Victory Heights to handover 400th villa
Dubai, February 18, 2010
Developers of Victory Heights, a major golfing residential development within the heart of Dubai Sports City, will be handing over the community’s 400th villa in March.
The 961-unit luxury project is a Dh2.5 billion ($680 million) joint venture between Dubai Sports City and the Bahraini investment bank Arcapita, and surrounds the award-winning The Els Club golf course, designed by world champion golfer Ernie Els.
Already this year, 100 per cent of the villas in two of the development’s seven villages have been handed over to homeowners, who have praised the community for its green and peaceful surroundings, and location at the heart of the world’s first residential development dedicated to sports.
“This is a key milestone in the full completion of Victory Heights, and shows that we are moving ahead with delivery on our villas, despite last year’s economic downturn,” said Talal Chihabi, head or sales, marketing, PR, and customer relations at Victory Heights.
“Victory Heights is proving to be a much sought after place to live, with people moving from other villa communities in Dubai to take advantage of the beautifully landscaped environment, which offers plenty of green space and privacy for family life.”
“The community’s close proximity to the world-class sporting facilities of Dubai Sports City is also proving a big draw for people who enjoy leading an active lifestyle,” Chihabi added.
“There are jogging tracks around the development, as well as dedicated children’s play areas, and parks where we hold community events. Living here makes you feel as if you are a million miles away from the hustle and bustle of Dubai.”
Villas in the development are built in three different styles; authentic Spanish Andalusian, bold Mediterranean, and classic European styles, and cost between Dh800 ($218) and Dh1,300 ($354) per square foot to buy, a statement said. – TradeArabia News Service
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