Jumeirah Golf Estates says handovers to start in Q4

Greg Norman.

Greg Norman.

The real estate firm behind Dubai’s Jumeirah Golf Estates (JGE) residential development said that handover of properties is set to begin in the fourth quarter of this year.

The project is located along the emirate’s Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Road and overlooks two PGA standard golf courses designed by sporting legend Greg Norman.

JGE said that 160 three and four-bedroom villas at its Whispering Pines community would be delivered to owners in Q4, with a further 99 being handed over at neighbouring Flame Tree Ridge the following quarter.

Other communities within JGE, located between Green Community and Dubai Sports City, include Orange Lake, Fireside, Sienna Lakes, Sienna Views, Valencia Grove, Sanctuary Falls and Wildflower. Each one is set alongside one of two 18-hole golf courses, named Earth and Fire.

“There are 12 more upcoming communities surrounded by world-class golf courses which will firmly establish Dubai as a golfing haven and JGE as one of the region's most attractive sporting and leisure destinations. In a couple of months we expect to begin handover of Flame Tree Ridge to sustain the momentum of JGE's rise to fame in luxury residential golfing," commented Yousif Kazim, general manager, JGE.

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