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‘Live Bluegrass Music for Small Businesses’

by Dubaiforum

Binghatti Developers, a prominent company based in the United Arab Emirates, has recently unveiled plans to introduce an expansive new development in the vibrant city of Dubai – Binghatti Hills. This ambitious project is set to encompass 1,666 residential units and 21 retail spaces, with architectural designs inspired by the natural contours of the surrounding landscape.

Situated in Dubai Science Park, in close proximity to Dubai Hills Estate, Binghatti Hills is poised to become a prominent fixture in the community. The development will offer a diverse selection of studios, as well as 1-2 bedroom apartments, catering to a wide range of preferences and needs. Starting from AED 1.1 million (USD 399,000) for a 1-bedroom residence, prospective buyers can take advantage of a T70/30 payment plan, with a 20% booking fee.

Binghatti Hills promises a plethora of luxurious amenities, including private pools and vibrant sky gardens seamlessly integrated into the architecture. The project’s meticulously designed amenity deck will also offer a myriad of personalized experiences and services for residents. From exclusive beach retreats and tranquil zen gardens to various sports fields, a pavilion, wellness center, and children’s playground, Binghatti Hills is designed to cater to every lifestyle whim.

With an emphasis on high investment potential and favorable purchase terms, Binghatti Developers presents Binghatti Hills as a premier residential complex in Dubai. The development is a testament to the company’s commitment to innovation, quality, and luxury living.

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