Jumeirah Park inhabitants who paid millions to get an apartment in the gated community state that their dreams have dashed to the ground as the Jumeirah park what they thought they will get actually has no park still.
consists of 2,700 villas (5, 4, 3 bedrooms) in the Dh3.6-Dh8 million price range. Occupiers in the community located next to Jumeirah Islands told that despite an initial master plan of the community revealing a park in some places nothing has popped up there is no lawn, no trees, no nothing.
Mentioning to her villa a resident Judith stated "Take a glance at this unwelcoming property, it was presumed to be a park. But it has allegedly been auctioned off by Nakheel to construct villas.
Judith further stated "There isn't any grass, no walking track, nothing whatsoever to imply it is a park.” I booked my villa for Dh4.9 million in 2008 when costs were peaking. After the economic downturn my apartment costs fell to Dh2.8 million. During which I continued to pay my EMI. After going right through so much trouble, the least you need is a decent place to dwell that seems and appears just like a residential community," she lamented.
While Judith was stepping in to her villa last Oct, pregnant English expatriate Kate had simply bought her four-bedroom apartment, hoping to elevate her child in a secure family surroundings. "I wanted an apartment right in front of the park. But where's the park? I had been hoping that this would function as the spot - but look at it today - there is nothing here. "In some months I am planning to take my baby someplace where she is able to play with several other kids," the dissatisfied English citizen stated.