Thursday, June 8, 2017

Vincitore Real Estate unveils second project in Dubai

UAE-based Vincitore Real Estate Development has announced the launch of its second project in Dubai, following the success of its flagship property Vincitore Palacio, which was launched within the Al Barsha south master-planned Arjan district in the emirate last year. 

The new project, Vincitore Boulevard, will span over 173,337 sq ft in the same district. The building boasts 216 residential apartments including plush studios and ensuite one-bedroom units besides 30 boutique retail outlets. 

It was designed by celebrity architects inspired by a fusion of European and Emirati designs to create an iconic property offering versatility, comfort and luxury living.

Vincitore Real Estate Development said the project was expected to become operational by April 2019. 

Delivering quality, style and functionality, tailored to clients with a taste for elegance as well as market value, Vincitore Boulevard offers convenient access to parks, schools, clinics, shopping centres and restaurants, providing prospective owners with the most comfortable living experience possible, it stated.

Vijay Doshi, the managing director of Vincitore Real Estate Development, said: "Demand for quality-driven residences remains a top priority for property buyers. It is very essential that properties are built with precision and excellence because that is the mark of a truly valuable property."

"This is the kind of property development that we would like to offer and contribute to the growth of Dubai as one of the world’s most sustainable cities," he explained. 

According to him, each residence at Vincitore’s second branded project offers impressive living spaces and state-of-the-art technology, incorporated in the layout with sophistication. 

The development also offers an unmatched blend of amenities and services such as infinity pools, a wave pool, a modern gymnasium, a library and podium gardens that set the tone of its signature ambiance. 

For a starting price of Dh555,000 ($151,094) inclusive of a post-handover payment plan, the project makes it more financially viable for discerning homeowners looking to buy an apartment in the emirate, remarked Doshi.

Dubai, he stated, has been continuously developing legislations to improve the sector and the Real Estate Regulatory Agency (Rera) has been making strides towards implementing more regulations to control the way buildings are built such as the possible introduction of a mandatory building inspection procedures, which would ensure inspections are done before handover. 

"Vincitore is tapping into a niche market for its product while catering to a diverse multicultural client base," said Doshi.

"The company aims to continue catering the huge untapped Dubai market of branded high quality real estate at affordable price and lucrative post-handover payment plans," he added. -TradeArabia News Service

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