-friendly community. With its safe environment and easy access to arterial roads, Jumeirah Park consists of eight sub-communities and offers only villas to its residents.
The community stretches of 350 hectares of land and offers over 2,000 large, family-focused villas exclusively built for residential purposes.
Filled with serenity and greenery, it's perfect if you crave a quiet place to come home to and unwind at the end of the day. It's close enough, however, to popular main roads and is just a short drive away from bustling locations like Mall of the Emirates, Dubai Marina, and Palm Jumeirah.
Public transport in Jumeirah Park
- Nearest Dubai Metro station is DMCC
- Closest RTA bus is F31 - a bus stop is near Meadows 6, around a 7 minute drive away
Commute times by car from Jumeirah Park
- to Dubai International Airport: 28 minutes
- to Jebel Ali: 14 minutes
- to Dubai Studio City: 18 minutes
- to Dubai Marina: 12 minutes
- to Downtown Dubai: 23 minutes
- to Mirdif: 38 minutes
Amenities and facilities in Jumeirah Park
For residents who are living in or new in Jumeirah Park, the following public amenities and facilities are on offer in the neighbourhood:
- The Pavillion, which has dining and grocery options
- Several mosques are in close proximity around the community
- Community parks dotted throughout
- Mediclinic Meadows and Medcare Medical Centre are just 10 minutes away
- Dubai British School serves the student population here
- Jogging and cycling tracks throughout
- There's a community club house and gyms available to use
- 24-hour security, but it is not a gated community
- It's a pet-friendly place to live
If you're searching for a nursery in Jumeirah Park, we have a dedicated guide to Dubai's nurseries that you can browse to find the nearest one to you.
For health clinics and dentists in Jumeirah Park, you can find the nearest one to you by using our directory, here.
What's life like in Jumeirah Park?
- A safe environment for children, with parks dotted throughout the community
- A spacious development
- Quiet family life
- There's little nightlife, but just a short drive from Dubai Marina and The Lakes
- Not great if you don't own a car, public transport is limited
Built by master developer Nakheel Properties, Jumeirah Park was completed in 2013 and has since been a great place for families to reside. It's one of the largest villa-only communities and is located behind Jumeirah Lake Towers (JLT) and is also linked to The Meadows and Jumeirah Village Triangle.
The community's location helps make commuting to other areas easy and uncomplicated, so you and loved ones can enjoy all Dubai has to offer without being too far from home.
Within the area itself, the neighbourhood is laced with jogging and bicycle tracks, children's play areas, green parks, gyms, a community clubhouse and sports courts.
Jumeirah Park by day
Expect the neighbourhood to be quiet, broken only by school buses, parents running errands and home help working away. Largely occupied by families, the development has a routine similar to what you would experience in The Meadows or The Springs... A lot of people leave for work early morning, the school run arrives mid-afternoon followed by the return of workers before sunset.
Jumeirah Park by night
At the end of a busy day, residents may head to The Pavilion with friends and loved ones for shopping or dining. You'll find both parents of young children and dog-owners walking around the neighbourhood around dinner-time, ready to return home for a relaxed evening inside or in the garden, weather permitting.
Who lives in Jumeirah Park?
- Primarily families
- High-earning professionals
- Couples wishing to start a family
- Residents seeking a quiet, private lifestyle
As it is a villa-only community, families largely occupy Jumeirah Park. There are villas ranging from 3 to 5 bedrooms, and so you'll find families of all different sizes from across the globe living here.
Since the villas are not connected, it's the perfect area to raise a family in a place that has a strong community feeling, whilst still having the privacy that you seek.
The residents of Jumeirah Park belong to different cultures and follow different religions - in fact, it's a great place for individuals with different beliefs as churches, temples and mosques are situated either within or closeby to the community.
Properties for rent and sale in Jumeirah Park
Average rental prices in Jumeirah Park are as follows:
- 3 bedroom villa: AED 180,000
- 4 bedroom villa: AED 200,000
- 5 bedroom villa: AED 250,000
Average sales price for properties in Jumeirah Park are as follows:
- 3 bedroom villa: AED 3,000,000
- 4 bedroom villa: AED 3,400,000
- 5 bedroom villa: AED 5,000,000
What are properties like in Jumeirah Park?
Jumeirah Park is a villa-only district, and so each unit is detached and has its own plot of land. Each villa has varied garden sizes, but they're generally large and allow for extra privacy from neighbours. You'll find no attached villas or townhouses in the area.
The community itself is made of eight districts and offers over 2,000+ deluxe, detached villas and is home to a population of 10,000 residents.
There are four types of villas in Jumeirah Park; Legacy, Regional, Legacy Nova and Heritage. Each offers varying designs, from French and European elements to traditional Arabic architecture.
The only downside to Jumeirah Park is the lack of green spaces, parks and community pools that struggle to serve the large amount of residents living here.
What are noise levels like in Jumeirah Park?
Noise pollution is not an issue for Jumeirah Park residents, making it the perfect place to come home to, to get away from the craziness of Dubai's city life.
- Quiet, secure community that is within driving distance to the city
- Little night-life so no noise disturbance
- Expect sounds of children playing, dogs and daily community life