Quattro Del Mar comprises four towers located on Hayat Island.

Leading UAE developer RAK Properties has announced the launch of its premium project – Quattro Del Mar – nestled in a prime location of Hayat Island, Mina Al Arab in Ras Al Khaimah.

Quattro Del Mar comprises four towers and promises an integrated lifestyle hub with entertainment and world-class facilities, set in a serene and captivating environment. 

Interconnected by skywalks, these towers offer majestic views, while an integrated podium ensures easy access to signature amenities. These include Zen garden, a spa club, a state-of-the-art gymnasium, a nature-surrounded yoga studio, indoor and outdoor cinemas, sky pools, gourmet experiences, retail shops, a miniature golf course, promenades, kids play area, courts for recreational play, fitness trails and pet parks.

Designed using Al and dynamic software, the project delivers exclusive views of the lagoon, and resorts. The bridges, a pivotal design feature, not only enhance the architectural flow but also house residences, elevating the cascades’ allure with breathtaking panoramic vistas, RAK Properties stated.

According to the developer, the residential project embodies a minimalist and timeless aesthetic design, featuring unique floor-to-ceiling windows, and offering residents an intimate connection with the tranquil coastal surroundings.

Quattro Del Mar offers studios, one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments, as well as luxurious sky duplexes and garden townhouses, it stated.

Unveiling the project, CEO Sameh Muhtadi said Quattro Del Mar was a masterpiece development that will revolutionise Ras Al Khaimah’s urban landscape by integrating urban architecture seamlessly, fostering connectivity and the community spirit.

“The Ras Al Khaimah property market is witnessing unprecedented demand, with a spike in activity expected in 2024. As the leading developer in the emirate, the launch of Quattro Del Mar confirms our commitment to meet the growing demand for investment opportunities in Ras Al Khaimah,” stated Muhtadi.