Tower A of Golf Vita at Damac Hills topped off
Golf-themed residential tower comprises spacious one-, two-bedroom apartments
Damac Properties has announced the completion of the final floor slab of Tower A of Golf Vita, its upcoming 26-storey residential tower in the 42 million sqm master development Damac Hills.
The golf-themed residential tower, which comprises spacious one- and two-bedroom apartments, offers views of the Trump International Golf Club Dubai.†
The top 10 floors of Golf Vita, the Skyview Levels, feature exclusive luxury apartments with views of the green community. Golf Vita also features a host of world-class amenities such as a temperature-controlled swimming pool, state-of-the-art gymnasium, steam room and sauna.†
Niall McLoughlin, senior vice-president of Damac Properties, said: "Damac Hills, which is now home to over 6,000 residents, has evolved into a model for community living in Dubai, offering some of the most spectacular outdoors and life-enhancing amenities that bring residents together. In addition to providing a wholesome and active environment for residents, the community also offers some of the highest rental yields in Dubai, making it an ideal choice for investors looking for sustainable returns."
Residents of Golf Vita will also have access to the myriad of amenities at Damac Hills such as the 18-hole championship golf course, world-class dining, a four million sqm landscaped park, skatepark and a horse stable, among others.†
The topping-out of Golf Vita follows the November launch of High Gardens, a collection of limited-edition, ready-to-move-in terrace apartments at Damac Hills.
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