DMCC, Ellington Properties launch residential project at JLT
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Dubai’s DMCC, Ellington Properties launch Dhs1.2bn residential development at JLT

Dubai’s DMCC, Ellington Properties launch Dhs1.2bn residential development at JLT

The project is due for completion by the beginning of 2026

DMCC and Ellington Properties launch 'Upper House' in JLT

Dubai Multi Commodities Centre (DMCC) and Ellington Properties have launched ‘Upper House”, a new Dhs1.2bn residential development at Jumeirah Lake Towers (JLT).

The project, Ellington Properties’ first residential development in JLT, is due for completion by the beginning of 2026.

Designed by Brewer Smith Brewer Group, Upper House will feature 754 units, including studios and one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments, offering residents views of Jumeirah Islands and the Dubai Marina skyline.


Upper House’s amenities

Amenities include a 37-metre horizon pool, an interactive fitness studio, a health club with a climbing wall, a yoga studio, a sky spa, and padel and basketball courts.

Ahmed Bin Sulayem, executive chairman and CEO of DMCC, said, “By serving its residents, supporting businesses, and creating unique experiences for visitors, JLT has become one of the most iconic mixed-use developments in the UAE. As we look to build upon this status in the years to come, it is crucial that we bring new and exciting projects to the district – this partnership with Ellington Properties delivers exactly that.”

Joseph Thomas, the co-founder of Ellington Properties, said, “We are excited to partner with DMCC to bring our signature high-quality residences to JLT. The vibrant neighbourhood will help to enhance the lifestyles of our Upper House residents, adding to our resort-like amenities and design-led homes.”

In recent news, DMCC has launched the E-Commerce Ecosystem, to boost the growth of the e-commerce sector across the MENA region. The new ecosystem is being launched in partnership with self-storage provider, The Box.

Read: DMCC launches e-commerce ecosystem, aims to support SMEs, targets $50bn regional market

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