Said to be one of the largest developments in Dubai, the Jumeirah Lakes Towers, which is divided from Dubai Marina by Sheikh Zayed Road, constitutes 70 towers along three artificial lakes - JLT Lake, Almas West Lake and Almas East Lake - and eight towers overlooking the Jumeirah Islands. While more than 80 percent of the JLT towers have been completed, the rest are still or yet to be constructed.
Each of 26 clusters has its own parking space as well as a retail waterfront. The project also includes children’s playground, mosques, civil defence stations, police station and more facilities. Pet owners can take their pets for a stroll at the lake-turned-park here.
The Dubai Marina and the Jumeirah Lake Towers stations are the two Dubai metro stations that connect to the rest of the city. Al Maktoum International Airport, Dubai Logistics Corridor and Jebel Ali Free Zone and ports, Saudi German Hospital and Cedars Jebel Ali International Hospital are within accessible range.
JLT offers a series of restaurants, cafes and lounges for fine dining and an active nightlife. Spas,
beauty salons, supermarkets and hypermarkets (like Park ‘n’ Shop and Carrefour), laundries, gym, clinics, pharmacies and more facilities are strewn across the upper concourse and the lower lakeside walkway of the retail area as well as the iconic Almas Tower.
For business professionals and vacationers, Jumeirah Lake Towers houses four hotels, including the Movenpick Jumeirah Lakes Towers. The Synergy University Dubai Campus in JLT offers Bachelor, Masters and MBA courses. For those planning to establish business, the Dubai Multi Commodities Centre (DMCC) offers a plethora of services, including providing visa and other government services, registering and licensing companies, helping new companies obtain services to establish their business, etc.