DPG starts Dubailand villa handover
Dubai, February 15, 2010
Dubai Properties Group (DPG), a member of Dubai Holding, said it has started the delivery of 260 upscale Mediterranean villas at Al Waha, an exclusive freehold community within Dubailand.
Al Waha is situated close to both Emirates Road and Dubai Bypass, and within minutes of the retail and restaurant offerings at MotorCity, Sports City and Arabian Ranches. The Desert community is also in close proximity to the entertainment center of new Dubai.
Following the successful launch of the adjacent Layan community, Dubai Properties Group welcomed owners to a new development that provides a serene desert lifestyle with all the modern conveniences of city life, said a top official.
Khalid Al Malik, Group CEO of Dubai Properties Group said Al Waha was an important addition to its residential portfolio as it demonstrates the company's commitment to delivering a diverse range of communities in Dubai.
'We are always striving to introduce new and innovative real estate options that address the current market demand and Al Waha Villas is designed to meet the needs of the modern family. In addition, the community’s unique and appealing Mediterranean architecture is changing the desert landscape,' he noted.
The luxurious enclave of 260 villas at Al Waha features terracotta roofs, warm colors and cobbled driveways surrounded by tranquil desert landscape.
The community includes 80 ground level two bedroom villas from 1785 sq ft, 80 first floor villas from 1829 sq. ft, 50 three bedroom villas from 3483 sq. ft and 50 four bedroom villas from 3992 sq ft.
An exclusive gated community, Al Waha will feature round-the-clock security, a club house and community centre, with lush landscaping that will compliment the breathtaking colors of the Arabian Desert.
Dubai Properties Group has a diverse portfolio of residential, commercial and mixed-use developments including The Executive Towers at Business Bay, Jumeirah Beach Residence, The Villa, Layan and Remraam in Dubailand and Shorooq and Ghoroob in Mirdif.-TradeArabia News Service