Takaya is a new community that is part of Motor City’s well-established hub and signature Autodrome life
Takaya is more than an address or a home. It’s a dynamic lifestyle that’s on the move. A welcoming refuge where you can recuperate and recharge. A place that provides shelter from the searing heat of deadlines and jam-packed schedules. A real community built on consideration for people and connection. A vast area with many inviting amenities that make life’s journey exciting yet peaceful. Takaya is a homage to the past, a reflection of the present, and a glimpse at the future. .
Takaya will provide an unparalleled urban life experience, boasting a prime location, phenomenal views, an abundance of sports and leisure activities, retail options, comfortable apartments, spacious villas, and countless benefits. A statement of contemporary style, it’s a perfectly balanced aria that sings of the local environment, landscape, climate, and built structures. From the exteriors with curved contours that mirror the lines of motor sports to the well-designed interiors, Takaya is simply unique and distinctive.
Takaya is an expression of contemporary style and the embodiment of design that responds to the local environment. The creation of a world-class realm through the seamless integration of the landscape and built environment. Envisaged as an inviting, intriguing, and comfortable urban environment, Takaya features well-designed access and circulation. Here, the attention to detail is evident and even the orientation maximizes the phenomenal views.
Location: MotorCity, Dubai
Project Category: Residential, Offices and Retails
Take a splash in the temperature-controlled pool. Set a new personal best at the lap pool. Shoot some hoops at the adaptable basketball court. Win a game of squash. Pump iron and get your cardio in at the gym. Get your pulse racing at a kilometer-long walking and jogging track.
Takaya is named after special rest areas from ancient times. Hundreds of years ago, nomads crossed the expansive desert carrying their homes with them. When the travelers stopped to rest, they built refuges near rivers and oases. And when they resumed their journey, they would leave the shelter behind alongside useful items to help future visitors. Subsequent travelers would repay the kindness by building another section of the shelters’ walls and expanding the rest area for the next guests. Each of these rest areas was called a takiya in Arabic, or takaya in plural. And today, Takaya, a new project that’s part of Motor City’s community and signature Autodrome lifestyle, embodies this timeless spirit.