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Best Buy Towson in Timonium, Maryland

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Nearby Locations

  1. Best Buy Lutherville Outlet (Store 2638)

  2. Best Buy Owings Mills (Store 1436)

  3. Best Buy White Marsh (Store 159)

  4. Best Buy Bel Air (Store 296)

  5. Best Buy Glen Burnie (Store 290)

  6. Best Buy Warehouse Curtis Bay (Store 9044)

  7. Best Buy Columbia (Store 263)

  8. Best Buy Arundel Mills – Closed (Store 1053)

  9. Best Buy Laurel (Store 265)

  10. Best Buy Annapolis (Store 163)

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About Best Buy Towson

At Best Buy Towson, we specialize in helping you find the best technology to enrich your life. Together, we can transform your living space with the latest smart home technology, HDTVs, computers and gaming consoles from your favorite brands. We can walk you through updating your appliances with cutting-edge refrigerators, ovens, washers and dryers. And we can help you make the most of your active lifestyle with our huge selection of health and wellness gear.

You can also rely on the Best Buy Towson team to keep your devices running smoothly with the full range of Geek Squad® services , including installation, delivery, set up, protection, repair and support. To ensure you can get the assistance you need, you can schedule a service with Geek Squad® for a time and date that fits your busy lifestyle. Or come in and visit us at 1717 York Rd in Timonium, MD, so we can help you find and navigate the perfect new camera, cell phone, TV , video games and more.

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Best Buy North Haven in North Haven, Connecticut

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Nearby Locations

  1. Best Buy Orange (Store 300)

  2. Best Buy Warehouse Wallingford (Store 9154)

  3. Best Buy Meriden – Closed (Store 760)

  4. Best Buy Trumbull (Store 1067)

  5. Best Buy Newington (Store 487)

  6. Best Buy West Hartford (Store 381)

  7. Best Buy Danbury (Store 331)

  8. Best Buy Riverhead (Store 809)

  9. Best Buy West Simsbury (Store 1468)

  10. Best Buy Norwalk (Store 886)

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About Best Buy North Haven

At Best Buy North Haven, we specialize in helping you find the best technology to enrich your life. Together, we can transform your living space with the latest smart home technology, HDTVs, computers and gaming consoles from your favorite brands. We can walk you through updating your appliances with cutting-edge refrigerators, ovens, washers and dryers. And we can help you make the most of your active lifestyle with our huge selection of health and wellness gear.

You can also rely on the Best Buy North Haven team to keep your devices running smoothly with the full range of Geek Squad® services , including installation, delivery, set up, protection, repair and support. To ensure you can get the assistance you need, you can schedule a service with Geek Squad® for a time and date that fits your busy lifestyle. Or come in and visit us at 398 Universal Dr N in North Haven, CT, so we can help you find and navigate the perfect new camera, cell phone, TV , video games and more.

Can’t make it to the Best Buy North Haven? Don’t worry — visit our virtual store where you can live chat, voice call or video call with product experts who can help you compare items, check out, or even show you a product demo. You can also shop popular categories online or Discover & Learn with our detailed Shopping Guides, in-depth How-To guides and helpful Tips and Ideas. Learn how to live more sustainably, discover the latest must-have electronics and explore what best fits your lifestyle, home, workspace and everything in between.

The best areas of Tyumen for living

Which areas of Tyumen are better

Each area of ​​the city has pluses and minuses. We will tell you which area of ​​Tyumen is better to live in, taking into account each of the factors.

Transport accessibility

When choosing where it is better to live in Tyumen, transport accessibility is one of the main criteria.

Consider the most favorable areas from this point of view.

  • Center

    The city center can be approximately considered as an elongated area from the beginning of Republic Street to the Cosmos theater center (the historical center of the city, the Drama Theater area, the Press House). Naturally, in the central area of ​​the city “everything is close” and you can get to anywhere in the city relatively quickly. Also adjacent to the center are KPD districts, districts of st. Kharkovskaya, Malygin.

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  • House of Defense and Zatyumenka

    From here you can reach the center in 10-15 minutes by car, as well as by public transport: there are many popular routes (for example, 30,14,11). The advantage of this area is the proximity of the bypass road and the airport (“Roshchino”).

