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Construction start for Ellington's Wilton Park homes in MBR City

Wilton Park Residences' launch marks Ellington's second property in MBR City, and follows 2017's Wilton Terraces scheme

Construction work has started on Wilton Park Residences.
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Construction work has started on Wilton Park Residences.

Dubai-based property developer Ellington has broken ground on its Wilton Park Residences project, located within the multibillion dollar Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum City (MBR City).

Wilton Park Residences marks Ellington’s second scheme in Dubai’s MBR City, and follows Wilton Terraces, which was launched in 2017.

Robert Booth, managing director of Ellington, broke ground on the project, alongside the company's head of marketing and broker channel, Paula Wehbeh Gambrell, and its senior manager for interior design, Laura Bielecki.

Commenting on the project, Booth said the scheme would be surrounded by parklands and green areas.

Landscaping is a key element of homes within MBR City, where Sobha Group, led by Indian-origin business giant PNC Menon, is also developing residences within its $2.5bn (AED9.1bn) Sobha Hartland megaproject. 

Ellington, meanwhile, handed over 188 homes as part of its Belgravia 2 project in February. The one- and two-bedroom apartment project, which also comprises private townhouses, is located in Dubai’s Jumeirah Village Circle (JVC) neighbourhood.

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