CEO/ Chairman: Michael W. Vranos
Ellington Properties was founded in 2014, and is involved in with property development, design, marketing , land acquisition, finance, construction and sales. The company truly believes in its projects and works hard to bring them to life for their clients.
Ellington has launched its first Dubai off plan project Belgravia, which is a four storey tower in JVC. By the end of this year they will start handing homes over to clients the construction will be completed by December 2016. The project is estimated at Dh 200 million and contains 181 units of which 97% units are already sold out. The company has developed beautiful high quality homes, and this year announced its project pipeline of 14 new developments in Dubai.
The new developments will add over 2,200 residential units including townhouses, apartments and villas. Ellington is also coming with three other off plan projects such as Belgravia II which is residential building comprising of 188 studio, one, two, three bedroom units in Jumeirah Village Circle. Another upcoming Ellington Collection is DT 1, a 17 storey residential tower offering 130 studios, 1 to 4 bedroom apartments in Downtown Dubai.
All projects will be ready to welcome their first residents In the fourth quarter of this year.
Ellington has also decided its plan for affordable rental unit’s development programme comprises 10,000 units will be developed by 2020.
Another off plan project developed by Ellington is DT 1 located in Downtown Dubai. It covers the total area of 20,000 sq meters and ascends to 72 meters. It gives its residents the opportunity to be at the centre of cultural activities in Dubai.
RP Heights is another off plan property developed by Ellington, is an essential part of the Downtown Dubai skyline. It is a 50 storey tower where you can experiance the Downtown life. Residents of RP Heights can find an array of restaurants, lounges, clubs and cafes, close to the tower.
Ellington Properties off plan Projects
● DT 1
● RP Heights
● Palm Villas Jumeirah