Developed by Matter Real Estate Group, this luxurious new development offers a modern lifestyle with the convenience of being located in the heart of Mattar Road.
The developer has already commenced the construction of a total of 352 units spread across three mid-rise towers, which will be ready for move-in by 2024. The first tower has 86 units available, and it will feature the stylish residential space designed by globally renowned architecture firm EDI International, and the interiors by luxury design agency, Jules Wilson Design Studio.
As for the other towers, they will be available in the latter half of the year, with the 86 units of building two being ready to move-in by October of next year and the final 219 units in building three being ready in early 2024.
It’s worth noting that while Matter does bring together a lot of different devices, it’s not actually an interoperability protocol that will replace other protocols like Wi-Fi and Zigbee. Instead, it’s a layer that runs over existing standards, which means most current devices can be upgraded to Matter by applying an over-the-air firmware update, something that many brands have already announced (like several Amazon Echo devices, smart light bulbs from Nanoleaf and Wiz, and locks from Yale). And even older Zigbee or Z-Wave products that aren’t compatible with Matter can be bridged into the network through existing hubs from companies like Philips Hue and Aqara.
As for the 270+ partners that Matter works with, it’s a list that reads like a who’s who of the tech industry: Apple, Google, Amazon, Samsung SmartThings, LG, Legrand, Infineon and more all have signed up so far, along with many smaller players such as Eve Systems, Tuya, eWelink (Coolkit) and more. It’s also worth noting that a Matter-enabled device can be controlled by any app or ecosystem, including those from competing ecosystems. matter residences