Sunday, October 07, 2007

The Jumeirah Lake Towers at Dubai Marina

The Jumeirah Lake Towers is yet another development, situated across the Dubai Marina development, equally impressive in size, comprising high-rises that are scattered around the man-made lakes. The buildings depict a range of residential and commercial freehold properties, marking an extension of growing business community in Dubai.

Jumeirah Lake Towers
There will be a total of 87 towers, most of which are either under construction, or to be completed soon, and will be situated among four purpose built manmade landscaped gardens. Residents will get to catch a glimpse of newest part of Dubai, including the freehold communities like Emirates Living that are nearby.

The upcoming towers of the development include the Al Seef, Lake Plaza, Armada, Concorde Tower, Al Waleed, Dubai Arch, Dubai Gate, Falcon Tower, Flamingo, Fortune Executive, Fortune Tower, Global Lake, Goldcrest Views, Green Lakes towers, HDS Tower, Indigo, Laguna Tower, Lake City, Lake Shore Tower, Lake Terrace, Lake View, Madina Tower, Manchester Tower, Ocean Heights, Palladium, Saba Tower, Tamweel Tower, The Icon, Vista de Lago, Vue du Lac and Wind Tower.

Jumeirah Lake Tower aims to combine working and living in perfect harmony. All the buildings have good finishing, and offer the best in services and amenities. The commercial buyers can rest assured of excellent office accommodation that is hundred percent secure, and good services from the neighbouring facilities. Residents too, get to enjoy good amenities within their buildings, from swimming pools to gymnasiums, to saunas to conference centers.

A waterfront promenade surrounds the towers, where the working community and the residents get to enjoy an extensive range of outdoor restaurants and cafes all through the day and until late in the night. Retail outlets will also be easily available, to ensure all essential provisions are available on fingertips for the residents in the development.

1 comment:

David said...

Quite dissapointed with SABA Properties JLT (Formerly SABA Real Estate), http://www.saba-re.com, owned and managed by Behrouz Javaheri.

These are the issues with their Saba Tower 2 & 3 development in JLT:
1 - Delay in construction, project has been delayed by many months - each month they delay further
2 - Last minute price rises, the developer has been increasing the property prices per sq ft like a private seller would unethically minutes before signing the MOU to sell
3 - Saba Property Management, unresponsive and unhelpful. SPM are the official management company of Saba Towers, however they have not been efficient or helpful so far.
4 - Quality of the development - Saba advertise that they are building a 5 start residential building but the quality of the finish in the tower is not good. Paint is dirty, pipes are leaking, cracks are appearing etc.

Saba have a lot of questions to answer!