  • Zareka and Zarechny microdistricts

    Considered areas with good transport accessibility, because located near the center: after passing the bridge (Chelyuskintsev or Profsoyuzny), you will find yourself in the city center.

Areas with lower transport accessibility:

  • Remote areas in the riverside part of the city: Tarmany, Mys, MMS, Vatutina, Parfyonovo.
  • Lesobaza.
  • Eastern microdistricts, Voinovka, Sukhodolie. There is a plus in the form of a bypass road nearby, which does not make these areas so remote.

Infrastructure

Choosing the best areas for living in Tyumen, you must also take into account the infrastructure.

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  • Tyumen and Vostochny microdistricts

    Districts are being developed and built, settling in infrastructure and becoming comfortable for measured family life.

    New modern kindergartens and schools, sports and playgrounds appear.

    From shopping and entertainment centers – Kristall, Lenta, Metro, Ostrov, Solnechny, Shirotny, Yuzhny, Matryoshka; construction shopping centers – “Leroy Merlin”, “Orion”; Market “Mikhailovsky”.

    Recreation areas and parks for walking – Square of Deputies, Square of Lev Rovnin, pond “School”, Square “Birch Grove” (next to the castle-hotel “Green House”).

  • Zareka, Zarechny microdistricts

    Infrastructure for entertainment and shopping – Zeleny Bereg shopping center, Pa-na-ma shopping center, LetoLeto Water Park, City Mall shopping center.

    Places for recreation and parks for walks – Park “Zarechny”, Lesopark im. Yu.A. Gagarin, Vatutinskaya grove. Also, the new Russian-Korean Friendship Park is almost completed. The construction of the second bank of the Tura River Embankment is also underway. In general, the area is actively developing.

    The Zarechnaya part of the city is mostly residential areas. Part is represented by the private sector, part by new buildings – the area is being actively built up.

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  • House of Defense

    Dom Oborona is a quiet residential area with mostly old buildings and the private sector, but it is developing quite actively – new residential complexes are appearing.

    Here is a place where Tyumen people come from all over the city – the Zatyumensky Ecopark. The park is spread over a large area. The park has many modern children’s and sports grounds. Near the Dom Oborony district – there is the Tura River Embankment – the “visiting card” of Tyumen and the only four-level embankment in Russia. Places for walking and recreation are varied. The choice of shopping centers in this area of ​​the city is not so great: the Yamskoy shopping center and the Malvinka market.

  • Moscow and Chervishevsky tract, Southern microdistricts, Mayak

    Sleeping areas of Tyumen, there are also many private sectors. Buildings and infrastructure are mostly old. From entertainment – the shopping center “Columbus”, and the shopping center “Yuzhny”. You can take a walk in such places as Yuzhny Pond, Shkolny Park, Aviators Square, Komsomolsky Square.

  • Lesobaza

    Residents of Lesobaza experience difficulties with the availability of infrastructure – this is a typical residential area with dense buildings and mostly economy class housing. There are no large shopping centers and entertainment venues nearby, there are not enough places in preschool and educational institutions, there is only one adult clinic.

    However, there are some advantages – area is considered one of the most environmentally friendly against the rest, quiet and calm. There are many lakes and greenery here, if you want to be closer to nature, then you will like this option.

Ecological situation

Tyumen has 9 large industrial centers – the main sources of pollution. The distribution of emissions is affected by the wind rose (a diagram that shows the distribution of winds of various directions for a month, season, year.) Pollution is transferred mainly to the northeast from the southwestern regions. Therefore, it is better to settle away from the north-eastern part of the city.

Important: due to the fact that industrial enterprises are scattered, the plume of pollution somehow ends up in all districts of the city.

Thus, the best areas of Tyumen for life from the point of view of ecology are located in the eastern part of the city, for example, Gilevskaya grove, Zaikovo, Lesobaza, and in the northwestern – Babarynki, DOK. On the contrary, it is better not to buy real estate for permanent residence near Zatyumensky Park: several industrial enterprises are located in the immediate vicinity.

Noise pollution

The quietest are the remote sleeping areas of Tyumen. For example, Tarmany is a cozy green area next to the large park named after Gagarin, which is a large birch grove. The Cape and Lesobaza areas are also suitable for lovers of a quiet life.

