Pacific sees Jumeirah projects on track
Dubai, February 6, 2013
Pacific Ventures, a key developer of commercial, residential, and mixed-use properties in the Middle East, is on track to complete its housing project in Dubai and will hand over the units by the first half of next year, said a senior official.
The two projects - Pacific Edmonton Elm and Pacific Residencia - are being developed by the company in the Jumeirah Village Triangle under the Tanmia scheme.
These two new properties are affordable solutions to residential housing complex with a committed delivery to investors in the first half of 2014, remarked Parvez Khan, the chairman and managing director.
Designed to be self-sustained, the Pacific Edmonton Elm and Pacific Residencia projects are located at a position close to international schools, community centers, sport complexes and shopping malls. Both projects are located between Emirates Road, Al Khail and Al Barsha, a convenient distance between the airport and downtown, he explained.
The upcoming projects of Pacific Ventures offer leisure facilities such as cafes, hyper markets, terrace swimming pools, spas and a well-rounded security.
A combination of beautiful landscaping, diverse facilities and brilliant architecture, Pacific Ventures provide a holistic living experience for the modern family who are here to experience the Dubai lifestyle and finesse, said Khan.
"The Pacific Edmonton Elm lavish sight for visual elegance comprising of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments with great views and character. A glimpse of the Elite Living would include amenities like a swimming pool, a ground floor restaurant and a recreational area," he stated.
The 'Pacific Residencia' on the other hand is an entry into a whole new world, remarked Khan.
"Rested on a great landscape and excellent planning, it assures an architecture basking in the glory of luxury and superior. It is an ideal residential complex for the modern and cosmopolitan urbane family," he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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