Victory Heights is one of Dubai’s most sought-after communities and was developed by the Dubai Sports City LLC. There are almost a thousand premium villas in European Classical, Spanish Andalusian, and Mediterranean architectural designs.
Victory Heights can be considered the first large cottage village with a golf course in Dubai. And while some parts of the Arab Ranches and Lakes (Emirates Living) have villas with views of the golf course, their number is limited. Whereas in contrast, the entire Victory Heights master plan was built around the Ernie Els Golf course.
The community has developed and it was known as one of the most active communities in Dubai in 2011-2014. Today, Victory Heights is fully focused on end-users and has a high occupancy rate.
Victory Heights was built around the beautiful fairways of The Els Club, which offers a variety of holes suitable for beginners, intermediate and experienced golfers. The Sports Village offers world-class facilities for footballers and cricketers, as well as, a state-of-the-art fitness center, Fit Republik.
So whichever way you choose to live, everything is in place to help you live your healthiest life. Sports Village also has Kickers Sports Bar, where many regulars will argue about the most delicious chicken wings in the Emirate. If you are looking for some melt-in-the-mouth Angus, pop into the Big Easy, South Africa’s best steakhouse – at the Els Club. Here, you can also grab a delicious bowl of spicy ramen at 261 Restaurant.
Rich in playgrounds and green open spaces, Victory Heights is the perfect neighborhood for raising children. In addition to this:
Convenient location and quick access to most of the areas in Dubai, Dubai Sports City and Victory Heights offer convenient commuting options with direct access to Hessa Street, Al Hale Road, and Mohammad Bin Zayed Road. It’s also home to several international schools and kindergartens, making it an ideal place for families.
Accessibility to Victory Heights has improved significantly since Al Fay Road was opened. The community itself is less than a ten-minute drive from downtown Meisem and about a 20-minute drive from the Mall of the Emirates. It’s even connected to Dubai Sports City by bus. Some activities such as go-karting, track racing, and additional dining and shopping options can be enjoyed in neighboring communities.
In terms of retail activity, residents mostly rely on the Motor City retail strip which has a large Spinneys, many restaurants & cafes, a bank, pharmacies, kindergartens, and a bookstore.