Connoisseurs of silence also have a good life in the Dom Oborony microdistrict, but only for those whose houses are located far from the overloaded highway to the DOK area. Residents of houses near a major highway hear noise from morning until late at night. However, the residents of 50 Years of October Street were even less fortunate – they are forced to hear noise from cars and trucks passing under the windows almost around the clock.

Housing near the railway is not the best option for those who like to enjoy the silence. You can verify this by talking with the residents of Mayak or 50 Years of the Komsomol Street – they are used to relaxing at home to the noise of passing trains.

If you choose the best area of ​​Tyumen for living according to the “silence” factor, Voinovka will definitely not be included in the rating: here you will regularly hear not only the roar of trains, but also the negotiations of the workstations through the loudspeaker.

Cost of housing

Considering which districts in Tyumen are the best for living, one should not forget about the price of housing.

Housing in the center of Tyumen is expensive, this is due not only to the location, but also to the format of real estate, among the new buildings in the Central District you will not find economy class houses – only business and comfort.

Above average price tag for apartments in the Tyumen microdistrict and MZhK.

You can find more affordable housing in the microdistricts of Vatutina, Lesobaza, DOK, Plekhanovo, Tarmany, Matmasy, Mys, MMS, Tyumenskaya Sloboda.

What district of Tyumen is still better for living

Do not forget that any review of Tyumen’s districts is rather subjective. Each person has their own priorities in the criteria for choosing a district, therefore, there is no unequivocal answer to the question “which areas in Tyumen are better for living”. Rather, it’s more important to decide which factors matter most to you.

If you are thinking about changing the area for permanent residence, we also advise you to consider the option of country living and read our article “Which is better to buy: an apartment or a house?”

The best areas to buy a home in Dubai

The demand for housing in Dubai is growing every month – both due to the natural increase in the population, and thanks to the interest from foreigners. Every year the emirate attracts more and more property buyers. In this article, we will tell you in which areas it is better to buy housing for living, and in which – for renting out, as well as about the places with the most inexpensive housing.

  • Why Dubai is so attractive
  • Best neighborhoods to live in
  • Best areas for investment
  • Most accessible areas

Why Dubai is so attractive

There are many reasons why Dubai has become an attractive place to buy property and live. It has a warm climate and the sea, a high standard of living and low crime, modern infrastructure, favorable tax policy, a developed cultural and professional life (for example, Expo 2020), competitive prices compared to other global metropolitan areas and high profitability from renting real estate.

It is believed that Dubai is an extremely elite place. Actually it is not. Firstly, Dubai is far from the leader in the cost of “elite” in the world; secondly, there are many relatively affordable offers on the territory of the emirate.

Naturally, the location plays a significant role in the price formation of the object. At the same time, the requirements for the location of housing from the investor and the final owner may differ significantly. Therefore, for convenience, the districts of Dubai are conditionally divided into three groups:

  • best areas for living;
  • best areas for investment in housing;
  • the most affordable apartments

Let’s talk about each of them in more detail.

The best areas for living

Among the key parameters for evaluating the areas in this list are the type of development, the affordability of housing, the availability of social and entertainment infrastructure, transport accessibility, dense population, proximity to water, the environmental component, and the development vector of the area.

So, the following locations can be named among the best areas for living in Dubai.

Dubai Marina

An up-and-coming development around a man-made bay in the west of the city and one of the most luxurious marinas in the world. The area has a tram line, a shopping center “Marina Mall” and two metro stations. The area is bordered by Knowledge Village and the alluvial island of Palm Jumeirah.

The project is implemented by Emaar Properties. Upon completion, there should be more than 200 skyscrapers, including several buildings over 300 meters high (The Marina Torch, Cayan Tower, Princess Tower). At present, the population of the district is about 55 thousand people, the prospect of growth is up to 120 thousand inhabitants.

Downtown Dubai

Large mixed-use area. It is here that the main attractions of the city are located: the tallest building in the world Burj Khalifa, the largest shopping center Dubai Mall and the musical fountain The Dubai Fountain. The quarter covers an area of ​​2 sq. km and is located along the Sheikh Zayed Road.

Significant projects include the 58-story skyscraper housing the Burj Royale apartments, as well as the residential towers Emaar Boulevard, The Residences, South Ridge, Grande and Il Primo Towers. The Old Town and The Old Town Island projects mainly consist of low-rise residential developments.

More than 13 thousand people live in the district.

