Queue Point is a popular apartment complex in Liwan developed by Al Mazaya Holding. It offers a range of freehold apartments. Furthermore, the project features grand outdoor spaces, parks, fountains, mosques, wellness facilities, educational options, a fire station as well, as a police station.
Queue Point was launched in 2007, offering around 2,000 residential apartments in 20 mid-rise buildings. At the time of launch, the project featured 44 plots. Among these, 37 were residential, and others were mixed-use properties. The buildings have 6 to 15 floors and offer a mix of studio and 1 to 3-bedroom apartments.
The master community, Liwan, is considered the eastern gateway to Dubailand. It is divided into several sub-communities inspired by the sub-urban architecture of San Francisco.
For residents, there will be dedicated parking in Queue Point Liwan. Visitors and guests can settle for street parking.
Each building has elevators in Queue Point Liwan.
Queue Point Dubailand is gated and has round-the-clock security and CCTV surveillance.
There’s plenty of outdoor space. One can spot manicured gardens, parks and running tracks. Kids and adults can both have a nice time within the complex.
There will be an on-site concierge and help desk in the Mazaya Queue Point.
Bayut has worked on creating a simple format for 2D and 3D floor plans on the website. You can easily find the unit type and bed type you’re interested in by browsing Queue Point floor plans.
Apartment types in Queue Point Liwan include studio, 1, 2 and 3-bedroom units.
1-bedroom apartments in Mazaya Queue Point Dubai span 650 sq. ft. to 800 sq. ft. Each flat has a master bedroom, an equipped kitchen, a bathroom and a living area. Some units also consist of a powder room. Also, all 1-bed units have a balcony, while some might even have two.
The covered area for 2-bedroom apartments in Dubailand Queue Point ranges from 1,000 sq. ft. to 1,200 sq. ft. Each unit features spacious bedrooms, balconies, en-suite bathrooms and a modern kitchen equipped with appliances.
3-bedroom flats in Queue Point Liwan Dubai cover around 1,600 sq. ft. to 1,800 sq. ft. Besides three spacious bedrooms, these apartments have one or more balconies, a large living room, a fitted kitchen and bathrooms.
According to Bayut, 1-bed apartments in Queue Point enjoy the highest popularity. They are followed by 2-bedroom flats in the second spot. 3-bedroom flats take up the third position on the list. Studio apartments rank in the fourth position.
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Those looking to rent apartments in Queue Point can expect these price trends.
For more options, one can browse apartments for rent in Liwan.
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Apartments for sale in Queue Point have the following pricing details.
There are various other apartments for sale in Liwan with different features and price tags.
1-bed apartments offer the highest ROI in Queue Point of 9.05%. 2-bedroom flats generate about 8.31% return on investment. Studio apartments offer an ROI of about 8.17%. Whereas, the ROI of 3-bedroom flats averages at 7.27%.
Buses are the most commonly used mode of transportation near Liwan Queue Point.
There are many bus stops at short intervals within the complex. These include Liwan Mazaya R20, Liwan Mazaya 10A, Liwan Mazaya 11 and Liwan Entrance. One can also book a taxi from stations nearby.
For those who travel via Dubai Metro, Al Jadaf Metro Station is 9 minutes from the neighbourhood, while Centrepoint Metro Station is almost a 17-minute drive from Queue Point, Liwan.
Restaurants near Liwan Queue Point include:
Subway, also counted amongst top sandwich shops in Dubai, and GrillO are 8 minutes away, while Russo’s is around 6 minutes away by car. If you’re looking for some neighbourhood cafes, you will find:
All these options are at a short, 10-minute drive from the complex.
For daily and monthly grocery shopping, there are plenty of supermarkets in Dubai that you can rely on. Some of them are quite close to Queue Point Liwan, including:
One can reach these stores in 6 to 8 minutes easily. Moreover, if you prefer monthly grocery hauls, there’s Carrefour Hypermarket at a short, 7-minute driving distance from Dubailand Queue Point Liwan.
Queue Point Liwan Dubailand Dubai is in proximity to schools offering international curriculum, including:
Rated ‘Good‘ by the KHDA, Kent College Dubai offers the National Curriculum of England from Foundation Stage until Sixth Form. Experienced teaching staff and outstanding pastoral care service make the school popular amongst students and parents.
Indian International School DSO offers education from kindergarten to Grade 10. It follows the Indian curriculum and is affiliated with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), Delhi.
GEMS Wellington Academy is another British Curriculum institute that offers education to students aged 3 to 18. The school was recently rated Very Good by the KHDA. GEMS WA is a member of the GEMS Wellington brand.
These schools are 6 to 11 minutes away via car.
As far as nurseries are concerned, campuses of the best nursery chains in Dubai are close to the building, such as:
Queue Point Liwan is a grand project featuring several buildings. Other nearby buildings are Lynx Tower, Binghatti Pearls and Cordoba Palace in DSO. These are all 6 to 7 minutes away by car across the road.
Queue Point has a central location in Liwan. Therefore, it is easy to spot. Also, being a grand mixed-use development, it extends and covers a major part of the community.
Around 17 km from Dubai Creek Harbour via Al Ain Road E66, you can easily access Mazaya Buildings in Queue Point. Notable landmarks in the vicinity include:
The world’s largest temperature-controlled indoor amusement park, IMG Worlds of Adventure, offers a variety of rides, dining and shopping options for kids and adults.
Dubai Outlet Mall is the first outlet concept mall in the UAE, hosting around 240 stores. Here, you will find factory outlets offering high-end brands at a lower price point.
Dubai Miracle Garden features 2D and 3D installations made using 150 million flowers. Visitors can take selfies and photographs with megastructures.
Queue Point offers affordable accommodation and is quite popular among those looking for budget-friendly apartments. However, living in Liwan comes with a setback: finding public transport. There aren’t many bus stations around. Having a personal vehicle can make things easier.
It takes 25 to 30 minutes to reach Dubai International Airport from the Queue Point complex.
Under a 20-minute drive, Mediclinic City Hospital is the nearest hospital from Queue Point Liwan Dubai.
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