Danube Properties has unveiled its largest real estate project, Viewz, a set of twin high-rise towers that once complete will deliver apartments and Sky Villas, with a development value exceeding $381 million.
Launched in partnership with Jumeirah Lakes Towers’ (JLT) master developer, DMCC, the project will redefine luxury living through Aston Martin furnished interior common areas and amenities.
Customers will also be able to choose Aston Martin furnished interiors for their homes. This is the first luxury residential project by Danube Properties, marking the developer’s move into the high-end real estate development market.
Ahmed Bin Sulayem, executive chairman and CEO of DMCC, said: “JLT has grown to become one of the UAE’s most popular mixed-use communities, with the district providing everything that businesses, residents and visitors need to thrive. Viewz and its Aston Martin-furnished interiors add to JLT’s credentials, so we are glad to be working with Danube Properties to bring this iconic project to the community as we continue the growth of JLT.”
Once complete, Viewz will deliver studios, One-bedroom apartments, Two-bedroom flats, Three-bedroom flats and Sky Villas – or duplex homes – way above the sea level giving breathtaking views of Dubai’s cityscape from it’s JLT vantage point.
All 2-3 bedroom apartments and Sky Villas come with private swimming pools built-in into the homes. Prices of a studio apartment start from $258k with an option to upgrade to Aston Martin furnished interiors.
Viewz homes come with more than 40 facilities and amenities including a well-equipped health club and gymnasium, swimming pool, kids pool, open-air barbecue area, jogging track, tennis court, party hall, kids’ area, kids’ daycare/nanny on board, electric car charging point, shallow pool, kids pool, toddlers splash pad, jacuzzi and water lounge.
Unique features include a library, cigar room, Japanese garden, business centre with meeting space, doctor on call and rain showers. Residents will also have access to the range of retail, hospitality, leisure and F&B offerings spread across the 2 million square meter JLT district. Two sky bridges will connect the two iconic towers.