Project is said to offer over 100,000sqft of wellness amenities
Vincitore Realty has said work is moving at a steady pace on its US $101m wellness project, The Vincitore Benessere, in Dubai. The wellness and luxury focused development is said to feature 380 branded residences and is expected to be delivered in Q2, 2023.
The project features a mix of units from studios to three-bedroom luxury apartments, all fitted with facilities and amenities suited for those seeking the ultimate integration of wellness and luxury lifestyle. The project is said to have been designed as a unique development that encompasses and supports major aspects of human wellness through extensive research, design and execution of fundamental principles of wellness in real estate like never before, the statement from the developer said.
It noted that Vincitore Benessere will be the first to include over 100,000sqft of luxurious wellness amenities on a leisure deck including an island gym, lagoon pool, meditation room, a Zen garden, a botanical garden, aromatherapy, a business lounge, soft jogging track, an all-sports terrain, and other facilities that encompass holistic wellbeing.
Wellness is a $4.5tn global industry according to the Global Wellness Institute (GWI). Billed as a leading authority on wellness worldwide, GWI believes that residential real estate is the next frontier that will be radically transformed by the wellness movement.
“As real estate developers, we build spaces where people spend 80% of their life, hence, we believe it’s our responsibility to ensure that the demand for health and wellness is incorporated in every aspect of their life from physical wellness, mental wellness, emotional wellbeing, spiritual wellness, work-life balance and more,” said Vir Doshi, director of Vincitore Realty who is also an ambassador from Dubai to the Global Wellness Institute.
As the world recovers from the pandemic, property developers, home owners and future property buyers have started to look at Wellness real estate and homes that are equipped with wellness amenities and features that can take care of their residents in the best- and worst-case scenarios, and offer them a better quality of life, the statement pointed out.
Commenting on the progress of construction, Doshi said it had reached an advanced stage and concluded, “Once complete, it will change homes and lives – giving people a way for a happy, healthy, and enjoyable lifestyle”.