Wilton Park Residences is design-led developer’s second project in residential, leisure, retail and arts destination
Ellington, a Dubai-based, design-led property developer, has broken ground for its new residential project – Wilton Park Residences in Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum City (MBR City), it has been announced.
In a statement, the developer said that Wilton Park Residences is its second project in MBR City, having earlier launched Wilton Terraces to a strong investor response. The project will deliver a ‘serene lifestyle environment’ to investors, and will have parklands and green areas surrounding it, it added.
At a ceremony held at the project site, Robert Booth, managing director of Ellington, was joined by Paula Wehbeh Gambrell, head of Marketing & Broker Channel; Laura Bielecki, senior manager – Interior Design, and other senior management of the company for the ground-breaking ceremony.
“Wilton Park Residences is designed for people who value the finer things in life. With its central location in MBR City, the residential project will uphold all the exceptional standards that have established Ellington as one of the trusted and sought-after developers in Dubai,” Booth said.
“Inspired by nature and featuring design elements that borrow from the natural environment, Wilton Park Residences will be a serene getaway in the heart of the city. We are committed to delivering the project as per schedule, and with the ground-breaking ceremony, we have already commenced work through our partnership with established contractors.”
More details of Wilton Park Residences, including the masterplan, design aspects and other salient features will be announced in due course, he added.
Other properties in Ellington’s portfolio include Belgravia Square, which was launched in late 2018; Belgravia II, which was handed over recently; and Belgravia Heights II, which was launched in June 2018.
Ellington’s development portfolio includes DT1, which is located in close proximity to Downtown Dubai and Business Bay, and is scheduled for hand-over later this year.