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We have been building homes and offices in the UAE for well over a decade now. Our name is synonymous with quality projects. At Prescott, we have a simple philosophy: we build you a home like we would for our own.

We cater to the client who seeks a quality home at an affordable price but without any compromise on quality. Our professional team will assist you with location and finance, so that your journey towards home ownership is smooth sailing. We commandeered the prime lots in Dubai’s most happening zip codes and have successfully built our portfolio of residential buildings in these multi-functional zones.

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Prime Views

Prime Views by Prescott is a contemporary residential development situated in the heart of Meydan Avenue. Located opposite to The Meydan Hotel, it is surrounded by the world-famous Meydan Racecourse and is within close proximity to Meydan One and Downtown Dubai.

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Dubai Expo 2020 To boost Dubai as a Brand

The event and the event itself is expected to attract over 20 million visitors that will in turn definitely boost up the foreign capital inflows and will also provide about 300,000

EMAAR properties gives access to Burj Khalifa defaulters

Emaar Properties , the developer of Burj Khalifa , the planet’s highest structure, has stated that apartment owners, including those who’ve defaulted in the support costs thanks, or their renters, have complete access to their apartments

Dubai Properties

(DP) has launched over 200 villas in its Mudon community in Dubailand.Villas in Rahat, the second phase of Mudon community, will consist of three, four and five bedroom units. The villas are priced from Dh3 million and available in plots range from 6,700 square feet to 10,000 square feet.

Dubai’s Jumeirah Group To Invest

The expansion will see an addition of 4,300 hotels rooms over the next three years, state news agency WAM reported.Dubai-based hotel operator Jumeirah Group will invest Dhs8 billion ($2.19 billion) to expand projects in 11 countries over the next three years, the official state news agency WAM reported on Friday.




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