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Further enhancing its leadership position in luxury hotel apartments, DAMAC Properties has announced the release of its latest luxury tower, Vantage, providing serviced living in 388 units in Jumeirah Village.
The 33-storey tower sits at the heart of this thriving new community, just five minutes from Arabian Ranches and six minutes from Emirates Hills. Work has already started on the project, which is expected to be completed by Q2 2017.
Units are on sale with a starting price of AED 625,100.
The studios, one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments, come fully-furnished with high-end kitchen fittings, furniture and stylish ceramics in addition to all the services you would expect from a luxury hotel.
Vantage also offers an elegant lobby with 24-hour valet service, round-the-clock reception and concierge, a café and global restaurant, a state-of-the-art gymnasium, health & fitness club, plush swimming pool and luxurious spa. The tower will be managed by DAMAC Hotels – the hospitality arm of DAMAC Properties.
“Vantage is a great investment project, in the centre of Dubai’s thriving, new community,” said Niall McLoughlin, Senior Vice President, DAMAC Properties. “Close enough to everything that is happening in Dubai, while set in a peaceful and harmonious community, Vantage provides the best way to take advantage of the growth of the real estate market in Dubai and secure an investment for the future.”
Jumeirah Village continues to gain in popularity and recently jumped to sixth in the rankings (Q1 2014) for the most searched location in Dubai by people looking to rent, and seventh for those looking to buy, through the real estate portal, propertyfinder.ae.
The location was described as being a ‘more viable and affordable option to live in than the more established villa communities and continue to enjoy interest with increasing infrastructure driving these areas to become bustling neighbourhoods featuring villas, jogging tracks, supermarkets and landscaped greenery.’