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Palm Jumeirah

The artificial island, created by the Nakheel development company, is one of the emirate’s calling cards and a long-term leader in the ratings of places to live in Dubai. The Palm Jumeirah is part of a larger series of developments called the Palm Islands, which also includes Palm Jebel Ali and Palm Deira. The island is made in the form of a palm tree, consisting of a “trunk”, 16 “leaves” and an 11-kilometer crescent surrounding the island, which serves as a breakwater. The island is connected to the mainland by a 300-meter bridge, and the breakwater is connected to the top of the palm tree by an underwater tunnel. There are more than 4,500 properties on the island, as well as hotels and shops. Currently, about 10 thousand people live there.

The cost of affordable housing on the island varies from 6 to 365 million AED (from $1. 6 million to $99.4 million).

City Walk

City Walk is an urban area in Dubai that is home to residential, dining, shopping and entertainment venues. The area is relatively new, its development began in 2011. It is a central part of the Jumeirah community.

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Al-Qudra Road

Al-Qudra is located on the outskirts of the metropolis, but it is convenient, quiet and peaceful, which is appreciated by many buyers. The main residents of the area are students and young families.

Business Bay

The opposite of Al Qudra is Dubai’s Business Bay CBD, a modern neighborhood full of skyscrapers. Some residential projects in the quarter are still under development, and this is the best time for investors. It is expected that after the construction is completed, the population of the district will be about 190 thousand people. A significant part of the residents are expats.

Arabian Ranches

Luxury residential complex opened in 2004. The residential core of the first stage consists of more than 4,000 villas and townhouses. The second phase, introduced in 2012, includes more than 1,720 themed villas and townhouses. Launched in 2019year the last stage of the project consists only of townhouses. On the territory there is a golf club, equestrian and polo club, a park with a boulevard and other infrastructure.

Jumeirah Village Circle

The neighborhood has over 2,000 units and is extremely diverse. There are both low-rise buildings (townhouses, apartments, villas) and apartments in skyscrapers. Residential blocks are united by parks, canals and developed infrastructure. Close proximity to New Dubai hubs such as Dubai Marina and JLT allows you to quickly get to other parts of the city.

Bluewaters Residences by Meraas

Bluewaters Residences by Meraas has almost 700 apartments (one, two, three or four bedrooms), 17 townhouses and four penthouses. Residents enjoy views of the city’s coastline and skyline, as well as the world’s tallest Ferris wheel, the Dubai Eye.

Other residential areas include Madinat Jumeirah Living, The Springs Dubai, Jumeirah Lake Tower (JLT), Port De La Mer, Emaar Beachfront, Emaar South and Dubai Hills Estate.

Best Investment Areas

Analysts estimate that rental income in Dubai is growing at 5-9% per year, while prices are far from record-breaking. In addition, buyers of real estate in the emirate do not have to pay stamp duty and property tax, which makes transactions even more attractive.

According to the Property Monitor Index, the most profitable areas for real estate investment in Dubai are International City, Dubai Studio City, Discovery Gardens, Dubai Production City, Liwan and Remraam. The most expensive regions to buy villas and apartments are Palm Jumeirah, Mohammed Bin Rashid City Town, Jumeirah Islands, Dubai Creek Harbor, City Walk and Downtown Dubai.

According to the portal, the list of popular areas with the best rental yields in Dubai is as follows: m — $2146.

Construction of the district on an area of ​​870 hectares began in 2005. It now includes more than 350 apartment buildings and townhouses for approximately 25,000 people, but in the future, the population may grow to 300,000.

The average rental yield in Jumeirah Village Circle is 6.21% for an apartment and villas. The average selling price of a villa is 2.2 million AED (about $600,000), an apartment is 850,000 AED ($231,500).

Downtown Dubai – rental income – 5.4%, average price of 1 sq. m — $3978.

The average apartment rental yield here is 5.43%, the average sale price is just over 2.1 million AED ($572,000). Due to its attractions, the area is popular with tourists, making it a great place to invest in short-term property.

Palm Jumeirah – rental income – 5.3%, average price of 1 sq. m — $3538.

Palm Jumeirah’s average gross rental yield is 5.3% for apartments and 3.4% for houses with a yard. The average sale price of an apartment is 3.4 million AED ($926 thousand), houses with a plot – 18.5 million AED ($5 million). This is one of the most expensive areas in Dubai.

