Dubai-based developer Damac Properties is offering deals on villa at three venues across the emirate, but they are restricted to UAE nationals
Dubai developer Damac is offering an exclusive discount on various homes – but only for United Arab Emirate nationals.
Damac Properties will be offering luxury four bedroom villas at AKOYA Oxygen for AED2.22million tomorrow, Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 September, in three venues across the emirate.
“UAE Nationals will be able to take advantage of preferential prices and payment plans on luxury villas at Damac’s AKOYA Oxygen master development, luxury apartments in AKOYA by Damac, and luxury apartments in the Burj and Al Maktoum International Airport areas,” the company says, without detailing the discount on offer.
Managing Director, Ziad El Chaar, says, “We are pleased to invite UAE nationals to come and learn more about the luxury living experiences in AKOYA Oxygen and other DAMAC projects and are happy to offer them these special rates and terms.”
The events will be hosted at the JW Marriott Marquis hotel in Dubai, the Intercontinental in Abu Dhabi and the Hilton Hotel in Al Ain from 2pm -10pm on Saturday and Sunday.
AKOYA Oxygen is a 55million square foot master development in Dubailand with more than half of the community designated to green, fresh, open spaces. The project includes parks and gardens, an organic market and a high-end wellness centre – a first in the Middle East.
AKOYA by Damac is described as the ‘Beverly Hills of Dubai’. The iconic gated community features opulent villas and apartments located around the Trump International Golf Course and 400,000 square metres of lush green parkland.
Both developments will be home to an 18-hole, championship standard, golf course, which will be managed by the Trump Organisation.
“Dubai is set on a stable growth pattern and the response to AKOYA Oxygen and our full luxury portfolio is testament to that.”
Damac announced at last week’s Cityscape show that it has broken ground on the 1,250-room The Paramount Hotel in Business Bay, in collaboration with Paramount Hotels & Resorts, which will create the third largest hotel in Dubai.
By Adrian Bishop, Editor, OPP Connect