Leading UAE developer Binghatti has announced early completion of three of its key residential projects in Jumeirah Village Circle (JVC) set up at a total investment of AED400 million ($108.9 million). 
Binghatti said it has also launched a number of additional projects in JVC including the Binghatti Luna; Binghatti Gate; Binghatti Jasmine and Binghatti Heights. This takes the total number of apartments launched in the JVC area to more than 1,500. 
All the projects have lavish common area facilities, health and fitness clubs and swimming pools, stated the developer.
"This achievement consolidates our vision in Binghatti which is to add value to Dubai’s real estate market by providing investors early delivery of projects along with multiple options for both owners and investors," said its CEO Engineer Muhammad BinGhatti. 
The CEO added that the delivery of these three projects reflects the continuation of Binghatti’s expansionist approach in Dubai’s real estate sector and fulfills the needs of their wide customer base (both local and foreign) and is a testament to growing demand for real estate in Dubai prime areas.
Binghatti has a more projects located in several key areas which it intends to launch in the very near future.
JVC is one of the most attractive residential areas for families, conveniently located in the heart of Dubai adjacent to Al Khail Road on side and Mohammed bin Zayed Road Street on the other.
There are also new access points through Hessa Street. The JVC extends on green spaces, provides a wide range of services and facilities, making it a significant destination in terms of real estate investment.
BinGhatti pointed out that with its prime location in Dubai, JVC continues to attract a diverse group of buyers who want to own prime propertiesat competitive prices, whilst enjoying ultra-modern lifestyle with easy transportation access into the heart of the emirate.
Binghatti Developers aspires to launch more projects in several regions this year to raise the value of its real estate portfolio in the Dubai market, he added.-TradeArabia News Service