Victory Heights project work on track
Dubai, September 8, 2010
Victory Heights, Dubai’s luxury golfing community, said the construction work on the first of its two community centres was moving ahead as planned and on target for an end-of-year opening.
Located in the heart of Dubai Sports City, the world’s first integrated sports city, Victory Heights redefines everyday living.
Once complete, the community centre will house a wide range of recreational facilities including swimming pools, children’s play areas, basketball courts and BBQ facilities, and will act as a key focal point for the development’s growing community which now numbers around 500 families, said a statement from Victory Heights.
The community centre build is part of the final stage of construction of the 961-unit phase one arm of the luxury project, which surrounds the award-winning The Els Club golf course, where 625 of the villas have been handed over to homeowners.
“We are pleased to announce that construction on our first community centre is moving ahead to plan and residents should be able to access all the fantastic amenities by the end of the year,' said Yasser Abdulrahman Al Raee, general manager of Victory Heights.
'We anticipate that the centre will become a central part of everyday life in Victory Heights, providing residents with a friendly, local venue where they can take part in a range of social and family activities,' he remarked.
The construction on the second community centre is due to start by the end of 2010 ensuring that recreational facilities are available and easily accessible to all Victory Heights’ current and future residents.
Villas in Victory Heights are being built in three different styles; authentic Spanish Andalusian, bold Mediterranean and classic European, with many boasting stunning views of the greens and lakes of The Els Club golf course which is also the site of The Butch Harmon School of Golf, Al Raee explained.
With the community lying at the heart of Dubai Sports City, residents are just five minutes drive away from the International Cricket Stadium where national and international cricket and football matches are played.
Dubai Sports City is also due to open five Sporting Academies offering world-class coaching to children of all ages in football, hockey, rugby, swimming, and cricket by the end of the year.-TradeArabia News Service