Circular nature of development instils a sense of community spirit at Jumeirah Village Circle
Nestled between Al Barsha, Dubai Sports City and The Springs, Jumeirah Village Circle has been planned with a community in mind. The family-friendly development features streets that all link to a central community point, complete with lush green landscaping. With more than 2,000 villas, townhouses and apartments in Jumeirah Village Circle, the development is ideal for families, which are provided with schools, sports fields and other amenities such as mosques. Modern facilities are the forte of this development, all set to evoke village life with self-contained convenience.
Jumeirah Village Circle is linked to Hessa Street and Al Khail Road in the North-west and Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Road to the South; allowing quick access to Ibn Battuta mall and Mall of the Emirates, the Dubai Marina, beachfront and the Dubai World Central Al Maktoum International Airport.
Jumeirah Village Circle’s four bedroom villas feature three terraces (one a roof terrace), a garage with space for two cars, open living and dining areas designed with families in mind, spread over 3,655 square feet. Two of the bedrooms are furnished with en-suite facilities and a guest bathroom is situated on the ground floor; while easy access is provided to communal swimming pools. A number of apartment blocks offer studios, one, two and three bedroom properties – such as the low-rise Villa Myra and Villa Pera, which form the Villa Heights. Most apartment buildings host their own gyms, shared swimming pools and 24-hour security features.
2017 is set to bring with it the opening of the Circle Mall – a one million square foot development that will encompass department stores, 200 retail outlets, dining options and leisure activities such as a cinema. 2018 meanwhile will see the SKAI Viceroy hotel begin operations, equipping the area with its first five-star, 60-storey leisure destination including rooms, suites and residences. Jumeirah Village Circle will enjoy a total of 13 parks stretching over 2.9 million square feet, home to more than 6,000 palm trees and indigenous plants, two jogging tracks from 700 to 850 metres, a number of children’s play areas and shaded grassed areas perfect for picnics and leisure time.
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