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Dubai’s Sanctuary Falls to start handover of villas in Q4

Jumeirah Golf Estates community has attracted a host of high profile residents including Bollywood celebrities

Dubai’s Sanctuary Falls to start handover of villas in Q4
The 97-villa luxury community is located in Jumeirah Golf Estates and being built by Arabtec Construction

Dubai developer Shaikh Holdings has confirmed it
will begin handover of properties at its Sanctuary Falls villa project in the fourth
quarter of 2014.

The 97-villa luxury community is located in
Jumeirah Golf Estates and being built by Arabtec Construction.

Imran Shaikh, CEO of Shaikh Holdings commented: “Arabtec
has a distinguished track record of excellence and stands out as a leader in
delivering signature residential projects in the GCC. We strongly value our
relationship with Arabtec, and look forward to the completion and handover of
Sanctuary Falls”.

Sanctuary Falls allows buyers to fully customise
their floor plan with Shaikh Holdings’ bespoke villa team and the project has
attracted a host of high profile residents including Bollywood celebrities.

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Disgruntled 5 years ago

If Shaikh Holdings' lens for success is scaffolding and and a sprinkling of sand on Sanctuary Falls' roads then this article holds true. However, given that Q4 starts in two days, anything that an independent observer would deem to be 'success' or 'completion' appears utterly unachievable. Dissenters drive by the site and proffer a counter argument.