Ellington Properties, Dubai’s design-led property developer, said it has achieved a major milestone with the topping out of its sixth residential development, Belgravia Heights I in Jumeirah Village Circle (JVC).
Strategically located in District 12 of JVC, one of Dubai’s most sought-after neighbourhoods and in easy proximity to the beaches, Belgravia Heights I boasts 155 units comprising studios and one- and two-bedroom apartments.
With bespoke interiors, stylish exteriors and beautifully landscaped gardens, Belgravia Heights I is designed to set new standards in understated elegance, said the Dubai developer.
Ellington Properties said the topping out ceremony signified the progress it had made in the construction of the project despite the challenges posed by the pandemic.
The event was attended by the officials of Aroma International Building Contracting, the project contractors, the consulting engineers from UAE-based Federal Engineering Consultants along with other senior officials.
Belgravia Heights I reflects the commitment of Ellington Properties to craft inspiring living spaces. The project’s dynamic design philosophy led by the new ‘Residential Movement’ provides the residents the option of personalising and creating a unique identity for their apartments.
Speaking on the occasion, Managing Director Joseph Thomas said: "As a boutique property developer in Dubai with a specialist focus on design, the topping out of Belgravia Heights I underlines our commitment to delivering high-quality properties with distinctive interior design that is both functional and aesthetically pleasing."
"Belgravia Heights I is an ideal combination of spectacular architecture and elegant design. In partnership with the world’s leading architects, project consultants, engineers, interior designers, and artists, we aim to introduce a new way of living that is unsurpassed," he stated.
Each apartment in Belgravia Heights I is inspired by the Scandinavian design ethos. With timeless grey palette and beautiful accents of white and warm beige tones, the look and feel invites minimalism, simplicity, and functionality, noted Thomas.
"The open kitchen has dove-grey quartz countertops, white subway tile splash backs, light oak wood-look upper cabinets, along with black hardware and integrated stainless-steel appliances," he explained.
The contemporary design features slender stone-clad fins drawing the observer’s eye vertically upwards from the podium to the top of the building. The concept ensures privacy between the balcony of each apartment.
Furthermore, the building’s vertical facades are countered with crisp horizontal breaks on key floors to balance the overall proportions. This accentuates the corners and creates a visual hierarchy.-TradeArabia News Service