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Seven Tides unveils $350mn JLT project

DUBAI / Emirates Business

UAE-headquartered upscale residential, hospitality and commercial property developer Seven Tides has revealed plans for its first mixed-use development in Jumeirah Lakes Towers (JLT), in Dubai, with the launch of SE7EN CITY JLT.
The project, valued at AED1.3 billion ($350 million), consisting of 2,635 units, is already 15% complete and due for completion within 36 months. The development is spread over 3.5 million square feet and situated within Cluster Z in DMCC, opposite Montgomery and Emirates’ golf courses and the Emirates Hills community and its residential element consists of studio, one, two and three-bedroom apartments as well as a limited number of duplex apartments.
“SE7EN CITY JLT is designed to provide everything a resident might possibly want, with retail, entertainment, F&B outlets, a nursery, gym and a health club. However, when residents do venture outside, they’ll still be able to enjoy the urban vibe, with the excitement and fast-paced, hustle and bustle of city life, right on their doorstep.”
“In complete contrast, residents will also have the best of both worlds, with stunning panoramic views of Jumeirah Islands, the Montgomerie and Emirates Golf Courses, the Palm Jumeirah, Dubai Marina and Jumeirah Beach Residences,” said Abdulla Bin Sulayem, CEO, Seven Tides.
The striking design sits upon a common podium, which plays host to promenade restaurants overlooking a lake. The tower features gym, health club, infinity pool, children’s pool, a roof garden, cafes, other dining options, a large retail offering, covering 150,000sqft over three floors, which will include a hypermarket, car parking spaces totalling 2,699,
with an additional 620 spaces dedicated to retail parking.
All apartments come complete with high-end fittings and finishes, synonymous with the SE7EN brand and feature built-in wardrobes and branded white goods.

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