Bellevue Towers launch sells out on strong demand

Bellevue Towers launch sells out on strong demand

Released inventory sells out on launch day as Bellevue Towers development comes to market

Dubai, UAE – 5 June 2016: Dubai Properties (DP), a leading Dubai-based real estate master developer and manager, has announced the successful launch of Bellevue Towers, with all the units released for sale selling out on the first day of sales on Saturday 4 June.

A two-tower development located in the heart of Business Bay, Bellevue Towers offers some of Dubai’s most coveted views and its launch had been eagerly anticipated by buyers. Around 100 units were reserved by buyers in the first tower on launch day, ranging from one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments to three-bedroom penthouses and lofts. As a consequence of this strong demand, the launch of the second phase of units at Bellevue Towers has been brought forward and will begin immediately.

Marwan Al Kindi, Executive Director – Sales & Sales Operations said: “The popularity of Bellevue Towers clearly demonstrates that high quality, well-located developments that are attractively priced, prove to be a winning combination for buyers and investors. Bellevue Towers is going to be one of the most desirable and sought-after addresses in Dubai in one of the city’s most vibrant residential destinations, offering value pricing at the heart of the city. Bellevue Towers is another illustration of a development that meets a clear market requirement for high-quality residential property at reasonable price points.”

Bellevue Towers is close to the waterfront of Marasi Business Bay and offers direct views of Burj Khalifa. Extensive amenities in the development are to include gym, pool and children’s pool, playground, and a landscaped podium terrace area. The development is scheduled to complete in 2019.


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