Saadiyat Lagoons in Saadiyat Island, Abu Dhabi

Saadiyat Lagoons

Saadiyat Lagoons Overview

Saadiyat Lagoons District contains two distinct locations where you can relax and enjoy the company of family and friends. If you prefer a bustling atmosphere, the town centre is the perfect place to soak in the area’s vibrancy while soaking in the views of a linear park and the central lagoon. For those who prefer a quiet getaway, the waterfront village will be the opportunity for you to relax while exploring its various retail and dining outlets.

Surrounded by a myriad of parks, gardens and stunning lagoons, Saadiyat Lagoons District offers you, residents and visitors the opportunity to enjoy an active, nature-based lifestyle.

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Saadiyat Lagoons District Residential

Featuring contemporary townhouses and villas set in a pedestrian-friendly design, the largest district on Saadiyat, which is expected to be home to 29,000 residents, there will be numerous pathways for running, cycling and horseback riding, including lanes along the various mangrove lagoons that dot the landscape. The vibrant communities will have many facilities and services, such as a state-of-the-art equestrian centre, schools, retail outlets, mosques, children’s play areas and more.

Conveniently located close to Saadiyat Marina District, Beach District and Cultural District, you’ll be well connected to the island’s exceptional educational institutions, world-class museums, and vibrant dining, shopping and leisure attractions.

Saadiyat Lagoons District at a Glance

  • Mixed-use development set across six million square metres.
  • 2.4 million squares metres of lush open spaces, gardens and parks, as well as a central lagoon and linear park.
  • Over 4,000 contemporary townhouses and villas.
  • State-of-the-art equestrian centre.
  • Numerous trails for walking, running, cycling and horseback riding.
  • A town centre and a waterfront village offering unique ambiences set in diverse locations.
  • Rich community facilities including schools, mosques, retail outlets and more.

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