NSCC takes Jumeirah Heights piling

NSCC has begun piling work on part of a new residential community being developed by Nakheel.

NSCC has begun piling work on part of a new residential community being developed by Nakheel. Jumeirah Heights is a self-contained project set across 200,000m2 of land located in 'new Dubai' between Jumeirah Islands and Jumeirah Lake Towers, off Sheikh Zayed Road.

"The development will be divided into three areas: The Village Centre, The Fronds and The Clusters," said a Nakheel spokesperson.

"Piling work began on The Fronds last month and Nakheel is in the process of awarding a number of contracts, including the tendering of the piling work for the Village Centre and the contract for The Clusters."

Jumeirah Heights is aimed at business professionals, young couples and families. The Village Centre contains two mid-rise buildings with 650 apartments and a variety of retail facilities including a supermarket, cafés, a bank and pharmacy. The two fronds will consist of mid-rise apartment buildings and 17 townhouses. The two clusters will each house three low-rise apartment buildings featuring two and three bedroom loft apartments with private gardens. The project will also include a clubhouse and leisure facilities such as a swimming pool, a gym and a children's play area.

"The key aim with Jumeirah Heights is to provide choice - both in terms of the variety of residences on offer and the financing options," said Mohammed bin Ghannam, senior manager, Jumeirah Heights.

The project is scheduled for completion in 2010.

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