Damac launches luxury villas at Akoya projects
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Damac launches luxury villas at Akoya projects

Damac launches luxury villas at Akoya projects

Kensington Boutique Villas, at Akoya Oxygen, are priced from Dhs1.35m onwards

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Dubai developer Damac Properties has launched for sale luxury villas at both its Akoya projects.

Kensington Boutique Villas, priced from Dhs1.35m onwards, have been launched at its Akoya Oxygen project while Beverly Hills Boutique Villas have been unveiled at Akoya by Damac.

Featuring grand architecture and landscaped outdoor spaces, the Kensington Boutique Villas are available in different sizes and arrangements. They are fully serviced and furnished by Damac Maison.

The villas are located within the project’s golf community and offer views of the Trump World Golf Club.

Meanwhile Beverly Hills Boutique Villas at Akoya by Damac are also serviced and fully furnished units, offering views of the Trump International Golf Club.


The villas are expected to be completed this year.

Niall McLoughlin, senior vice president, Damac Properties, said: “Kensington Boutique Villas offer a serviced luxury living experience in the upcoming Akoya Oxygen community.

“Following the same concept, Beverly Hills Boutique Villas at Akoya by Damac are available in a variety of configurations and sizes. This unique collection of villas is complemented by one of the best golfing lifestyles in one of the most exclusive golf clubs in the emirate – the Trump International Golf Club, Dubai.”

The $6bn Akoya by Damac development features an 18-hole championship golf course – the Trump International Golf Club Dubai – and the project, spread across 42 million square feet, will include luxury residences, a clubhouse and restaurants.

The Akoya Oxygen project is spread across 55-million sqft and will feature an 19-hole golf course and what is claimed to be the emirate’s first tropical rainforest, luxury residences, healthy dining options, a fresh market, schools and nurseries.

In December, Damac confirmed that work on both the mega projects are progressing on track.

The company said it had awarded 15 major construction and consultancy contracts worth Dhs1.26bn between August and November 2016, with many of them related to projects in Akoya and Akoya Oxygen.

Read more: Damac says Trump International Golf Club on track to open in Q1 2017


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