Business Bay – rental income – 5.3%, average price per 1 sq. m — $3440.

The average yield from renting an apartment in Business Bay is 5.3%, the average sale price is 1.9 million AED ($517,000). With many job opportunities, the area boasts excellent returns for both long term and short term rental investment.

City Walk – rental income – 5.2%, average price per 1 sq. m — $4065.

City Walk’s average apartment rental yield is 5.25%, placing the area’s real estate in the middle of the list of profitable investments. This is the second most expensive area in Dubai with an average apartment sale price of just under AED 3.2 million ($872,000).

Dubai Marina – rental income – 4.8%, average price per 1 sq. m – $ 3182.

The average yield from renting an apartment here is 6.3%, which makes the area one of the best in this indicator. The sale price of the apartments is approximately 1.6 million AED ($436,000).

Jumeirah Beach Residence – rental income – 3.7%, average price of 1 sq. m – $ 3745.

Dubai Properties started in 2002 and completed in 2010 a project to develop a 1.7 km waterfront site on the coast of the Persian Gulf. In fact, JBR is part of the Dubai Marina area. This is the largest single-phase residential complex in the world, consisting of 40 towers (35 residential and 5 hotels). JBR can accommodate about 15,000 people. The project has almost 7 thousand apartments, from studios with an area of ​​84 sq. m to 510-meter penthouses.

Jumeirah Beach Residence has an average rental yield of around 4.8%. Partly because it is the sixth most expensive area to buy property in Dubai, with an average apartment sale price of just under AED 2.4 million ($650,000).

The most accessible areas

Dubai is primarily famous for its luxury housing, but there are also cheaper residential areas in the emirate. For example, with an annual rental budget of 100 thousand AED (about $27. 2 thousand), you can rent a one-bedroom apartment in Jumeirah, while a similar facility in the International Media Production Zone will cost half the budget. You can buy liquid real estate in Dubai with a budget of $150-200 thousand.

Property in Dubai falls into two main categories: freehold property and freehold property. The latter is often the most profitable for tenants. For example, freehold areas with less commercial development will be noticeably cheaper.

Here is a list of affordable Dubai areas for living:

Mohammed Bin Rashid (MBR City)

A kind of “city within a city” is being built a ten-minute drive from the Burj Khalifa skyscraper. The Crystal Lagoon, an artificial reservoir with beaches, has already been partially launched there. In this area, you can buy an apartment at a price of $150,000. For example, a studio with an area of ​​29sq. m in the building at the final stage of construction will cost about $ 166 thousand.

Al Furjan

Young area in the southern part of Dubai, next to the Jumeirah Village project. It is dominated by low-rise buildings, a lot of infrastructure for families with children, good transport security. The coast is about 20 minutes drive. Among the available options is a ready-made one-bedroom apartment of 73 sq. m for $216 thousand

Dubai South (former Dubai World Central)

One of the largest urban development projects located near Al Maktoum Airport and Expo 2020 pavilions. The area is designed for 1 million inhabitants and is actively built up. There is a metro station. A small studio can be found there for as low as $100,000. feet (4.6 sq. km). It has a developed infrastructure and good transport accessibility. In fact, the area consists of three residential complexes, namely Canal Residence, Victory Heights and Gallery Villas, the space of each of which is organized differently. Real estate prices in Sports City range from 95 thousand to 2.5 million AED (from $25.9 thousand to $680.7 thousand), depending on the type of housing, its location and other conditions.

Alaya Gardens residential complex near Sports City (Houserach)

Dubai International City

“International City”, which began to be developed in 2002, is designed as ten clusters bearing the names of different countries: China, England, France, Persia , Greece, Russia, Spain, Morocco, Italy and Emirates. As expected, upon completion of the project, more than 60 thousand people will be able to live on an area of ​​800 hectares. The development is predominantly mid-rise, with studios and small apartments. The quarter is located in the Al-Warsan area, in close proximity to the international airport.

Dubai Investments Park

Business district with industrial and residential development covers 2300 hectares. This is one of the popular areas of Dubai for living and investment in the budget segment. It is located just a few minutes from the international airport and has access to the main highways of the city.

Dubai Silicon Oasis

A fast growing area of ​​villas and apartments located 15 minutes from the airport and is a suburb “hidden” in the heart of the metropolis.