160 families move into DPG's Dubailand community
Dubai, November 30, 2010
Dubai Properties Group (DPG), a member of Dubai Holding, announced that 160 families have moved into The Villa Phase-I and Phase II, a Spanish Style residential retreat in the heart of Dubailand.
DPG recently announced the completion and commencement of handover of The Villa Phase-II, which comprises 219 Spanish-style villas in a serene residential community. The Villa, surrounded by desert landscape, is a tranquil and exclusive enclave off the Al Ain Highway.
To mark the occasion, DPG hosted a ‘Know Your Neighbour’ gathering for all Phase-1 and 2 home owners at The Villa.
“We are delighted to welcome 160 families to their new homes in The Villa. This extraordinary community complements our diverse real estate portfolio,” stated Khalid Al Malik, group chief executive, DPG.
DPG is planning to further enhance the community amenities at The Villa with additional landscaping, security, a local supermarket, retail facilities and children’s playgrounds.
Featuring 540 villas built over a 35 million sq ft area, The Villa is a prestigious community with plots ranging from 5,500 sq ft - 12,000 sq ft. The Spanish style villas feature architecture based on the legendary cities of Cordoba, Granada, Valencia, Marbella and Mallorca.-TradeArabia News Service
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