6,200 Housing Units Launched at West Village Project in Dubai, UAE

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One of the largest real estate management and development companies in Dubai, Wasi Properties has launched 6,200 housing units in their new Al Qusais Project. The project, also known as West Village features 62 buildings with units that range from one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and three-bedroom homes as well as studio apartments. 

The new Al Qusais Project is a retail development as well as a residential project that is located in Al Qusais. The project is in close proximity to the Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Road making the area easily accessible. 

Al Qusais project features and amenities

The new Al Qusais Project is confirmed to include various amenities and facilities that include but are not limited to F&B outlets, a clinic, a supermarket, a community center that will be hosting a number of retail units, and a swimming pool and a gym. The project will be in a gated community that features a jogging track that is well over 1,7000 meters. There will also be a tennis court, a basketball court, a football field, a BBQ area, parks, an outdoor area that will include fitness equipment for adults as well as space for children to play, lush green landscaping, and a mosque. 

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The Al Qusais Project, also known as West Village is said to be delivered across a number of phases. Renting prices for the units will be from $5,450, approximately AED 20,000 for studios, and $8,174 which is approximately AED 30,000 for a one-bedroom apartment. As for a two-bedroom apartment, the price starts from $10,627 which is approximately AED 39,000 whereas for a three-bedroom apartment the price is $14,169 which is approximately AED 52,000.

This new launch stems from an analysis of market trends by Wasi Properties. The project aims to ensure they cater to the demand for housing units that attract different types of tenants with varying expectations, across the country.