DP begins villa handover in Mudon phase 2
Khaleej Times Staff Report/dubai
Filed on August 3, 2016
The handover in Dubailand community is scheduled for completion by October
Dubai Properties (DP) has announced that close to 400 units are being currently handed over to home owners in Phase 2 of Mudon, a community in Dubailand. The handover is scheduled for completion by October.
Abdulla Abushabib, senior executive director for customer care and government relations, DP, said: “We are excited to see Mudon flourish into a community that matches the cosmopolitan lifestyle, growing economy and progressive culture that makes Dubai one of the most attractive prospects for buyers coming from around the world. Since the handover of 398 units in Phase 1 in 2015, homeowners have enjoyed their Arabic-themed villas and the extensive community and sporting facilities that make Mudon one of the most preferred residential neighbourhoods in Dubai. With fantastic feedback from the residents in Phase 1, we are expecting similar results for Phase 2.”
Real estate portal Bayut.com has reported that Dubailand was the most popular neighbourhood among users looking for rental villas in H1 2016, with the area receiving a majority 9.7 per cent of all searches undertaken for Dubai rental villas on the website.
“A peaceful living environment with family-friendly community amenities, along with the overall quality of the design and build of the villas, was the key criteria when deciding where to invest in a home for our family,” said Serge Raould Tanga, who took over his villa in the Mudon in 2015. “Mudon ticked all the boxes as we instantly fell in love with the aesthetics of our villa and the community is situated close to town to easily commute to work,
while still being able to enjoy a lifestyle that complements the varied needs of all our family members.”
The residential area in Mudon is complemented by a 64,000 sq ft community centre that hosts a supermarket, swimming pool and gym, tennis court, a medical clinic, children’s nursery and playground, and a variety of retail outlets and restaurants. Residents will also soon be able to enjoy the 41-acre Mudon Central Park with cycle and jogging paths, as well as the educational offerings at the Gems school, which is currently under development.